I love records but, as someone who studied electronics I've always found some of the pro-vinyl theorism nauseating to listen to. Lately, I've been hearing a lot of these folks talk about vinyl having a wider dynamic range than CDs. This article identifies so many of the vinyl positives that are driven by vinyl's limitations, and many of the CD's negatives that are driven by the CD's lack of limitations.
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Nirvana didn't kill hair metal, political correctness killed hair metal. Warrant wasn't fired from a cannon into the sun because of a collective freakout over Cherry Pie. If anyone killed hair metal it was Metallica and the fact that a lot of the big thrash bands and other genres were getting a lot more attention. Of course you can't ignore Garth Brooks and Billy Ray Cyrus dipping into rock's mainstream territory. Apparently, the whole Nirvana changed everything narrative is a pet-peeve of mine.
So it finally came down to Visio not being an option. My first reaction to this was to try something sad and simply sketch out all my screen designs in Word, which was in two words: eventually awful. Inkspace has been doing a good job for me. I wish I'd found it a year ago.