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David Bitterman
Works at Music and Media Production, Experimental Art, Motion Graphics, Eastern Religion, & Psychedelia.
Lived in Detroit
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So I have a new computer and wanted to install the Canon utilities for my T3i on it but I've misplaced the install CD. I contacted Canon and they want me to BUY a replacement utilities CD. I'm a registered owner of the camera which was purchased 6 months ago. Have you ever heard of buying $1000 piece of electronics from a reputable company and not being able to download the utilities from the manufacturer website, instead being asked to BUY the utilities? That sh*ts ridiculous. And it's not like they don't have downloads on the website. You can download updates but not the full versions, so if you have a new computer and misplace the CD you're screwed. That's really bad form.
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Apple pulls remaining Mac Pro stock from retail stores... new associated product numbers show up in inventory... overnight shifts planned for June 11/12.... Come here, go away, come here, go away, come here, go away. Will you make me love you one more time? I'm afraid to trust again but you're like crack to me, my love addiction.

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screw all this mountain lion/windows 8 let's ios the desktop shite. Doesn't anyone do more on their computer than play games and check their friends pictures out on facebook? Why the hell do we want the desktop to mimic mobile? I think monkeys are running things. Wait...
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It’s always extremely exciting and fulfilling to discover a new artist who is both talented and well versed (pun intended), and at the same time refreshing to listen to. Detroit hip hop exists as a veritable alchemical cauldron of lyricism, producing juggernauts like Elzhi and Eminem along with scores of other talented artists, many of whose names you may never know. The city’s music scene is fiercely competitive and the miserable local economy shows little love to all but a few artists. But every once in a while someone comes along with a style so unique, so ear catching, with that balance of traditional skill and innovative approach, that you can’t help noticing. SelfSays is such an artist. His lyrical reach is stellar, laying claim to the terrestrial and the astral, leaving no sacred cow unturned. His mouthy wordplay often leaves you scratching your head and wondering how he got all those words into one sentence without sounding contrived or pretentious. Indeed it’s the natural swagger and casual delivery of all this wordiness that lends Self such a likeable and down to earth presence. You feel like he could be telling jokes in your living room, or perhaps pontificating on the finer points of Detroit bath robe lounge culture with his sometimes collaborator Doc Waffles. Self is a man of the people, and the people should stand up and take notice, for another diamond in the rough is brought to you courtesy of the fine city of Detroit and it’s beautiful music scene.

http://www.originalfamily.com/selfsays-something-new-video
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Detroit techno label Blank Code delivers their latest podcast from midwest techno artist Ray Nicholes.

http://www.originalfamily.com/blank-code-podcast-058-ray-nicholes
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Is it the polar and stereoscopic nature of reality that causes systems to be funneled into two poles, two hemispheres, two parties, and yes, two operating systems? Why do I have to make so much compromise whatever system I choose? With Mac I get an os that just flows right, has great 'feng-shui', and is a pleasure to work with that I look forward to every day. But I also get limited hardware options dictated to me, limited customizability, the 'mac tax', and a tight lipped secret society nanny company assuring me that it knows what's best. With windows based pc's I get to choose my own hardware, buy my own parts, customize to my hearts content, and shop around, but I get a crappy design-by-committee os that wants to pop up 8 dialog boxes every time I sneeze, and hides related menu items in 12 different places in the os.
I spend more time with my operating system then with any other human in my life. I want to enjoy that relationship. It really reminds me of politics, where I can choose a party with good fiscal sense but horrible social policy, or one with great moral and ethical sense that can't actually execute any of it's plans well or understand their dollar and cents consequences. I know Linux is out there, but it's lack of broad support makes it useful to only certain specific fields of interest and influence, kind of like independent political parties. It all makes me want to tear my hair out. At least the left and right hand work together!!!
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Seriously, there's no Sort order in Gmail?

Shame on your Google. That's just pitiful.
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Dreamweaver people, I need help.

Here's my posting from the adobe forums:

I'm on a computer using 10.6.8, Snow Leopard and Dreamweaver CS5. When we apply a style of Times New Roman to the text, it remains in it's default state (sans serif). When we apply a font family style, including times and a default serif font, the font still appears sans serif. This makes it seem like dreamweaver thinks the font it has is times, or it would default down the font family chain. When we preview in the browser the correct times new roman font is used. I thought it might be all adobe apps, but photoshop and illustrator display times just fine. We've validated the font in font book, cleared up duplicate problems with other fonts in font book. We've used onyx to clear the font cache several times. After clearing the catch dreamweaver goes into some kind of font routine and takes about 15 minutes to get out of it. When I sample this process from activity monitor I see it running tons of font related routines. One time after this routine the correct times new roman font appeared! But after a program restart it disappeared again. Also, in my preferences font dialog (for choosing the application fonts) my font list abruptly stops after fonts starting with the letters "th" and resumes with three z fonts. I have a lot of fonts between this range, but they don't show up, leading me to believe some kind of bug in Dreamweaver is causing the lower portion of my font list to not load/initialize.

Can anyone help? Has anyone else encountered this problem?

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Wow, so I'm not just going crazy? I wonder if this is a bug they know about.
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After having my passport, plane ticket, and wallet stolen at the Delhi airport, I replaced all my documents in a whirlwind tour and made it out of India in 24 hours.
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