|Earliest: July 28, 2003||Latest: November 11, 2018||Total: 114|
|July 1, 2004|
So over the next few weeks you should see a lot of new content in the Real Audio section. I have lots of sound bytes that I want to put up.
Some people want to know why I selected Real Audio as the audio format. In 1996 I purchased an audio package, Sound Edit Pro, and it included a Real Audio encoder. At the time Real Audio was the most popular format for streaming audio, so that's what I choose. With more people today using broadband, there's lots of choices of streaming media. So, I don't know how long I keep using Real Audio format, but for now, that's my choice.
|June 25, 2004|
He had a green Massachusetts license plate of 633 GYE. If this car is in your Insurance portfolio, you may want to reconsider your premium.
|May 3, 2004|
Some of the things I learned from this move:
|March 29, 2004|
There are several tasks that are associated in successful apartment hunting:
|January 1, 2004|
I was one of the millions that was in Boston celebrating first night. It was one of the better first nights since the temp was warmer than usual. I believe it was around 33 degrees.
The only glitch was that the Boston harbor fireworks didn't go off at midnight. This was confirmed with many people at the warf cheering a few moments before the fireworks went off. Overall is was pretty much an exciting night in Boston.
Tips for visiting First Night Boston:
|December 25, 2003|
This morning's midnight mass wasn't as crowded as it has been in the past, however most seats were taken up by 25 minutes prior to the start of services.
Concord Mass did have enough snow on the ground to be a white Christmas, or using the meteorology terminology, a partly white Christmas.
My website has been under heavy traffic this week due to a Quicktime posting of the controversial interview that Joe Namath did last Saturday. As of this evening, 775 people download the 1 minute interview. Which is amazing since I uploaded the video clip on Monday and the file size is 5.5 megs.
|December 24, 2003|
On Monday I encoded a one minute clip of ESPN's interview with Joe Namath, in which he appeared to be drunk. Google index my site within a few hours and the traffic increase about 50%!
Many people have asked how I encoded the video clip so quickly. It's a pretty complex process and I'll put together a development page sometime next week. In short, its a lot easier using a Macintosh and having Media Cleaner makes it easy. :)
I went to Walmart this morning to do some last minute shopping and was suprise to see the Supermarket next door was busier than Walmart. I am sure as the day goes on, more people will be in Walmart than the Supermarket.
Our family will be attending the midnight mass at Our Ladies Help of Christains in West Concord, Massachusetts. Also tonight WBZ has its annual best of sports during the 11pm sports segment.
|December 21, 2003|
Around the Natick and Framingham section of Route 9, traffic looked like Highway 101 in California during the dot com boom. Most of the traffic congestion centered around Shopper's World and the Natick Mall.
The Solomon Pond mall had an bomb scare around 2pm on Saturday and evacuated a parking area in front of the mall. The Mall itself wasn't evacuated.
Bomb scare puts a crimp in shopping
Just before 2 p.m., authorities ordered shoppers back inside J.C. Penney's.
Parking rows 28 through 30 were cordoned off with yellow tape in front of the department store.
Fire officials learned of a suspicious item in the J.C. Penney's parking lot early yesterday afternoon while responding to another matter at the mall, said Deputy Chief Robert Rennie.
While the worries over the item turned out to be a false alarm, shoppers were barred from going to their cars and eventually ordered back in the store while Marlborough and Berlin fire crews called the State Police Bomb Squad to help investigate the suspicious device.
|December 17, 2003|
AP Wire: A bald eagle soared into the sky Wednesday, a symbol of flight, as a poncho-clad crowd cheered the 100th anniversary of man's first powered, heavier-than-air flight. But a heavy downpour scuttled plans to re-enact the flight 100 years to the minute after the seminal event.
|September 2, 2003|