June 30, 2007


by fluffy at 1:55 AM
Why does Logic Pro love to lose my instrument and channel strip settings? Especially on a song I haven't touched in a few months and of course can't remember what they were. GOD DAMNIT.

It seems to do this completely at random, and lots of my songs have had to get totally remastered as a result (usually because EXS24 decides to fuck up while I'm tuning the mix). And now the plus+5 version of Stronger Than, which I don't have a .wav version of anymore because of my own stupid shortsightedness many months ago, is completely hosed. Fuck.

June 27, 2007

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June 26, 2007

Where are they now? ()

by fluffy at 7:49 AM
Remember that insane guy I did contract work for back in 2004?


But the BCG partners sued each other and parted ways in September, each alleging the other owed money.
I'm pretty sure I know who owes who.

June 25, 2007

Thoughts about Zelda: Twilight Princess ()

by fluffy at 4:49 PM
Spoilers within.

June 20, 2007

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June 12, 2007

Why is the "gay bomb" news again? ()

by fluffy at 3:20 PM
Everyone's all atwitter with the gay bomb thing that was recently reported, except several news sources broke this story a year and a half ago. Has righteous indignation on the Internet gained much more critical mass since then?

June 10, 2007

Twilight Princess ()

by fluffy at 1:04 PM
Yesterday, finally started playing it in earnest. I'm glad I managed to get past the annoying fishing thing towards the beginning because very soon after it becomes really awesome.

Also, Midna is totally cute-hot.

June 9, 2007

June 6, 2007

More T-Mobile support silliness (, )

by fluffy at 12:42 PM
So, a few weeks ago, T-Mobile redesigned their billing site again. As a result of this change, I could no longer pay my T-Mobile bill via Safari. So of course I sent them an email to that effect, pointing out that it used to work in Safari and that it still works in Firefox, and it looked like a very simple Javascript error (they were URL-encoding the Javascript in the onClick handler). So of course I got this response from them: (in all of the emails I've trimmed out the dozens of times they use my first name in some attempt at coming across as more "personal")
we regret to inform you that our website has not been test with Mac OS X or the Safari browser. We strongly recommend using a supported browser such as Internet Explorer from a Windows computer. On a Windows computer using Internet Explorer please try to clear the cookies/temporary Internet files on your computer. To do this please follow the steps below.

1. Select Tools from the tool bar on your browser.
2. Select Internet Options.
3. When this window displays, select Delete Files, and delete all Offline Content.
4. Then, select Settings, and View Files.
5. A window will appear displaying all of your cookies/temporary Internet files. Hit Ctrl+A on your keyboard to highlight all of your files, and select Delete on the keyboard.
6. Return back to the regular Internet Options window, and select Clear History.

Once you have completed all of these steps, please close out all of your open windows of Internet Explorer. This step is important because the cookie/Internet File deletion will not take place until they are all closed. In addition, please make sure that your browser security settings are set to Medium. If you are still experiencing difficulties we recommend trying on a different computer.

June 4, 2007

In lieu of karaoke ()

by fluffy at 12:30 AM
Devin was under a lot of stress so she canceled karaoke this weekend, and since I got an acoustic pickup the other day I decided to record a song with it. (That's not the best performance I've done of that particular song but after 12 takes which got screwed up for stupid reasons I just wanted to get it done. I'll probably rerecord it again later.)

June 3, 2007

Bok choi ()

by fluffy at 3:59 PM
I keep forgetting how much I hate bok choi. Why do I keep putting it in stirfry?

June 1, 2007