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March 16, 2007 [ More archived home pages here ]

Path To iTunes Music Store

Today's song is Greatest Love Of All by Whitney Houston, released in 1986.

I discovered TuneCore yesterday. That company offers a service to independent music artists to help get their work on the iTunes Music Store for a very low cost. I took advantage of it immediately and uploaded fifteen of my favorite creations on an album named, Heart Of Digital Passages iTunes Music Album (shown above).

I am told that between now and June 7th, the music should appear on the iTunes store for the United States, UK, and Europe.

Update: As of June 20, 2007, my album is sold online at the iTunes Store.


This university is pulling all the PC's and going to Macs running Windows in virtual mode, as needed.


The psychology of raising children is discussed on Guy Kawasaki's page.


At last! A video to rebut the claims of Al Gore on Global Warming. We all live in this world together. We need the figure out what is true and what isn't before we start additionally tampering with the environment. Having both sides of this issue thought-out over the next twenty or so years is a good approach before implementing a proposed solution.


I close today's message with the following Digital Insight.

Cindy's Remedy (Created in June 2003)

Every once in a while, I meet someone about my age who has traveled many roads in life and is willing to quietly share their experiences with me. They usually approach me and start the discussion off by asking something of me.

Within a short time, more than 'small talk' is exchanged and we get to know each other. Maybe it's because we know we will never see each other again that we divulge personal wisdom.

Whatever the reason, this time it was a woman named, Cindy, who helped me through a rough day. I made this image for her -- and to a lesser extent, me. Using my own words, I quote a portion from that page's narration:

"Cindy has long black hair and a beautiful smile. She will listen to you intently and express herself clearly when it's her turn to speak. Cindy is a very sharing and caring person and I hope wherever she goes in life, she continues to share her Spirit."


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