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Thanks. those are good points to consider. It may help to try the dance for those durations to make sure you are happy with it. I had thought of just stopping at the end of each song in the play list. I guess it could be nice to add a fade out and fade in plus a half minute break (or non-dance "music") between the songs, if people are getting a bit fancy. It does make sense that many of the guests will not want certain portions of the reception taking too long.
So last night I did something I didn't think I would do, I bought andownloadable album in MP3 format. Usually I prefer to buy losslessFLAC, but after a good show I tend to be inan acquisitive mood. The band was usingisongcard.com. The gimick is you give yourmoney to the band at the show and the give you a card with a code onit that allows you to download the album. I can see the attractionfrom the band's point of view: you actually make the sales, ratherthan a vague possibility that someone might go to your site later, andyou don't have to carry crates of CDs around with you. From aconsumer point of view, it is not quite as satisfying as carting off aCD, but maybe I am in the last generation that feels that way.
At first I thought this might have something to do with itunes, whichdiscouraged me because I have to borrow a computer (ok, borrow it frommy wife, downstairs, but still) in order to run Windows, to runitunes. But when I saw the self printed cards with hand-printed 16digit pin numbers, I thought there might be hope. And indeed, it turnsout to be quiteany-browser/any-OS-friendly. Idownloaded the songs using arora, andthey are ready to go. I have only two complaints (aside from the FLACthing).
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Q5. Brian You post songs for free download. Many people in are an uproar about "giving" their music away. But you have a different view on that. Please share your approach to the promotional value and fan building you were able to accomplish through these means.
I personally think that the current artists who are afraid of allowing people to download a few of their tracks for free are simply afraid of failure by having no one download their material. Nearly every known/signed act I've spoken with would love to make available a song or two for free. Sadly though, their outdated recording contracts don't allow it....yet.
I want to thank Ron and Kathy for sharing their story with us and wish Fisher good luck today with the (hopefully) final details of their hard fought label deal and look forward to following and sharing their continuing story of success and their relentless pursuit of their dream!
Well, just to summarise I think on the previous answers, you need to decide on what your requirements are because there are various options.Anyways, first you will need a host (where your website will physically be stored and other computers around the world will connect to) - and so you visit a host's website and it will list their various packages and options. Now the other key element is a domain name. On its own a host would have your website set up at an I.P. address like - which is not ideal. But the good news is that most hosts help you with the domain name registration process - and then once a domain name gets registered to your organisation the host will also help forward the DNS servers to their webservers i.e. Joe Public will type in www.yourdomain.com --> which will connect to a DNS server --> who has been set to forward the web broswer to (your webhost).So typically you will want a host to do all this for you - so you have to do some shopping around, and you'll start to know what to look for - you'll find some hosts can only register domain names with certain extentions like .info and .com - and you might want a .org.The other option as someone else mentioned is a free webserver, where typically they'll allocate you an address at and they might have to put (sometimes discrete) banners on your site - (I can think of a few already: tripod.com geocities etc).So to recap, you find a host that offers the package you want, you then go through the process of asking it for a certain domain name - all the good ones are taken, especially on the '.com' extension. So if the exact domain name is important you need to be prepared for that - you might have to go back to your collegues and say "sorry, we couldn't get georgebush.com" or "freetshirts.com" - and then you'll probably try "georgebush.tv" or "georgebush.info" or "georgebush.net" or "georgebush.biz" and so forth - until you've come up with something.Then your host will probably take a day or so to let you know if they managed to reserve the domain name, and set it all up - then they'll send you your account details - and these are typically your account details for the server you're hosted on.A few of the good hosts (e.g. startlogic.com among others) have a system where you can upload your own creations, or use their tools and templates to easily create your own if you have no experience and knowledge of html.Typically you'll be paying an annual fee for the domain name (through your host).And your host will charge you a monthly fee for the hosting services.< br/>If you fail to pay your annual domain fee you will lose the domain.I hope this has been of some help. One more thing: it may help to find a host from your country if it involves a foreign country domain name like co.uk or .net.us or .co.za and so forth - you'll find the major american hosts don't usually deal with those - but largely the American ones come in the cheapest and offer some nice packages.Good luck. Rfwoolf 16:30, 21 April 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]
There are various components in your computer that work together to show you the final effect. So, for one thing your computer is set to boot up with a certain loading screen where it will do a memory test and detect which harddrives are connected to it - it sets the display and so on. Technically at this point, you could have no hard drive in your machine and no Windows XP installed - and your computer would still show something when it started up. In other words if you you ever get NOTHING when you turn your computer on then you can forget about hard drive problems because then either your monitor isn't working (or plugged in), or the computer itself isn't running properly.But you said the worst it ever got was when it just said "press r" - so this indicates that the first few things are fine.The next problem is the monitor itself. The cord that connects from the monitor to your PC could not be in properly, or it could be faulty and damaged inside the cord - but if it's a good, solid cord that is screwed in nicely and your computer works good for a few minutes before you have any problems - then it doesn't sound like a monitor problem at all - it sounds like the hard drive.Before we move on to the hard drive, there's still a nother possibility: The graphics card. This technically counts as the "PC" not working properly - there's a card that's plugged into your mother board that your monitor plugs into. If the card isn't plugged in properly then you'd immediately get display propblems.My point so far has been that it doesn't sound like you've got a monitor problem - up to a point. It seems your monitor is fine for your computer to turn on, boot up, and get into Windows.So the next problem is the hard drive - which is where all the files and games and operating system are read from. If your hard drive fails completely your computer will boot up to a point where it will try look and detect which hard drives are connected and it simply won't find it. But hard drives usually don't fail completely. They normally work okay up but just have trouble reading some of the data on its disk.Anyways,in your case you need to try figure out which is failing: the monitor or the hard drive? If you are playing a game and it stalls and the screen goes black - but you listen on your headphones and you can hear that the game is still continuing normally - and you look at your keyboard and you can put the CAPS LOCK button light on and off (or the NumLock light on and off) then it seems like the computer hasn't stalled - then the problem is with the monitor (or the monitor settings).However, if the game stalls and the screen goes black but you hear no sound (or the sound is 'stuck') and the Caps Lock and Num Lock lights don't respond when you push them - then it seems like the computer has stalled. - this is usually because you have hard drive failure (the hard drive didn't read properly), or the Operating System crashed (it could be because there is an error in some of the files in the operating system or the operating system just can't handle whatever it was trying to do), or the game you were playing made the operating system crash and your computer stall.So you can try different settings on the game (settings that make your computer work less hard), or you can read up the help files for that game to see if other people are having the same problem, or you stop playing the game, - or if it's not a game then you look at re-installing the operating system, and if you still have a problem then it's probably the hard drive, or the operating system is just not properly compatible with your PC.To help you any further you're definitely going to have to provide more information please, such as what operating system you are running, when exactly does it show a message about having to connect to the internet, what games were crashing, and detailed explanations of all the errors.Good luck Rfwoolf 16:55, 21 April 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply] 2b1af7f3a8