Monday, February 28, 2011

Brett Dennen - Sydney (I'll come running) - Can't get this tune out of my head

This is a pretty catchy pop tune.  I think that a collaboration with Matisyahu or another Reggae person would be super appropriate for this one!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Dead Island Trailer, I don't get the hype.....

More Dead Island Videos

What do you think?

Designers vs Programmers

I just read this a few moments ago and realized this is one of my personal issues.

"Your marketing department:

Developers tend to look at marketing people with an evil eye. They get a bad rap for asking for things that are hard to implement or that don’t seem logical. They’re looking at your product like a normal person would. Their motivation is to position, promote, and sell that product to other normal people."
 I'm curious as to what other folks think.  Is this like the Engineer and Architect argument?  I actually think that there may be some validity to this in kind of a left brain vs right brain type thing.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Robert Johnson Guitar Workshop with Scott Ainslie Thursday, April 14th, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

$35 for the workshop

Celebrating the centennial of Blues legend Robert Johnson’s birth (1911-1938), Archie Edwards Blues Heritage Foundation is sponsoring a guitar workshop by Johnson authority and Blues musician Scott Ainslie, author of Robert Johnson/At The Crossroads and video teacher on the instructional DVD, Robert Johnson/Signature Licks.

Son House said that Robert Johnson must have sold his soul to the Devil to learn to play guitar the way he ...did. You may have a better way.
On Thursday April 14th, between 7:00pm and 9:00pm, guitarists will have an alternative to staying up late at the cross roads: Johnson authority and Blues musician Scott Ainslie will present a master class on the evolution of Johnson’s guitar style and a hands-on workshop for guitarists on his guitar style and techniques.

Ainslie says, “We’ll look at Johnson’s guitar parts in various keys, in standard tuning, and in open tuning, including his basic slide technique. Participants should bring a slide that fits securely on their little finger and a small audio recorder, if desired.”

Cost for the workshop is $35. Register for the workshop by sending an email to