I’ve only seen this Alan Parsons Project video recently. It’s from 1977 and shows Mr Parsons running around a still new-looking National Theatre. For good measure there’s also a Univac Computer. Old computers and London’s South Bank: What’s not to love? Could any other AfterWorders suggest Old Music Videos Shot In Interesting Places.
My Mum has just got a new MacBook Air to replace the MacBook she got in 2009. And she got the MacBook because she moved to a retirement village with not enough room to accommodate her iMac, which she passed on to a friend of mine who promptly had a stroke and never used it.
So are these ancient artifacts, from 2006 and 2009 worth anything?
It seems criminal to consign them to an environmentally friendly death, but really, what use are they to anyone?
Hi guys, Happy New Year everybody. 2015 ended in a fatal computer crash for me, so I now find myself in front of a new computer running Windows 10 – I had XP on my old rusty bucket so the leap is rather huge! I’m slowly getting my head around how things work, but a few tips from seasoned Window 10 users would be much appreciated. Most importantly: what did they do to the WMP? It looks like a shitty i-Tunes, and the one CD I’ve ripped so far (just to find out how things worked, before I try to upload my old WMP library from an external memory) only displays as an album, without showing the individual tracks in a list, possibility to rate them etc. I tried to look for ways to change that but no luck. Is it because I ripped it in the wrong format? Because it was a trial run I didn’t bother to choose and went with the default settings, is that the problem? Is it possible to get the WMP to look like it did before?
Another annoyance is the red squiggly line appearing as I write anything (right this minute for instance) » Continue Reading.