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OverviewThe Current SettingsApple TV Video SettingsApple TV Audio SettingsSony XBR-65X900C TV Video SettingsSony XBR-65X900C TV Audio SettingsiPhone Apple Music App SettingsApple TV’s Music App SettingsComputer Apple Music App’s SettingsGeneral TabPlayback TabArcana SettingsDigital Concert Hall App by the Berlin PhilharmonicImportant Take-AwaysOther Posts in This SeriesPost One: Setting Up the Apple TV 4K for Lossless Music and Dolby Atmos… Continue reading
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OverviewWhat a Difference a Cable MakesApple TV Video Settings Apple TV Audio Settings Sony XBR-65X900C TV Video Settings Sony XBR-65X900C TV Audio Settings iPhone Apple Music App Settings Apple TV’s Music App Settings Computer Apple Music App’s Settings General Tab Playback TabConclusionOther Posts in This SeriesPost One: Setting Up the Apple TV 4K for Lossless Music and… Continue reading
I’ve really grown to love the short movie memories Photos artificial intelligence creates from the tens of thousands of photos I’ve shot on my iPhones through the years. Their AI algorithms process through all of the photos, identify what the photo is, pick photos on a theme, and assembles them automatically. The algorithms do a surprisingly good job of picking… Continue reading
How quickly time goes by. I had no idea Sean Connery was 90 years old! I always liked his acting and the roles he would choose to play. I found this anecdote about him, from Wikipedia, interesting:
Connery’s first job was as a milkman in Edinburgh with St. Cuthbert’s Co-operative Society. In 2009, Connery recalled a conversation in a taxi:When… Continue reading
I️ really didn’t know what to expect when I️ decided to go see The Florida Project. The film’s description sounded a bit tedious to me, but it happened to be playing during the window of time I️ was free to see something, and it had the best Rotten Tomatoes score of any of the films at the nearby theater. I️… Continue reading
California Typewriter: 100% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. I didn’t know anything got 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. But California Typewriter did. And it’s well-deserved. My reflection, though a bit long, explains some of the reasons why!
My Digital Technology Prequel
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This never-ending, built from the ground up, cyclical process promises re-invented personal freedom, instant and… Continue reading
Perspective, point of view, is everything, isn’t it. Ideologically to be sure, but I’m speaking from a purely visual standpoint. For all of the visual information we perceive, we are really very constrained in what we experience through our eyes.
We almost always see things from the same height, in a limited color pallet (granted its millions of colors) compared… Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I watched Woman in Gold. I saw it on Netflix. I highly recommend this timely film, which is based on a true story.
The film is based on the true story of Maria Altmann, an elderly Jewish refugee living in Cheviot Hills, Los Angeles, who, together with her young lawyer, Randy Schoenberg [yes, grandson of… Continue reading
The weekend after the symphony concert on March 4th, Steve and I met up at LAX to drive down to Palm Springs for the world premier of A Very Sordid Wedding. We chose to drive because the flights from LAX to Palm Springs, though short, are insanely expensive. We now know why.
No matter what it costs, FLY! We were… Continue reading
I suppose most people do. Color is such a huge part of my selection process when picking anything out for purchase.
Last Friday I bought several short-sleeved shirts. Style and fabric mattered, but color was what first drew me to each shirt. I’ve often wished I could design the color patterns in my own clothes: create the fabric itself.
Most… Continue reading