Titanic 3D is fantastic!

I saw Titanic 3D a couple of days ago and I must say I was simply astonished. I saw the original film when it came out and also on TV several times since, but seeing it in 3D on the big screen is another level altogether. Titanic was already a masterpiece, yet I had no idea just how much of the films detail I had missed until I saw it in 3D. I wouldn’t be surprised if more films from the past get re-released this way because frankly, it’s better, a lot better.

Dear Zenph studios…

I bought your re-recording of Glenn Gould’s ’55 Goldberg Variations (http://www.zenph.com/shop/glenn-gould-bach-the-goldberg-variations). First of all, it’s wonderful! What you have done is astonishing and far exceeds what I thought was possible. However, given that there’s his 1981 recording of the Goldberg to use as a model (http://www.amazon.com/Bach-Goldberg-Variations-Glenn-Gould/dp/B0000025PM), I wonder why your version wasn’t closer in regards to his preference for less reverb? Any chance for a drier, more Gould-like version? Thanks!

This too shall pass

We don’t live forever. For some, their work can survive and influence future generations for centuries (Da Vinci, Shakespeare, Bach), but not the person – they all died, as will we.

The older I get, the more I value time spent with my friends and family for I know one day, all relationships end. It’s just a fact of life. I’ve been very fortunate to have had the life I’ve had. I don’t take it for granted.