For documentation, Softaculous is using WordPress and the Twenty Sixteen theme. Seems to work well.
Been drinking too much beer lately, two to three pints a day and putting back on the pounds which I just got off! Time for a break.
Jazz Scores and Analysis, Vol.1
by Rick Lawn
Full scores and in-depth analysis of contemporary, large ensemble works by six Grammy-nominated composers:
|Vince Mendoza||Bob Mintzer|
|Jim McNeely||John Hollenbeck|
|Darcy James Argue||John Fedchock|
If you didn’t set up bounce rules in phpList, you can still find most of the email addresses of the bounced emails by exporting the mailbox of the bounce folder and then opening it up in TextWrangler.
Open MBOX file in TextWrangler ->
Search: X-ListMember ->
Find All ->
Copy to new TextWrangler doc ->
Save as txt ->
Import into Excel
Get External Data ->
Import Text File ->
Then copy the email column and paste into TextWrangler, clean up (sort, delete duplicates). Copy/paste emails into phpList “Mass remove email addresses” (check box to also add the emails to the blacklist )
I had a restaurant gig in the early 1980s just when California cuisine was beginning to take off. We got dinners as part of our pay, and it was very good food. However, it seemed it was more about the presentation of the food, than it was about quantity. In other words, it was mostly plate. A baby carrot here, some sauce there, all nicely displayed but when you looked at what you were getting, it was mostly plate.
Change Zoom settings to external inputs and set built in mics to OFF
RCA to 1/4″ cables from cassette to Zoom
Set Zoom input settings to low
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Sometimes I need a “kick in the head” to learn something. Yesterday was that day.
I got lucky yesterday. Things could have gone wrong big time! So now I’m reflecting on the disaster that I somehow avoided and taking it as a sign that right now, TODAY!, change happens.