Slightly (very) low audio.
to see those two,
the live’s and dead’s embalmer.
all as chirpings
of fresh-hatched birds.
and roll over
and get the fuck
out of my bed.
perhaps early primates
developed a lack of hair due to the
fire they harnessed; less fur, less
hair, less of a mane, and they would
survive in close proximity of
the open flame.
When holding all breath inward,
The head appears to be as
Rolling, backward, tilting
Over crest of hill,
he’ll come up and he’ll say,
“Hey there, smart guy, won’t
you introduce me to your girl?”
he’ll come up,
come up and say,
“Hey there, you there, won’t you
give me a chance to apologize?”
this time he’ll come up,
“Say, you wouldn’t know
the way to Saint Moreau’s?”
a wind fell
and i, a stranger,
listened, to be but
awoken, waking, still,
as rustling now-friendly breeze
play’ kind words upon these, thoughts.
Logitech Music Anywhere, Windows Vista, and foobar2000
Logitech Music Anywhere barely works with Windows Vista. You must go into, “Playback Devices,” from your, “Sound,” Control Panel app. (or through the speaker tray icon), and select, “Speakers: Logitech Music Anywhere USB Transmitter,” and click, “Set Default.” This isn’t that big of a deal, because the program at least works with Vista through this method, but it makes the tray icon provided by its own software, Logitech Music Anywhere, pretty much useless.
foobar2000 requires the foo_winamp_spam component (http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=42941) to emulate Winamp half-what properly, and this is also, I assume, required to make the Music Anywhere IR remote control foobar2000. The stop button pretty much stops and plays, and the play/pause is finicky, but, once again, this works.
Maybe I should just switch back to iTunes or WinAmp and make this work 100%. Maybe. Mayb– nah. foobar2000 is lighter, quicker, and more nimble on its component side. Yeah.