Want to hear your favorite song? Just press the microphone icon on your Android’s search bar or keyboard. When the screen says “Speak Now” start singing! Google will match Youtubes for it and you can even choose which version you want to play. This will be even more fun since Google voice search is coming to desktops and laptops soon! I tried it with “The Scientist” by Coldplay and Bo Diddley and it worked with both my Android devices! It will probably also expand because Google is starting a streaming music service soon.
A secret high tech accessory will be revealed to the world for the first time tonight at Tennessee and Jordan’s art exhibit, which is part of Guy Lombardo’s 57 Degrees Art Show,featuring music by Mantis and a fantastic light show by Kinetic Collage. Tennessee’s art, though mainly abstract, colorful and playful, has now become wearable art, featuring custom designer clothes, handbags, and bracelets. The newest addition is an innovation that will compliment the hottest gadget that will be released by major cellphone companies in the neat future, the smartwatch. Jordan saw Tennessee painting on bracelets while he watched news reports of smartwatches soon to be available to the world from Apple, Pebble and Samsung. All of the watchbands seemed to be so dull. So he thought that many people would enjoy having a more colorful smartwatchband instead. He asked her to create a few prototypes and these are featured in tonight’s art show at 6:30pm @ the 57 Degrees Winebar,1735 Hancock Street, San Diego, CA 92101. He noticed how there are many colorful cellphone cases at stores, but most watchbands, including smartwatchbands are not very exciting. So why not jazz them up? Admission is free. Art, ArtsymartWatchbands,and drinks are available for purchase. Your “Artsy SmartWatchbands” can be used as a bracelet until the smartwatches are available at your major cellphone careers around the world. At that time, Tennessee will attach your smartwatch at no additional cost. Jordan has also named many of the paintings including one about fracking titled, “What the Frack?” , “Would You Like Flies With Your Horsemeat?” and many others. Come to the event, see many other artists creations and star in a YOUtopiamedia video tonight!
We were all at the Grand Canyon. It was beautiful and my teacher was giving a guided tour. I saw Donovan, that” Mellow Yellow” fellow, and I asked him what he was doing there, but instead of talking,he just played the Japanese flute. It sounded really cool and mellow, and when he played, I felt pleasantly surprised. Then the dream ended. it was great to have a pleasant dreams after having so many nightmares!
I dreamed that I was in my car in a small town and I stopped because I was bored and wanted to walk around the town. So I parked the car and got out. But when I did, the car drove itself away. I think it just drove itself around the corner, because there were other cars there that kind of looked like it. But I wasn’t sure it was really still there so I was frightened. The dream ended but the nightmare began when I ignored it. I was scheduled in reality to go to a film and music meeting at this old church that night that I had never been to in San Diego. Naturally, I entered the location of the church that I found on my GPS to get directions. The GPS told me to go the street it was on, in another San Diego town than the one it was really in. It was inaccurate because it told me the church was in the wrong zip code and I had never been there before. So we drove to the same street and then later, it changed zip codes on me! I blindly drove where it told me, which is sort of like a self driving car, and the address it said was my destination was just a big mound of grass! Wisely, we decided to go to a Starbuck’s that we passed by to pick up a wifi signal and I reentered the address with the right zip code and got there in 5 minutes after being lost for an hour. True, the car didn’t steal itself away and disappear like in the dream, but it did steal an hour of my time. I should write more of my dreams down and double-check where the GPS is sending me for an odd zip code before I leave the house. It also helps to bring a map too and know where a local wifi spot is just in case. Never trust machines 100 percent! They are still imperfect because they are made by humans. Always double-check them. Can you imagine what a real Google type self driving car would have done?
I dreamed last night that I was with a female friend and we were at the Oscars. We met Britney Spears who liked me, so the three of us were all hanging out together and the female friend was jealous so she baked some muffins and put poison in Britney’s muffin. Britney tasted it and said she didn’t like it, but she was OKay. Then she asked me to go for a ride in her car so we went cruising together. The dream ended. Perhaps this dream is about the good and the bad and the shadow within myself, as Jung calls it.
Or Just In My Dreams?
This is the amazing music you hardly ever hear anymore. It features a full orchestra, choral singers, lead vocals,comprehensible narration, a rock band with a gong, flamenco guitar,and the incredible Rick Wakeman on multiple keyboards at one time! Sure, the musicians may look outdated with their long hair, and chest hair coming out of their feminine looking shirts. And Rick Wakeman is dressed in some kind of funny Merlin robe. But this is when people cared about music. Not just profits. I found out that Wakeman is still playing and recording too! This music video is a full meal that’s over an hour-long! Thanks YouTube!
Pretentious? Possibly. But I’ll take Rick Wakeman’s ingenious musical version of Jules Verne’s classic “Journey To The Center of the Earth” any day over Psy’s “Gangnum style” or computer enhanced vocal imitators of Lady Gaga. However I do like Gotye quite a bit. Maybe he deserves that Grammy.
After a romantic walk on the Photoshop enhanced beach in La Jolla, I had to go to the local Ralph’s grocery store. This sweet couple in the top picture was guarding the bathroom on Valentines Day. Note the other couples in candlelight on the beach at sunset.