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MattBlackLamb

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About MattBlackLamb

  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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    Norfolk, UK
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    Music in all it's forms, Technology, photography, having fun, how the internet works, gaming.

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  1. To me most of the music I hear on the radio sound like it fits into one of about 2 or 3 genres. You get the dance-pop kind of stuff, like blooper linked to above, you get the pop-punk / pop-metal kind of thing which is generally fair tedious & then you get the "alternative" which can be anything from bands like Coldplay (dull in my book) to slightly more up-tempo stuff like, perhaps, Kings of Leon. "Popular" music isn't something I know that much about as I try to pay as little attention to it as possible. For me, music gets more interesting if you dig deeper. For those of you that lik
  2. I'm not sold either way on climate change, I do think that as we cannot predict the future it is better to plan for the worst. The "greener" methods of producing electricity & things like recycling should be adopted, I feel. Not necesarily because of environmental factors (as I said, I'm not really sure) more because we have things like wind blowing, waves breaking against our shores, the sun & the tides around that could be generating our electricity for comparitevly little, sure, there would be some set-up costs, but after that it's pretty much plain sailing. It would be a much bet
  3. Stravinsky's Rite Of Spring. It's excellent, you should all listen.
  4. This whole thing annoys me, any slightly savvy musician will use 'illegal' downloading as a way of promoting their music. Music, Films & the like are going to be shared like this in one form or another so the companies might as well get used to it. I personally see the whole thing as continuing from the Metallica thing when they sued Knapster. No band should treat their fans like that, what were their fans wanting to do? Listen to their music, as a musician that is the highest compliment someone can give you, I'm speaking personally here, I do make music & I have played in front of r
  5. I have copied the profile folder across, it just hasn't made any difference.
  6. First forum post from Win7 I'm liking it so far, although I would like it if it were easier to make the icons central on the taskbar. Still, that's a fairly minor quibble, good stuff all round so far I haven't managed to copy my firefox settings over though, I copied the entirety of the Mozilla folder over & it hasn't worked
  7. The Whirlwind Part 8: Set Us Free by Transatlantic Their new album The Whirlwind is excellent, very definitely worth a listen if you like Rock / Prog Rock. Actually, any of their music is worth a listen if you like Rock or Prog Rock
  8. I've just ordered Home Premium along with a few computer upgrades... 2.5GHZ Quad Core CPU 1TB HDD 4GB RAM I'm looking forward to their arrival
  9. I have 32139 plays since 7th of August 2006 on Last.FM, same username on there as here
  10. @ Rubrica, ignore 'em, you know the truth & that's what counts, they're probably all really jealous
  11. I regularly read: Questionable Content - Some not family friendly - about a group of mid 20 or so year olds. Kukuburi - A fantasy strip about a delivery girl that manages to get tangled up in a war in another world, family friendly Cyanide & Happiness - Need I say more, not family friendly Irregular Webcomic - Silly, geeky, family friendly XKCD - Similar to Irregular Webcomic, but also not... as far as I can remember it's family friendly Scary Go Round - A wild comic about the events that happen in Tackleford, UK. Wacky & funny, family friendly to the best of my knowledge Orne
  12. The story of getting Wifi working on my laptop has been ongoing since I got it last October. Despite much trial & effort following various guides that had comments from people with the same OS (Ubuntu) and make and model of Wifi card (Atheros ar242x) saying this worked for them it never seemed to work for me. I can connect to the internet on my laptop, through an ethernet cable that runs downstairs to the router, which is obviously not an ideal situation. I tried getting a belkin wireless adaptor I found lying around the house to work, it didn't. I tried using the Sitecom Wifi adaptor th
  13. The story of getting Wifi working on my laptop has been ongoing since I got it last October. Despite much trial & effort following various guides that had comments from people with the same OS (Ubuntu) and make and model of Wifi card (Atheros ar242x) saying this worked for them it never seemed to work for me. I can connect to the internet on my laptop, through an ethernet cable that runs downstairs to the router, which is obviously not an ideal situation. I tried getting a belkin wireless adaptor I found lying around the house to work, it didn't. I tried using the Sitecom Wifi adaptor th
  14. The story of getting Wifi working on my laptop has been ongoing since I got it last October. Despite much trial & effort following various guides that had comments from people with the same OS (Ubuntu) and make and model of Wifi card (Atheros ar242x) saying this worked for them it never seemed to work for me. I can connect to the internet on my laptop, through an ethernet cable that runs downstairs to the router, which is obviously not an ideal situation. I tried getting a belkin wireless adaptor I found lying around the house to work, it didn't. I tried using the Sitecom Wifi adaptor th
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