The Frog just spent the last couple hours getting his new HP laptop up and running and this is his first text ever written on it.
Yeah, it's fun to get a new puter- in one way, but I hate to abandon the old campaq since it has been bulletproof. Since I'm not a gamer and don't do rocket science I bought a mid priced model. Mrs Frog now has the Compaq all to herself until it finally bites the dust. I tried to give the new machine to her but most of her music and other stuff is on the old one so she wanted to stick with it for now.
Having said that, and since the Posts have been a bit free wheeling tonight, I was just wondering if any of you had ever landed on this video.
This kid plays Pachelbel’s Canon, the composition from the turn of the 18th century known for its solemn chord progressions and its overexposure at weddings. His rendition is a technically challenging piece and uses a maneuver called sweep-picking. This was of interest to me because my late father in law did some sweep picking but not to this level.
This might be old stuff to you all, but I still play it now and then and fired it up to test out the speakers on the new puter. And yes, they are far superior to the old one.