CAPS LIKE WHOA (jc) wrote,

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More on OS X

I'm always on edge when running OS X, in case some minor directory damage caused by the system renders everything FedUBAR. It's not really a healthy condition to be in, but if I can keep the system stable for as long as possible that's an achievement in itself. As a last resort, I can always go back to OS 9. Meanwhile, I'll try and enjoy what OS X has to offer as much as possible.

The good news is that, after a long absence from the airwaves, I should have another radio show in the near future. The student station I work for has recently been granted permission to stream to the campus over the internal network for free for as long as we want, which is great. Whether we can then progress and broadcast to the rest of the Internet is debatable, as we still have debts to pay off before we'll be given another licence.

My last series of shows went out over the airwaves back in May, so I have a lot to catch up on. Thankfully, my proven ability to predict future hits and play them on my show first is still paying dividends in the form of Stone Sour's "Bother" and Something Corporate's "Punk Rock Princess", currently on Radio 1's playlist and scheduled for release in the next month or two. Boy, I'm good.

Not much else to report, so I think I'll go read.
Tags: mac os x, student radio

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