Migraine…
I was going to write a clever blog post. But between a throbbing post-migraine hangover and the fact that there are people out there with more brain-cells working than I can muster at the mo, I thought I’d leave you with a couple of migraine- links.
An Open Letter to People Without Migraine
Migraine is More Than a Headache: The Many Symptoms of Migraine
And to give a rough idea of how bad migraines can get, here’s a quote fromThe Migraine Trust:
“The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recognised the impact of migraine worldwide and categorised it as the same level of disability as dementia, quadriplegia and acute psychosis. Furthermore WHO classified chronic migraine as more disabling than blindness, paraplegia angina or rheumatoid arthritis.”
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Samsung GT-I9300
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Migraine…

I was going to write a clever blog post. But between a throbbing post-migraine hangover and the fact that there are people out there with more brain-cells working than I can muster at the mo, I thought I’d leave you with a couple of migraine- links.

An Open Letter to People Without Migraine

Migraine is More Than a Headache: The Many Symptoms of Migraine

And to give a rough idea of how bad migraines can get, here’s a quote fromThe Migraine Trust:

“The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recognised the impact of migraine worldwide and categorised it as the same level of disability as dementia, quadriplegia and acute psychosis. Furthermore WHO classified chronic migraine as more disabling than blindness, paraplegia angina or rheumatoid arthritis.”

A blasted business is this blummin battle with bits and bobs!
Doing lots of work work, music work, and sorting out of my vast collection of stuff.
So - not much in the way of updating here has been don - sorry! I shall get back onto it soon!
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Fujifilm FinePix X100
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A blasted business is this blummin battle with bits and bobs!

Doing lots of work work, music work, and sorting out of my vast collection of stuff.

So - not much in the way of updating here has been don - sorry! I shall get back onto it soon!

New toy!

I’ve not been terribly good at keeping up with this blog over the last week or so - sorry! Things are a bit busy with projects galore at the mo!

I’ve just got myself a new camera. I love new toys, but what I love more is REALLY GOOD new toys.

I’m off to see @CoDaDance in a tick to give it a proper run.

Those two images above -jpegs out of the camera. The only editing was to resize them for the web. For camera geeks - one of them was taken at ISO250 and one at ISO3200 and I really cant see much of a difference at all. Which is brilliant.

Any thoughts on music for permission #Res2013 @theplacelondon ?
I’ve been reading through the pack for Resolution 2013 at The Place, and came across this:
'You must obtain permission to use any copyrighted sound. The Theatre does not have a PRS or PPL license. See the Music Rights section below for how to obtain permission to use copyrighted sound.If music has been commissioned or written for your work, or if you are working with a composer or sound artist on an original score, you will not need to supply this information. However, you must ensure that you have the explicit permission of the composer or sound artist to use their work in this context.’and'Note: some composers assign the rights of their music to a label or PRS (Performing Rights Society), but PRS will no longer give permission for music for which it owns the rights to be used in a “balletic” context, and this includes contemporary dance performances. You will therefore need permission from the label or publisher directly.'
Any thoughts/comments/advice? - Write them below.
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Panasonic DMC-G3
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500
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Any thoughts on music for permission #Res2013 @theplacelondon ?

I’ve been reading through the pack for Resolution 2013 at The Place, and came across this:

'You must obtain permission to use any copyrighted sound. The Theatre does not have a PRS or PPL license. See the Music Rights section below for how to obtain permission to use copyrighted sound.

If music has been commissioned or written for your work, or if you are working with a composer or sound artist on an original score, you will not need to supply this information. However, you must ensure that you have the explicit permission of the composer or sound artist to use their work in this context.’

and

'Note: some composers assign the rights of their music to a label or PRS (Performing Rights Society), but PRS will no longer give permission for music for which it owns the rights to be used in a “balletic” context, and this includes contemporary dance performances. You will therefore need permission from the label or publisher directly.'

Any thoughts/comments/advice? - Write them below.