It’s amazing how many hours it takes to create a 3 minute recording, what with splicing, vocals, and bunches of “gah - that doesn’t sound right at all”.
As usual, the mp3 is hosted at Drop.io and is available for free download.
If you download it, you owe me one comment. :)
I have 500 facebook friends. But I interact closely with less then 15 of them.
Which means that Facebook’s new “stream of updates” can get rather confusing. Imagine Facebook trying to keep me up todate about 500 status messages. Yeah. Here’s how to quickly make a friend filter that will show you updates from your closets friends:
1. Follow this link to view all your friends. http://www.facebook.com/friends/?everyone&ref=tn
2. On the left column, there is a big button that says, “Make a New List”. Click it. (duh)
3. Give a name to your list, like “Relatives” or “Close friends” or “People I would rather see dead”. Press enter.
4. Now, start adding specific friends by typing in their names.
5. See it in action: Go to your facebook home page where it lists all the status messages (link), and you’ll notice there is a small, left column. This column contains the name of your friend list. Click it and instantly view the updates posted by the friends you preselected.
6. BONUS: notice at the bottom of each List is a link that says “Message this list” - this allows you to quickly message your list of close friends, or message that list of people you’d rather see dead. (”Hi. My name is Daniel Gardner. You’re on my black list. Prepare to die.”)
See how easy that was? You owe me one comment.