Yeah, so I've got one problem partially solved. A friend guessed that my video card was the root of the problem. He let me borrow one of his older ones just to see if my system would work, and it did! Now I have an excuse to upgrade the darned thing. I'll just have to find the time to go to a techie spot and buy a new one, as I am quite busy reviewing for the medical licensure exams which will happen in two-and-a-half months.
In two days' time, my classmates and I will be having our second graduation, this time, from the hospital as interns. It'll be the last official activity, so my classmates and I are a bit psyched, though a bit sad as well. I must admit, I had the graduation ceremony scenario in my mind when I made the coda of the last class song I composed. We'll be singing that song one last time near the end of the program. I actually hope someone cries, because then, I'd know I had put enough heart into it.
Speaking of hearts, Daryl Banner certainly put his in his remix album VII. We now feature the third track in this update of Sound Test. As mentioned in the previous update, this runs back-to-back with the first and second tracks, so you might want to put all three tracks consecutively on your player just to see the overall effect. The contrast between the compositional style of these three pieces is truly outstanding, testament to Mr. Banner's skills.
Now, I must go. I have a class time capsule burial cermony thing I have to attend to. Until next week!
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