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I am a dedicated Christian who loves Macs. I've been homeschooled all my life and currently trying to finish up my junior year of high school. I enjoy just about anything that has to do with computers. I AppleScript and shell script a little bit.
I am currently a LAMP programmer with Inventaweb.net.
I have also been editing video for almost 8 years (yes, since I was 9). I started with iMovie HD and have since then worked my way up to Final Cut Pro 9 and Final Cut Studio. I co-founded a film company called OffBlock Films. We do work in the Central Valley and have a vision of producing a feature length film at an unknown point in the future.
You can find me on my sometimes updated blog: The Geek Tech Blog, on Twitter and on App.net.

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comment How do I change desktop background with a terminal command?
@JasonMusgrove Actually, I believe that's correct. Sorry I didn't have that originally!
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@MacLemon Have you had that happen with Audacity recently? I've done recordings that lasted a very long time (over 2 hours) and I haven't had a problem. It was a bit slow to save, but that's to be expected.
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Might I also point out that I already addressed that in my post, with a link to a specific tweak...
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I believe they are. Sorry, I think I misunderstood what exactly you asked.
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