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  • Louie Bourland - "The Division Bell" 10 Years Later.

    Since its initial release in April of 1994, Pink Floyd's "The Division Bell" has become somewhat of a closet classic in a sense. While the album has been consistantly bashed by critics for not being "Son of Dark Side of The Moon" or "The Wall Part 2", "The Division Bell" has found its place among the very finest of Pink Floyd's work. Roger Waters was long out of the picture by the time this album was released and David Gilmour was fully in charge of steering the band (as he was on 1987's "Momentary Lapse Of Reason", Floyd's first post-Waters project).

    Musically, the album continues the band's tradition of combining strong rock musicality with atmospheric instrumentals, Musique Concrete sound effects and an overall conceptual theme. The concept for "The Division Bell" has to do with communication or a lack of it. Tracks such as "What Do You Want From Me", "A Great Day For Freedom", and "Coming Back To Life" are filled with passionate yet wrenching vocals alongside what is arguably David Gilmour's best guitar work to date. "Poles Apart" is an adventerous track with many twists and turns beginning as a solid acoustic tune with a slight Country feel to it. The track then shifts to a collage of fairground noises and an odd keyboard melody before switching back to a beefier rock-oriented variation of its main opening theme. "Wearing The Inside Out" is classic Floyd with its pondering moody theme and affectionate dark vocals from keyboardist Richard Wright who also offers some synth leads reminiscent of "Shine On You Crazy Diamond". "Take It Back" is a simple pop-rock piece that sounds like it could've been lifted from a U2 album while the album's closing track "High Hopes" is an emotion-filled piece with many references to Pink Floyd's past embedded in the lyrics. The two instrumentals "Cluster One" and "Marooned" are both atmospheric in style. The former being more piano-based while the latter features more guitar dominance.

    These are just some of the musical highlights of "The Division Bell". Indeed, after several listens, the album can certainly grow on you. While the album is not on par with the band's best known work, "The Division Bell" is still one of Pink Floyd's finest albums. Time has gone on to show that this was also the band's final studio album. Considering the time and effort and flawless musicianship displayed on this album, "The Division Bell" proves that Pink Floyd left us not with a sniffle or a whimper, but a triumphant Bang.

    Thanks for the memories!!!

  • Brianna - Worth trying for IBS

    I am 26 and have been dealing with IBS-D since I was 18. I have seen many different doctors & tried many different approaches to help in reducing my symptoms. As there is no real cure for IBS, I obviously hadn't had much luck with many of these approaches such as antispasmodics, increased fiber, etc. My only quick fix relief would come from taking Immodium. As many IBS sufferers experience, it has significantly altered my quality of life over the years from avoiding certain social functions to even avoiding food altogether. The hardest part was having to watch other people, such as my boyfriend, also constantly having to deal with "my stomach issues" as a result of needing to flee from different places once an episode set in. There didn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to when an episode would occur...sometimes just thinking about having to eat while outside the comfort of my home would bring one on. Yet, certain foods such as coffee, dairy, and alcohol would almost always trigger an episode. As a teacher, I'm not able to use the bathroom whenever needed, so I tried Align after reading the positive reviews here. (I did try Digestive Advantage first, but with little success.) I am currently on week four & I am feeling better then I have ever felt before. I started having one, normal BM a day within four days of taking align & the urgency to constantly have to go within seconds of eating has subsided. I have progressively been getting better with each day-with only some bloating the first several days. In the past 4 weeks, I only had one flare up & many of my trigger foods have caused me no trouble. I know that IBS is some how affected by our body's response to our nervous system, so it can not necessarily "cure" that mental aspect of IBS..you'll need to build confidence in the product and what it does. I would absolutely tell you to try this product if you are an IBS-D sufferer. It just may work in reducing your symptoms and giving you back a better quality of life like it has done for me. I wouldn't normally go out of my way to write something like this...but I feel it is important for people to see this because I know just how debilitating IBS can be for many.

  • Shortey Girley - A program with broad and deep applications

    I was introduced to SmartDraw during my college years as part of a software class focused on object-oriented modeling. The program has become so embedded into my professional career that I cannot think of being without it. I have always maintained a license on my personal machine, but have gone so far as to purchase an additional license for a machine at my own expense to ensure that I'm also able to utilize the functionality at work.

    If you're looking to diagram, chart, map, or make logical sense of ANYTHING, there's a template for it. Comparing this program to Visio is doing it a disservice - SmartDraw goes beyond the simple diagramming available in Visio and allows you to actually use the software as part of a problem solving process. SmartDraw has SO many templates available for you to use to kick off your thought process, and you can always modify them or just start from scratch as the mood suits you.

    For those who would compare it to Visio, SmartDraw beats its Microsoft competitor hands down. First of all, when you connect a line to something in SmartDraw, the program is intelligent enough to maintain that link even when you move things around. Adding text, changing line formats, aligning objects, changing object shapes, and changing color schemes are 1-2 click functions (most of which are available from the right-click menu of a given object). It's an intuitive program with limitless possibilities.

    This program integrates seemlessly with MS Office applications. As an example, if you have your PowerPoint presentation open and you have created an image or diagram in SmartDraw, there is a button at the top of the screen to "send to PowerPoint" which literally creates a new slide *in the file you are already working in* with your image in the center, waiting for you to add a title.

    The customer service package that comes with SmartDraw is also exceptional. Any time I've had a question or suggestion for a product enhancement, I receive a response within hours without detailed instructions on how to perform the functionality I was looking for, or a promise to forward the suggestion to the development team for a future release. And since future releases and updates are always being pushed out with new templates and functionality, I have yet to be disappointed.

    The ONE downside is sharing images to those who don't have the program. However, as this same issue exists for Visio (which does a small fraction of the functionality and doesn't come with a built-in .pdf exporter), SmartDraw has and will remain my diagramming tool of choice.

    Most of the problems posted seem to result from having used the trial or older versions of the software. As I've been using this product for at least 5 years, I will agree that past versions had issues opening files and weren't as versatile. However, these complaints should be posted on the page for SmartDraw 2009; SmartDraw VP resolved these issues by incorporating functionality to push out continuous updates as new functionality emerged and/or issues were identified and resolved. As for the people posting negative reviews after only using the trial version, these appear to be people who want to get the software without paying for it and are upset that the company limited functionality in the trial to prevent that from happening. Unless you're reviewing the "full package", there's no way to understand or even be aware of the full potential of the software. If you're willing to pay hundreds (if not thousands) for MS applications, this product is definitely worth the investment.