Il Postino – Perfect Poetry of Pablo Neruda

I was rediscovering all my digital music the other day, shuffle play on the entire drive, and something surprising popped up. The Il Postino soundtrack. Not only is that film beautiful, but the soundtrack features the score with famous voices reading some of Pablo Neruda’s poetry, and a few of them are incredible and heart

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Volunteering as a Patient for EPPSAT

I’ve been volunteering for some time now as a patient for a EPPSAT, the Edinburgh Patient Partnership Programme. I assist in the GMC exams, student doctor final year exams, and third/fourth year student doctors who are starting their cardiology rotation. I’ve even volunteered for some research studies, one of which examined the use of MRI

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PlayStation 4 Audio Problems and Inadequate Sony Support

Recently I noticed a problem with my PlayStation 4. When watching a Blu-ray with one of the new audio formats (DTS-HD Master Audio or Dolby TrueHD) it would only play in stereo. Play a game, stream something, or watch a DVD or Blu-ray with an audio track of Dolby Digital or DTS and they played

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Garmin’s Vivosmart HR

I’ve now had my Vivosmart HR – that’s the new Garmin Vivosmart device, a wrist band that measures heart rate, delivers notifications from your phone, and more – for some seven days. While it does more than the previous Vivosmart, which I had for some time and found practical, easy and extremely useful, it isn’t

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