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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ross MacIver 
 Article Title :: The Basics of Audio Recording
Audio recording has been with us for more than a hundred years. The phonograph was invented by Thomas Edison in 1877. It recorded sound by producing grooves on a soft cylinder which could be played back by running a needle through the grooves and amplifying the sound. The next major development in audio recording was magnetic recording. Tape recorders were developed in Germany and have been in common use from the early 1930s up until recently. They are still being used, but are increasingly being supplanted by digital recorders. Magnetic tape recorders have been the essential tools in the development of the recorded music industry. With the introduction of multitrack tape recorders in the  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Kathy Brewis 
 Article Title :: Scrapbooking Resources on the Internet
I must admit right off the bat that I am not a scrap booking enthusiast. I do, however, have a sister-in-law that is a die-hard scrap book fan. If ever there was a fan club for scrap booking, my sister-in-law would be the leader. I do however work in a public library where I have access to tons of information on a variety of sources including scrap booking. Being that I work at the library I use the internet a lot to research for information. I also do this on a personal level as well. Upon doing research on the internet, I have a variety of resources on the internet that will help every scrap booking enthusiast. Let’s begin. www.scrapbooking.comThis site provides almost anything that   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Fion Lim 
 Article Title :: Scrapbooking the Dizzying Movies of Toddlers
Toddlers are highly energetic life forces. Between infancy and kindergarten school days, your toddler is often fully involved in massive actions and activities. Sometimes, your kid hardly let you slow down enough to take a deep breath before he or she is off to another "movie" stunt. One moment, your toddler is the angelic little kid with great innocence, and within seconds he or she has morphed into a bundle of horror! Such spirited and tireless days are mixed up with endless explorations, comical episodes and crazy chaos. It's all these exasperating, frustrating, endearing in-between moments, that make their ways into your scrapbook pages as little movies starring your precious toddler  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Laura Thykeson - Owner of "Ice Originals II - Vintage Collectibles, Music and Jewelry" 
 Article Title :: The "Hot" New Collectibles
A few months ago I wrote an article named “Signed vs. Unsigned - Buying Art, Pottery and Collectibles”. The basic premise of the article was my own opinion about “Should you pay the price for signed jewelry, art and collectibles, as opposed to buying what you love, whether signed or unsigned?”. Since writing that article, I have read in one of my many collectible newsletters and magazines that the “hot” new collectible trend is buying unsigned and unknown artist and artisan items. I personally think this is great! Not only does it help the collectibles market, in several different areas such as unsigned jewelry, studio art pottery and original artworks, who is to say what that   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Judi Hunter 
 Article Title :: For the Birds
Decorative and elaborate or simple and functional, birdfeeders and birdhouses are lovingly coveted by many people (and birds)! The collector seeking a new piece for the den or study need only consider personal taste and aesthetics- many who enjoy the careful art and craftsmanship of a beautiful birdhouse or feeder would never think of placing their precious gift outside in the rain and other elements. The serious or novice birder, on the other hand, has just a bit more to consider. With a minimal amount of work and some forethought, anyone interested can enjoy observing and identifying birds from their own urban or rural yards or decks throughout the entire year. It is possible to attrac  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Valerie Garner 
 Article Title :: Make A Stunning Dried Hydrangea Wreath
Dried hydrangea wreaths are so beautiful and versatile in a home, and a lot of fun to make as well. You can either purchase already dried hydrangea flowers from your local craft store, or you can dry your own. The biggest trick when drying your own is the timing of when you pick the flowers. It is best to pick them right before you anticipate your first fall frost. If you pick them mid-summer, they just will not dry correctly. You can either hang them upside down in a darkened room to dry, or you can set them in a vase upright, even adding a tiny bit of water in the bottom of the vase, although even that is optional. As long as they are picked at the correct time, it’s difficult to fa  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Nick Stubbs 
 Article Title :: Buying a new digital camera
I feel, after visiting so many websites and reading so much advice, and also by frequently visiting photography forums, that I have to speak on this subject. For the majority of the buying public, there are 2 categories that we fall into when getting started or upgrading in digital photography, the "Absolute Beginner" or the "Amateur" (or serious amateur sometimes labelled as semi pro). Now for the beginner, or someone getting started in photography itself (not just digital), the choice of cameras nowadays is quite overwhelming! Everywhere you look there are cameras, not just in camera shops like the good old days. You even get given a cheap digital camera as  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Fion Lim 
 Article Title :: Spruce Up Your Pages with Scrapbooking Embellishments
Having this nagging doubt that you may upstage your precious photos or clutter your pages with scrapbooking embellishments? One moment you're just so tempted to paste the embellishment onto your page, and the next moment you're questioning yourself, "Should I? Should I not?” You even wonder if you're just trying to force that simply irresistible page accent onto your page to satisfy your craving for… more embellishments. Well, you're in good company. I still remember the first time I encountered packets and packets of wondrous embellishments. My eyes sparkled with enthusiasm, and my heart fluttered in excitement and the truth was, I simply can't decide. What a rush! So for anyone   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Doug Rogers 
 Article Title :: Is your digital camera compatible with your computer?
So you recently bought a digital camera or perhaps your thinking about it. And perhaps you may be wondering how many pictures will your computer hold? First you need to answer a few questions to come to an accurate conclusion. First, how big is your hard drive and how much free space does it currently have? You can find the answer to that question by first left-clicking on "My Computer:" Right-click on "C drive." A menu should appear. Left-click on "Properties." A pie chart should be displayed that will show you the size of the hard drive and how much of the disk drive is free. Your next step is too know how many mega pixels does your camera have? A pixel is a light sensing cell on the ima  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Johann Erickson 
 Article Title :: Dragons: A History of Mythology and Beliefs
The oldest culture in the world to utilize dragons in their mythology and beliefs, are the Chinese. For them, the dragon is a divine, mythical creature that brings good fortune, prosperity and bounty. It is the symbol of emperors and imperial rule, and its legends have shaped a good portion of modern Chinese culture. The dragon is a positive force, and represents power, excellence, and striving for goals, as well as being a benevolent force, which radiates goodwill, good luck, and blessings. Shrines to them can be found in many places in China, usually near the sea, since Eastern dragons tended to be water creatures. In Eastern culture, the dragon represents the essential forces of Natu  (read full article)
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