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GoPro Hero 3 Time Lapse Using Adobe Premiere Pro

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Let’s look at how to take GoPro recorded footage and import it into Premiere Pro for greater editing control.  This can be accomplished in a number of different ways, but this workflow results in a basic, editable sequence.  It also leaves some options open to your own production preferences.  I am using Windows 10 and […]

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Food Safety – Where to Get Foodsafe Resources You Need to Know

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I just recertified my Foodsafe status and thought I’d share some links. Having written many food safety plans, done countless walkthroughs with health inspectors and posted pages of signs, I thought I’d share a list of resources that have helped me out.  I am not a food safety expert but much of what’s needed regarding food safety […]

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Best Ways for Restaurant Servers to Earn More Money

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One of the biggest challenges a food and beverage manager faces is maintaining the quality of service.  Although the product a kitchen produces may be top-tier, it is sadly undermined by poor or inconsistent service.  Food is only part of a guest’s experience – beverage and service make up the other two-thirds.  By not delivering a […]

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Dark Sky in Weather Master

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Weather Master is one of the easiest weather plugins to install and use. It integrates well into most themes whose sidebar widget area is active. Once installed, the Weather Master widget will ask you within which location you would like it displayed. Next, it will ask you a few well explained questions to define the data. After saving the changes, the feed is live.

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Chris Cornell – Dies at Age 52

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Chris Cornell, Soundgarden, Vancouver 1992 by Lance Mercer

Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins, Blind Melon, STP: bands that make up a huge portion of the soundtrack to my young adult life.  Chris Cornell was instrumental in the evolution of  the Grunge era of music, my music.  His influence on the evolution of Rock as we know it today is undeniable.  The only thing positive that […]

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Kootenay Foraging – 10 Edible Reasons you Should Take a Hike this Autumn

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Back before life had responsibilities, I did not look forward to autumn because it marked the end of summer.  It marked the end of endless days of sunshine, swimming, bike riding, building forts.  Family vacations, hanging out with friends, BBQs.  Summer was a time of freedom from responsibility, a time for fun, for play. And winter, the time for […]

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Thanksgiving – This is One Turkey You’ll Think Twice About Preparing

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Happy Thanksgiving

When you remove it the turkey will be dead black. You will think, “My God! I have ruined it.” Be calm. Take a tweezer and pry loose the paste coating. It will come off readily. Beneath this burnt, harmless, now worthless shell the bird will be golden and dark brown, succulent, giddy-making with wild aromas, crisp and crunchable and crackling. The meat beneath this crazing panorama of lip-wetting skin will be wet, juice will spurt from it in tiny fountains high as the handle of the fork plunged into it; the meat will be white, crammed with mocking flavor, delirious with things that rush over your palate and are drowned and gone as fast as you can swallow; cut a little of it with a spoon, it will spread on bread as eagerly and readily as soft wurst.