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Back to School Shopping

back_to_school_2It is that time of year again…Yep, you guessed it. It is time to head back to school. Sigh… Knowing that school is around the corner, I thought that it would be a good idea to compile a list of handy items to have so that when you are shopping  for yourself or kids you have some ideas as to what to purchase.

The first thing that I believe should be on everyone’s back-to-school list is a good backpack. This was actually on my back-to-school list from last year as well and for good reason too. A good sturdy backpack with plenty of room in it to house all of your school supplies makes school life a little bit easier. When you are shopping for a backpack the first thing that you need to be aware of is the size that you need. Big backpacks provide lots of space to carry things in but can be difficult to carry and heavy which no one wants. On the other hand, small backpacks are easy to carry but don’t have very much space to put things in. Most people can get away with a medium sized backpack. Another thing to keep in mind is that there are many different types of backpacks out there so you probably won’t want to buy the very first one you see. Take your time and shop around a bit before you make your decision and don’t forget that no backpack is perfect.

The next item on my back-to-school shopping list is a power bank. In fact you can grab one of these on Power banks enable you to carry around extra battery power when you are out and on the go. These are perfect for college students out there that need to charge smartphones when they are in class or any other time that they don’t have easy access to a power outlet which makes this on my list of back-to-school shopping items.

Now speaking of other cool items for college students available on why not grab a pair of vFree Bluetooth headphones? The vFree deliver crisp and clear sound without the limitations of a cord. If you are like me and don’t like to walk around with an annoying cord flopping around while on campus then the vFree are right for you. The vFree comes complete with remote controls and a built in mic so you will still be able to answer calls while listening to music on your smartphone making these a slick pair of headphones.

The last thing on my back-to-school shopping list is an external USB hard drive. External hard drives are something I have really come to love and believe everyone should have one. These are perfect for backing up all your school work and other files such as music and pictures. There is no feeling worse than finishing a big project only to discover that it has vanished the next day. External hard drives are a perfect solution for this. You can back up all your precious files on these to ensure that you never lose them. When it comes to deciding which size to buy I would recommend you go with at least 500GB. This may sound like a lot of space but in reality you never know when you will want to put more stuff on it so having a large one is not a bad idea.

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Finding Sanity In Music

Lately, I’ve been staying up late into the night, typing up various papers, reading entire novels, frantically studying for that next midterm. The only thing that’s kept me sane throughout this quarter has been my music. And coffee. But really it’s been the music. At first I was just listening to the same old songs, the ones on the radio, the new pop songs. But after a while, I felt like I was lacking something crucial. These songs weren’t enough to keep me going night after night.

I needed to find new motivation. I searched my iTunes library, hoping for something to pop out at me. I tried Afro Celt, a unique mixture of African beats and Celtic instruments, but it couldn’t keep me up for more than an hour. Then I thought that maybe I needed to hear some of the old classics, the ones of my childhood. Which turn out to be the same songs my parents enjoyed in their youth. Soon, all that was emerging from my vFree was good old Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Queen, the Moody Blues, Rush, the Who, Boston, Kansas, the Beatles, and other classic rock. It brought back pleasant memories, and revived this wonderful fondness in me for these bands. They got me through many a late night.

But there came a time when I began yearning for something new, but not any radio pop. I wanted something new to me, but still with that classic rock feel. I guess what really helped me then was Pandora, bringing me variety, with some songs that I knew, and some that I had never heard before.

I also took a stab at watching The Voice, to see if any of the contestants had what I was looking for. One caught my attention right away. Singing the Who’s “Baba O’Riley,” Terry McDermott of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, stole the competition, at least for me. I’ve been following his work, and each song has been beautiful, especially his rendition of Paul McCartney’s “Maybe I’m Amazed.” I began to wonder if McDermott had any original songs to offer, and I began to search for some. It turns out he had been in multiple bands—the two most prominent being Driveblind and Lotus Crush. Driveblind was formed in Scotland, and came over to the U.S. in the early 2000s. It caught my fancy right away, and I’ve been listening to it ever since. It helped me get through my last midterm, just last Friday. Specifically, the song “Autumn Red” got me through the midterm. I did receive some pretty strange looks in the library, with my vPulse in, rocking out to my new favorite band, but I didn’t care. It helped me keep my sanity throughout this first quarter of college. I’ll always be grateful for that.

Here’s a listen to the song that brought Driveblind to America, “The Fool Rides Again.”

Also, for a look at what he’s done on “The Voice,” here’s “Maybe I’m Amazed” (skip to 1:22 for Terry’s performance):

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