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    Welcome to the Science & Technology Forum!

    Welcome to the Science & Technology Forum. This is a forum dedicated to discussions of all matters related to science and technology - including, but not limited to: computers, gadgets, internet, software, scientific discoveries, and other news from the science and tech-world.

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    apod

    this is hot!

    good link for viewing the outer reaches...

    http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap060313.html

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    A cool website for inquiring minds...

    Those who want to increase their knowledge might wish to take a look at this:

    www.space.com


    Giovanni

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    Lightbulb Electronic prompter

    Hi all has anyone come across a novel idea (I am sure I have seen this idea used on stage) that would cut down the amount of gear we performers have to carry about ie music, words for songs, prompts for live shows when the audience call for a particular song that you have not done for a long time, a small LCD screen that fits on a mic stand & can be used to call up words or music as programmed into it. It would be nice to be able to carry around your complete repertoire in a small electronic box
    one day a little spark will kindle into a greatflame www.timpitman.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparky View Post
    Hi all has anyone come across a novel idea (I am sure I have seen this idea used on stage) that would cut down the amount of gear we performers have to carry about ie music, words for songs, prompts for live shows when the audience call for a particular song that you have not done for a long time, a small LCD screen that fits on a mic stand & can be used to call up words or music as programmed into it. It would be nice to be able to carry around your complete repertoire in a small electronic box
    Hi Sparky ...

    I've seen this sort of thing recently, but with a Palm Pilot, when a pastor preached his sermon from the scrolling display. My only concern is that one would have to totally "wing it" should the batteries fail during a presentation or performance.
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