Sunday, February 10, 2008
The United State of America has an intresting history. I can't help but wonder what people in other countries say about us in priviate conversations, or what people will say 100 years from now (assuming the world lasts that long). What will we be viewed as, when we analyze history we can conclude that the cause of an event might have been some little thing at the time, but it triggered a massive effect later on. What will people see us as in history? What do other nations see this nation as being right now? Again this is partailly based off a thread that orginated from www.ocremix.org called Our Place in History, but it kind of turned into an offtopic discussion about the writers strike. This is ment to provoke new discussion on the topic, let's hear it.
Thursday, February 07, 2008
I've decided to start devoting all my blogging time to this blog. My personal blog still exists, it will serve as a decent archive. I will not miss any posts on it since I get email alerts, but I'm dedicated to keeping this site rather pleasant. I will still post on my own blog, only less... like maybe once a month:( but hey! This is a sweet blog and I'll see what I can do because Reogan does have a life *gasp* This is mainly an informative post, but I'm open to comments.
Wednesday, February 06, 2008
This is my second main post centered on http://www.ocremix.org/, the first was on my blog. Some good game remixes to check out on your first visit should mainly be from games you've played before. I have found that it almost is cooler if you hear a remix before hearing the game's music because it makes it seem more orginal. Some of the most popularly remixed games are worth checking out. I really like all the Chrono Trigger tracks and Chrono Symphonic (the OCR album for Chrono Trigger). It has nearly 100 remixes so far. Fianl Fantasy 7 has amazing music as well. The Final Fantasy album project is the biggest one yet and has some of the best music I've ever heard. Most of the album tracks are also available using http://www.ocremix.org/, but all the tracks are at the albums home page which is http://ff7.ocremix.org/tracks/. There are lots of other albums worth checking out, the link to most of those albums is at the ocremix home page. This site deserves a lot of attention mainly because it's a cool place to hang out and the music downloads are completely legal and free.