Posts tagged with “public domain”

I Will Press

This is the song that I initially wrote for the Christ Conduit Podcast in October of 2009. I rerecorded this song and submitted it to Nicole Bus in May of 2021 and won one of two producer kits she gave away, which included a microphone and isolation filter, monitor speakers, a USB MIDI keyboard and noise cancelling headphones that can connect via either bluetooth or a 3.5mm cable. Honestly I only wanted her to hear me. I didn't expect to win anything. But it really felt good to find out I had won, and this kit has gotten lots of good use since then, though I haven't got anything ready for release yet. This recording is released to the public domain by the author. Enjoy and be blessed.

Yeehaw! PicoSpeaker's official web site is up and fully functional.

I finally got it working. I will still use the Git repository on Gitlab, but PicoSpeaker, my flexible interface to SVox Pico on Linux, now has a fully functional web site at project is abandoned, website no longer works. And, in the traditional Kyle style, the full site source code is released into the public domain, and can be downloaded by clicking the bright green box at the bottom of any page. Enjoy, and God bless.

PicoSpeaker gets a new home

My little PicoSpeaker program is moving into a new home. The Git repo will still be on Github Gitlab where it's always been where it moved after the Microsoft takeover, but the downloads and all information about the program will soon be available from its official web site official website, now defunct. Enjoy the new look. Wow! I didn’t know I could do all this free of charge! Waaaaay cool!

Between the two thieves
Our LORD died to save us all
But death lost its grip

Psalm 23
A Psalm of David.

1 The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
2 He makes me to rest in green pasture, and leads me by the still waters.
3 He restores my soul, and leads me in the paths of righteousness for his Name’s sake.
4 Yes, though I should walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for you are with me: your rod and your staff, they comfort me.
5 You prepare a table before me in the sight of my adversaries: you anoint my head with oil, and my cup runs over.
6 Doubtless kindness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, and I shall remain a long season in the house of the Lord.

This passage is taken from an updated version of the Geneva Bible in modern English. This version is a work in progress, and in most cases, a passage is edited from the original Geneva translation immediately before it is posted. The original text of the Geneva Bible is available from the Crosswire Bible Society.