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A sound pioneer’s resonating chords

// March 7th, 2011 // No Comments » // Cool Stuff, Life, Technology

An article published in The Jamaica Observer on my Grandfather, Leslie Galbraith:

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I have been following with considerable interest the reminiscences of Leslie Galbraith in fellow columnist Mark Wignall’s Sunday space about the part he and others played in the development of electronic sound reproduction in Jamaica.

As we are aware, the sound system is an outgrowth of radio, which, in its early incarnation, used vacuum tubes to snatch modulated magnetic radiation from the ether and convert it into a form the human ear can detect.

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All The Best for 2011

// December 31st, 2010 // 3 Comments » // Life

Hi Everyone,

This is an open letter to everyone with a dream. If there was one thing I learned about 2010, it is that all time is relevant and precious. Never before has time been such a limiting factor in my activities. It points out that if you want to get something done, then do it and if it works get a team to help manage it!

As time goes by don’t forget to learn something new every day. I have learned more this year than a combination of years before. Most of all, remember to learn from past mistakes

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there is no life, if you have no passion then I encourage you to find it ASAP!

Stay disciplined! I am talking about sticking to the plan, making the effort to get it done. I used to cringe at my mother always saying I have to keep all the balls juggling, but it truly is the only way, it is the only way to get it done, but as I mentioned above, you don’t have to do it all by yourself, build a framework for support before you need it. Also remember there are always exceptions to the rule, when you see opportunity, grasp it!

Appreciate your friends and family. This year I lost a close friend, it was a huge shock and very unexpected. I have also had very little contact with my father. Tell those close to you that you appreciate them and show it as much as possible. Never take a person for granted, be a help not a bother.

Nothing in life comes easy, someone had to work for it. If it came easy for you then thank those who made it easy for you and if the road is hard thank God for strengthening you. Remember perseverance is key, don’t give up! Also don’t make life complicated for yourself, avoid drama and keep it as stress-free as possible.

Give back as much as possible, not necessarily money, but time and even common courtesy, remember we are all human regardless of background. All the best for 2011, to you and yours.


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