Tuesday Tunes!

I was so excited yesterday…I thought that my computer issues had miraculously resolved themselves, somehow! I managed to record 12 minutes of gaming footage for the first time since February of this year – but was unable to upload it to YouTube, which should have told me that there was still a problem. When I tried to do a test broadcast, it was CRASH city all over again, and now it’s back to the same old, same old crash and burn when I try to record. Back to square one! On the plus side, though, I managed to get my webcam to work…it didn’t like the USB ports on the topside, but had no issues with the ones on the back of the computer – there are four in all on the back, and three on the top – so I’ll be able to do some vlog tests soon! With One Tamriel launching tomorrow, there’s a 50 / 50 chance that gaming will be a hassle while the ZOS people do their expected, post-launch hotfixes – so I might have time before the weekend! Feel free to check out the gaming footage here, if you’re so inclined.

I’m going to do a bit of grinding for now…I need to get a few of my toons to veteran level, and I’ve neglected my poor guild horribly lately – I need to do some recruiting, LOL!

In the meantime, enjoy these three random songs – cheers, all!

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Entrepreneurs Andrew Colom and David Alade Work to Rebuild Detroit One House at a Time

So many people say negative things about the Motor City, and deserted it – here are two men who want to do something positive in it!
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GOOD BLACK NEWS

Andrew Colom (l) and David Alade (r) [photo via Century Partners]

article by Rochelle Riley via Essence.com

Andrew Colom, 33, and David Alade, 29, ditched jobs in real estate and banking to start Century Partners, a development firm aimed at revitalizing neighborhoods in the Motor City. The duo also uses the biz to help Detroit’s Black residents build wealth.

What inspired you both to move to Detroit?

Andrew Colom: About five years ago, when I was a real estate developer in Mississippi, I was raking leaves in front of a house before showing it. I was listening to an audio book, Arc of Justice, about Ossian Sweet (a Black Detroit home owner acquitted of murder after he defended his new home against a White mob in 1925). I was thinking about the stories of people who were struggling during the Great Migration, and it sort…

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