Sunday, December 26, 2010

Synchronizing up to 25 Google Calendars and an iPhone: Update

Yesterday I noticed that my old instructions for synchronization of Google Calendars and iPhones/iPod Touches no longer work. (The steps seem to change once or twice a year?)

Here is how I made it work yesterday:
  1. Visit (in a desktop browser) the URL http://m.google.com/sync
  2. Under "Google Sync Setup Instructions," find iPhone, then click "Read Setup Instructions"
  3. It should take you to the page: http://www.google.com/support/mobile/bin/answer.py?answer=138740&topic=14252
  4. Follow the instructions until you reach the bottom of the page, then click on "choose which calendars to sync." (On that page, if you have a Gmail account, follow the instructions in the top section; if you use Google Apps, follow the instructions in the bottom section.)
  5. When instructed, visit (in the iPhone or iPod Touch Safari browser) either http://m.google.com/sync (for Gmail users) or http://m.google.com (for Google Apps users).
Note: Don't panic when the instructions mention "Microsoft Exchange"!
Good luck!

Friday, December 17, 2010

Graduate Recital at the Provo Tabernacle

18 April 1976, Provo Tabernacle
This was originally posted in 2008. Because of the fire at the Provo Tabernacle this week, I decided to re-date and repost it. Thanks for the memories!

While I'm reposting, here is what was on the program (for the record):
  • Dic nobis, Maria, by Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566)
  • Medio registro aldo de primer tono, by Francisco Peraza (1564-1598)
  • Tiento de quarto tono por E la mi a modo de Canción, by Francisco Correa de Araujo (1581?-1663)
  • Tiento lleno por B cuadrado, by Juan Cabanilles (1644-1712)
  • Prelude in E-flat Major, BWV 552, by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
  • Prélude, Fugue, et Variation, op. 18, by César Franck (1822-1890)
  • Chorale Preludes, by Max Reger (1873-1916):
    • Seelenbräutigam, op. 67, no. 35
    • Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern, op. 67, no. 49
  • Rhosymedre, by Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
  • Passacaglia, by Hans Friedrich Micheelsen (1902-1973)
    (Perhaps a little heavy on Spanish music at the beginning?)