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Sunday, May 20

Some geotag hash-caching of my recent past week; it was eventful and productive. Get a feverish au jour arts and culture inspiration slight travel shopping destiniaton frenzy of a within-walking distance destinations: DTLA day trip!

I come to the Stanley Mosk Courthouse front sidewalk concrete slabs over on to of the Grand Park Hill, as a homeless person at night, and sometimes during the day, to charge my device, and also because there are several possible free Wi-Fi internet connections available. Kendall’s Brasserie WiFi internet connection is the most reliable source of internet availability in that particular area.

On this night I was once again prolific on my iPigeon iPad Air and I planned some events on social media such as to perhaps attract some novel introverted attention towards myself, in that I announced that I would be playing a Chill Trap and Futurebass Mix Link to my favorite YouTube LP Mix in this genre (2) on my iPad in the early morning hours after the LA Times Food Festival and Patina Restaurant Group Kendall’s Brasserie pedestrian crowds died down, since I had brought my USB-powered 11 watt Go Groove speakers from Fry’s Electronics with me and the Cross DJ app I would be using was a new program that I had tried out using only a few times, at this point, although I found it to be immediately user-friendly and I had pulled off many several successfully delightful mixes, mashups, scratches, and transitions with Cross DJ. The performance was fairly bitchazzschazty, as expected, since the location is typically monitored and broadcast by night as an au jour locals walkthrough destination on the mornings after some slight yet recursively social-engineering needs-to have had you depravity occurs as a wash-up demographic on these high shores of Grand Ave. A civic center downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) destination at the center of commerce, culture, and process server taskbearers on top of Bunker Hill. The Los Angeles Cathédral, named Our Lady of the Saints,is right up and across the street, and several magnet schools are within walking distance. Needless to say, it’s one of the most paparazzi TMZ places to be seen in downtown Los Angeles, as far as getting a good and fair mix of what truly constitutes DTLA as far as pedestrians-passers-by.

I also spent a few hours on my iPigeon.Institute home exhibition « Au Jour Pigeons » in getting the ink brush illustrations (buy art supplies at Raw Materials LA, they have a rewards program!) digitally archived as original remakes from digital photograph by hand to get the images as rich vectors with a history from the original paper on my iPigeon iPad Air by using Adobe Draw from Apple’s iOS iTunes App Store which is a relatively simple program-as-concept, yet it is resolutely useful program beyond what it does, in and of itself. Combined with the Adobe Creative Cloud app, which integrates many aspects of ad hoc featuring and functionality of the other iOS app offerings within the Adobe suite of mobile programs. Adobe also offers the same app suite for the Google Android operating system in the Play Store. Apple’s latest offering of the 5th generation iPad is not only faster and cheaper, but also now allows users to make use of the Apple Pencil, which was previously only available for use on the iPad Pro. I made good use of the iPad Pro in action along with the Apple Pencil last year before my devices were stolen from me as a narcoleptic homeless person; a notable story during a time of au français personées développer to come, as I had recently encountered another young man as a washed-up DTLA narcoleptic. It had been a while since I had been laid upon true narcolepsy happenstance wherewithal. You can read about such similar occurrences; or perhaps much more delightfully, listen to them through iOS accessibility text-to-speech engine at various speeds, on one of my Tumblr blogs.

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