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    Default Mezzmo 5.0.3 : music files often with "*"

    For a long time, I refused to get a cell phone. I hated those men who tie golf courses by talking at full volume into a secretaryor a stockbroker when it is their turn to hit, and I hated the idea of losing my ability to inform folks, Sorry, for the next fourhours I'm going to be utterly impossible to reach. One of the great things about playing with golf is that it takes up virtuallyyour whole mind and prevents you from thinking about the things that keeps you awake at night time. A ringing mobile phone breaksthat spell--and not just for the phone's owner, but also for everybody within earshot.
    I still despise all that, but I really doown a mobile phone now, and I have discovered that it's a golf-related redeeming feature: When you use a mobile phone to tell yourwife that you might be just a teensy little late for dinner with her parents, the caller ID on the kitchen phone displays yourcell number, not the title of this golf course you're calling from. In exchange for surrendering one of those last remainingvestiges of your privacy, you gain the time you need to create and rehearse a stronger explanation. Isn't that all we can ask oftechnology? To improve our quality of life? E-mail along with the World Wide Web have made deeper encroachments into personalprivacy, but they, too, offer compensations to golfers. In the old times, arranging a game with friends could involve one hour ormore of high-risk telephone use, during which all the participants were nakedly vulnerable to detection by their spouse, kids orboss.
    Now, due to the Internet, you can handle it all quickly, softly and privately-and you get in trouble only for the rounds youactually play, not for the rounds you're unsuccessful in setting up. The only guys in my circle that are problematic are Nick,whose wife, Mary Anne, handles the e-mail for both of them, and Gene, who doesn't possess a computer. But luckily, Mary Anne likeshaving Nick out of the home, and Gene always receives the word finally--usually via phone from Nick. This past year I played around with a man who had just purchased a fancy laser range finder. It did not really seem all that useful to him : As is truewith most people, his main distance problem wasn't his uncertainty about his yardage but his uncertainty about whether he wasgoing to shirt his next shot or strike two inches behind it. Nevertheless, the moment I got home that day I went online andordered one for myself.
    My scope finder, I'm convinced, enables me to play faster on lessons I am unfamiliar with, because itquickly answers questions I would need to inquire if I didn't have it How far is the back of the green? How long is the haul onthat pond? Are those men from range yet? Zapping a remote flag using a range finder is not as disruptive to the flow of a golfround than aimlessly pacing a fairway, looking for a sprinkler head. In addition, I feel that my scope finder has helped me withshots inside a hundred yards, by providing me objective reference points for my so-called "feel" Additionally, carrying alaser-based measuring device in my golf bag is probably as close as I'm ever going to come to meeting a cherished youth dreamwning a beam gun. The best golf-technology innovation of the past decade is one which even anti-technology Neanderthals ought tolove: the growth of the hybrid. Hybrids, far from destroying golf, might actually save it, by making the game easier for peoplewho don't play it very well. (Old golf suggestion: How can you teach your spouse to play golf? Hybrids are so much easier to workwith than long irons which pros can view their advantages, and their prevalence with non-pros demonstrates that golf-equipmentmakers can convince us to buy new clubs without also forcing us to lengthen our golf courses. He's the author, most recently, ofSheetrack & Shellac: A Thinking Person's Guide to the Art and Science of Home Improvement, just out in paperback.
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    Can you please tell us what device you are streaming to and the device profile that is selected for the device in 'Media Devices' in Mezzmo?

    Mezzmo Android: Install it on your tablet, smartphone, Android TV or Amazon Fire to browse and stream files from your Mezzmo library to all your devices. Full details at
    Mezzmo for Kodi Add-on: Install it into Kodi to stream files from your Mezzmo library directly in Kodi. Full details at
    Mezzmo for Roku App: Install it onto your Roku to stream files from your Mezzmo library. Full details at
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