What's going on with Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes, from day to day...
The YouTube video for "Hush, there's a baby!" has just his 200,000 views!
I know it's not Justin Bieber, but it's still pretty good - see for yourself - and share with your friends:
The new batch of "King Seekers" CDs has arrived - get yours now!
BBC Radio 4's "You and Yours" programme have just had an item all about children and teenagers using computers. It's prompted me to get "AppTimer.net" available online...
AppTimer.net is a little computer program I've been using with my kids for a few years now.
It helps you to manage how much time they spend on the computer. You give them, say, an hour a day of time on Internet Explorer, and once they start using Internet Explorer AppTimer.net starts counting down the hour. They get a warning when the time's nearly up, and then at the hour Internet Explorer is shut down, and can't start again til the next day.
They'll hate you for a day or two when you install this, so make sure you have a decent conversation with them about why you're doing it. One day, they'll be glad you did it, and they'll thank you. You'll be glad every day, when you actually get a chance to talk to them.
It's still in BETA form (the network communication part of it works but not perfectly), and it's FREE, and you can get it here: http://www.maynardsgroovytunes.co.uk/store/apptimer-net-kids-computer-timer-beta.html
There are more pictures on the website: apptimer.net
Hope it helps - just email via the contact form for support.
This Children's Christmas Carol has been really popular this year - loads of people are searching for it, loads are downloading it as PDF sheet music, and as an MP3 file. I hope you're enjoying it - here are the links you need if you want to listen, or get hold of it:
Listen to "Hush! There's a baby..." :: Get the PDF Sheet Music of "Hush! There's a baby..." :: Get the MP3 Download of "Hush! There's a baby..." :: Watch the YouTube vid of "Hush! There's a baby..." :: Other Christmas Songs on the Jukebox :: Other Christmas Songs / Carols in the Store
I've made a small app for our home computers that manages the time the kids spend surfing etc...
And I'm now working on packaging it up so that everyone can have it!
It's called "AppTimer.net" and there's a preview at, yes, you've guessed it, AppTimer.net