Monthly Archives: March 2009

A Coming Paradigm Shift in (Online) Music

FAßCINATED: “For starters, it seems to me that over the course of history very little of what we now think of as great music was produced specifically because the people making it were concerned about making the music a commercial … Continue reading

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A Coming Paradigm Shift in (Online) Music

FA??CINATED: “For starters, it seems to me that over the course of history very little of what we now think of as great music was produced specifically because the people making it were concerned about making the music a commercial success”I know m… Continue reading

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Trane practicing "Four"

An audio clip of John Coltrane practicing "Four" via Larrys Jazz Improvisation Page

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Musicians’ brains keep time–with one another

Scientific American Blog: “The synchrony was most prominent in the frontal and central parts of the brain that regulate motor function. ‘Whenever synchrony of behavior was high, synchrony of brain waves were also high,’ Ulman Lindenberger, a director the Max … Continue reading

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Musicians’ brains keep time–with one another

Scientific American Blog: “The synchrony was most prominent in the frontal and central parts of the brain that regulate motor function. ‘Whenever synchrony of behavior was high, synchrony of brain waves were also high,’ Ulman Lindenberger, a direc… Continue reading

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Canadian government eyes open source

Canadian government eyes open source, asks for feedback – Ars Technica: “The government of Canada has issued an official Request For Information (RFI) on open source software and is looking for feedback and public guidance to help shape procurement policies. … Continue reading

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Canadian government eyes open source

Canadian government eyes open source, asks for feedback – Ars Technica: “The government of Canada has issued an official Request For Information (RFI) on open source software and is looking for feedback and public guidance to help shape procuremen… Continue reading

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