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Sylvia Wong

Cantorion.org - 0 views

shared by Sylvia Wong on 24 Oct 12 - Cached
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    Great site and database for free sheet music, scores, Anthems and music listings. You can search by composers and download music in pdf form. There is also a music link that allow users to interact in a forum and share resources.
Zulkarnain K.

tunesBag - Your music anywhere & anytime - 0 views

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    tunesBag is an online audio library where you can upload your own music. The product enables you to listen to your tracks and playlists from any computer connected to the internet. tunesBag can only be used to manage music you already have. You can share your library with friends according to the law in Austria (Privatkopie).
Diego Morelli

Online Music & P2P Networks: artists-to-fans-to-artists - 2 views

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    A new blog is officially online for discussing music on the Web, with debates on payments to artists and issues related to copyright. It's called a2f2a (artists to fans to artists), and here's the mission statement as stated on the blog page: (continue...)
Diego Morelli

Trent Reznor, Trolls & Anonymous Posts on Social Media - 0 views

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    Trent Reznor decided to quit social media, or Twitter at least, as you may already know. As he stated quite clearly, he finally found out that "the problem with really getting engaged in a community is getting through the clutter and noise." (continue...)
Marcel Weiss

Grooveshark - 0 views

  • Grooveshark is a web-based application for sharing music within a music of music lovers. We distribute DRM-free MP3s across a mostly p2p network. The basic actions a user can take are outlined below.
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started by syukron nuryadi on 01 Jan 14 no follow-up yet
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Is English Language So Popular because of the USA? - 0 views

Americans might tend to inflate the influence of the United States in the history of the spread of English. Before the World Wars, particularly WWII, the US was a bit player on the world stage. The...

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ProgrammableWeb: Web 2.0 Mashup Matrix - 1 views

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    An experimental matrix of Web 2.0 mashups.
    Usage: Hover the cursor over any cell in the matrix. A small box gives details on mashups for that API combination. Top links in hover box bring you to that API's reference page. Links in body of hover box take you directly to the mashup. Not all combinations have mashups & only those with the 'º' indicator currently have entries. Cells at the intersection of same API (ex: Amazon+Amazon) list any other examples for that API.

    Note that there are two views into the matrix: the default view shows only those APIs for which mashups have been added to the database. The second view shows all APIs regardless of whether there's currently a mashup registered. It's big. Definitions: What is a mashup anyway? As always, it's good to check Wikipedia's definition, but essentially a "mashup" is a web-based application built through (creative) combination of data from multiple sources. Often, but by no means always, this data is retrieved by using a vendor's API such as those listed here. (An API? Also at Wikipedia.) Some recent press may also help explain: BusinessWeek's "Mix, Match and Mutate", The Economist's "Mashing the Web". Background: This is an experiment. It is intended to be both a reference point and also a visualization. What you see here today will change both in content and form shortly. I am quite interested in seeing the 'space' in which mashups exist. Clearly, some APIs such as Google Maps, appear to be more widely used than others. UI Issues: Cross-browser support is good but not complete. Sometimes it can b
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