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Tickets went on sale today for two of the venues performing Veterans Day concerts featuring my music! The concerts benefit K9s for Warriors, a Florida charity that rescues, trains, and pairs service dogs to returning soldiers who need them. The performers are: the Sovereign Brass and Trinity Prep High School Choir. Featuring all new music […]

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Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 at 23:50 | no comments

Somehow, I’d missed this earlier. Ever wonder what the football players are saying in the huddle, or what their coach is screaming from the sideline? Well, watch this and you’ll know: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zce-QT7MGSE

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Sunday, December 1st, 2013 at 14:39 | no comments

Well I’m not having much luck. Today, I lost a router. The short version is, as a result, the website was down for at least 4 hours that I’m sure of, maybe longer. I think I’ve got things cobbled together and everything appears to be working again, but this is sort of a temporary solution […]

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Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011 at 21:50 | no comments

Short article by Richard Koman on the crazy situation in copyright if you are trying to figure out if a work is still under copyright or in the public domain. He has a link to the tree view chart on Copyright Law that can be found at CopyrightData.com. Richard’s article can be found here at […]

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Sunday, May 10th, 2009 at 15:02 | no comments

Mark Helprin, author of A Solder of the Great War and Winter’s Tale wrote an op-ed in the New York Times two years ago arguing for further extension of copyright protection. He wrote a book, solidifying his argument, called Digital Barbarism: A Writer’s Manifesto. If Helprin is right, then I can’t share his persuasive arguments […]

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Saturday, May 2nd, 2009 at 14:49 | no comments

There’s a performance going on of John Cage’s As Slow As Possible in Halberstadt, Germany. BBC’s Steve Rosenberg was there for a rare chord change, the 7th, in the concert that started in 2001. I’d go, but the good part doesn’t happen for another couple of hundred years. I probably won’t make the ending either, […]

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Sunday, April 19th, 2009 at 22:06 | no comments

Great article on why upload speed matters. While cable companies continue to advertise ever faster download speeds, upload speeds are not keeping pace, are seldom advertised and may be downright difficult to find listed in the fine print. It’s the two-way nature of the internet that is revolutionary, that we can be both content providers […]

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Friday, February 8th, 2008 at 16:53 | no comments

The internet has been running out of addresses for some time now. Fortunately, IPv6 gives us 10 billion billion billion times as many as we had before. Yup, that’s about 5 X 10 to the 28th power addresses for each of the 6.5 billion people alive today. In practice they won’t all be used, the […]

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Tuesday, February 5th, 2008 at 16:58 | no comments

“We’re going to need the rest of the world to bail us out.” So says Robert Reich, Bill Clinton’s Secretary of Labor. See the article on Salon.

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Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008 at 16:49 | no comments

11% of Americans would be okay with implanting a device in their head that allowed them to directly access the Internet. See the article at Broadband Reports.com.

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Monday, October 29th, 2007 at 16:43 | no comments