This will become a collection of thoughts about education and to start us off a talk by Ken Robinson about the possibility that schools are taking away creativity.
My dad showed me a Disney Video many years ago at his then home in 3 hillside house, hillside close, and it made a significant and impression on me and having searched for it many times since then ( I always imagined Micky Mouse was in it), I believe I may have found it again… Read More Donald Duck in Mathmagic land
Jules has a Harley Benton GA15, it has dropped to half volume for some odd reason and we are unsure how to fix it?
Almost everything you wanted to know about Microphones, this is a fairly informative article about different types of Microphone. http://blog.shure.com/top-8-microphone-myths-exposed/
You would think you would simply Google ‘getting started with the Presonus Audio box and Garageband, what I found most frustrating were the “wild goose videos’ which did not really offer any value. This video answers the question perfectly.
The New York Time is a invaluable source of information, here are 182 sensible questions to think about. http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/06/13/182-questions-to-write-or-talk-about/?partner=rss&emc=rss
I enjoyed this website about Media and the Golden Age of Radio, The golden age of radio — the period when radio reached its peak popularity with general audiences — was in the 1930s and 1940s. Strangely, part of this period was during the great depression in North America when people were doing without most luxuries, and even a few… Read More A story about The Golden Age of Radio