Here are a list of interesting music projects. Classifiers and Curators * Music Map [https://developers.musimap.net/] is attempting to create a database that organizes music into emotional categories. Geocaching * Track Dropper [https://vimeo.com/14712960] is a geo caching game that is really novel. Social Listening * &chill [https://andchill.
Annuities are cool. They're fixed payments over a period of time. If you're living in England, there's another financial product called a consol that is an annuity that pays out in perpetuity. Amazing. Below are simplified examples of how to calculate present value and future value for annuities. I wasn't
ISRC stands for International Standard Recording Code [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Standard_Recording_Code] is pretty much like the audio equivalent of a GS1 US [https://www.gs1us.org/] for barcodes and product identification. According to GS1 US: > GS1 standards allow you to easily identify, manage, and share
Amazon acquired a company called Elemental [https://techcrunch.com/2015/09/03/amazon-acquires-elemental-technologies-for-a-reported-500-million-in-cash/] back in 2015 and has now released a suite of products to help broadcasters (big and small) distribute and syndicate video online. Think of Elemental as Amazon's in-house solution to Adobe's defunct Flash Media Server [https://aws.
As a website (or app manager), I oftentimes ask myself this question, "How many users are we sending to our external partner sites? Also, how many are we sending on a monthly basis?" Google Tag Manager [http://www.amazeemetrics.com/en/blog/google-tag-manager-tutorial-part-1-tracking-outbound-links-gtm-version-2] can certainly help you answer this question
I like this quote because it helps me understand the trade-off music will experience as it transitions from an analog medium to a digital one. > It could be argued, then, that as the formats music is stored on become less material and increasingly stripped of visual dimensions (album covers, reproduction
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