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Noteworthy Site Find #1: K-12 Resources for Music Educators

| September 18, 2006 | 1 Reply
Noteworthy Site Find #1: K-12 Resources for Music Educators

    K-12 Resources for Music Educators The K-12 Resource has been around for a very long time (1995) and is one of the best kept caches of “weblinks” available for musicians as well as music educators. Although the site doesn’t offer much in the way of “frills”, the content contained within is a real treasure. The biggest […]

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MIDI standards, a brief history and explanation

| September 15, 2006 | Reply
MIDI standards, a brief history and explanation

Tttphe Music Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) standard has been around for a long time. Although many of us still think of MIDI as a “newer” technology, Midi has been around longer than any student enrolled in their undergraduate, graduate, and for most, their doctoral programs! The initial MIDI specification was developed in 1982 and various […]

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Follow along with all the current news on my site…

| September 11, 2006 | Reply
Follow along with all the current news on my site…

In addition to comments made here at JPisano.com make sure you are getting all my product reviews and op-eds by subscribing to my main News Feed at [tag]Feedburner.com[/tag]. You can subscribe from the side bar on this site or send your web browser to http://feeds.feedburner.com/musictechnology. You will not be disapointed! http://mustech.net Main Site: http://www.jpisano.com    […]

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Incredible Windows XP shortcuts and tips you WISH you knew before you read this! -Part I

| September 11, 2006 | 8 Replies
Incredible Windows XP shortcuts and tips you WISH you knew before you read this! -Part I

People say I’m a “wiz” at computers. People are amazed at how I “fly” through computer screens, dialog boxes and speed through applications. I’m often asked “How did you do that!?!” It’s pretty simple: I read the instructions. Sometimes- I even buy books about computers and read the help files. Nothing too fancy. ;) I […]

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Trackbacks, ping-bud-a-bing!

| September 10, 2006 | 23 Replies
Trackbacks, ping-bud-a-bing!

Legitimate and authenticated trackbacks, posted by active bloggers are rapidly becoming the currency of blogging. When someone takes an interest in what you have to say, on your blog, they have two options available to them if they want to let you know: comments and trackbacks. Both are great ways to interact with others in […]

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Support Music, you like music don’t you?

| September 9, 2006 | 3 Replies
Support Music, you like music don’t you?

Music should be a part of every person’s education.  It certainly is part of every person’s life experience…  As you know, I am an advocate music and music education.  Many academics believe that music is not a “real” subject and that music is only an extracurricular activity.  Many administrators say that music costs to much […]

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SamDevol.com: “Devolishly” Clever, WordPress Wizardry!

| September 6, 2006 | 3 Replies
SamDevol.com: “Devolishly” Clever, WordPress Wizardry!

Sam Devol has done it again. As you might not expect from an ex-rocket mechanic, Sam has has taken away many of the complexities of operating WordPress and submits them to us in an EASY to understand manner. Sam has graciously created a “living” document that describes many ways to secure, maintain, use and fix […]

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