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Grove City Presents The 5th Annual Winter Jazz Concert -A Must SEE!

| November 20, 2008 | 8 Replies
Grove City Presents The 5th Annual Winter Jazz Concert -A Must SEE!

The Grove City College Music Department Presents the 5th Annual Winter Jazz Concert Directed By Dr. Joseph M. Pisano on December 5th, 2008 at 8:00 p.m. This concert features two full Big Bands with a variety of traditional jazz and Christmas favorites and will be held at the Pew Fine Arts Center of Grove City […]

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How Most Non-Tech Savvy People Feel About The Analog To Digital TV Conversion

| November 19, 2008 | 2 Replies
How Most Non-Tech Savvy People Feel About The Analog To Digital TV Conversion

This is probably the funniest video I’ve ever seen about the “simplicity” of changing over to the new Digital Television Broadcast Air Signal that is coming, by mandate, in February of 2009. One of my students sent this to me and told me that it reminded them of one of my tech. classes (this year) […]

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Odds And Ends For November

| November 18, 2008 | Reply
Odds And Ends For November

Well, I haven’t been able to keep up with MusTech.Net this semester as much as I would like. I’m hoping my schedule will clear a little so that I can write about some of the many cool things that I’m working on both with faculty and colleagues and my students in the VERY near future. […]

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Humanities And History Professors Take Note: Google Earth Rebuilds Rome…

| November 12, 2008 | 2 Replies
Humanities And History Professors Take Note: Google Earth Rebuilds Rome…

Humanities and History Profs. and Teachers, if you’re teaching a segment on Rome, prepare to have one of the COOLEST editions to your arsenal of worn out slides, standard power point presentations, faded book pictures, and dusty chalkboard outlines… Google Earth now has completely rebuilt Rome in a navigable, downloadable, and freely available sketchup for the Google […]

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The New Look Of SoundTree

| November 9, 2008 | 2 Replies
The New Look Of SoundTree

I was alerted to a number of broken links on my site via a really cool WordPress plugin called broken link checker, and I saw that a number of my SoundTree links were coming up broken.  So I went to their site and low-and-behold, a new look and some internal site moving (complete with changed URLs)!   I […]

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Less Than Two Months To Go For The ME Blogger Campaign -Only 10 spots left!

| November 3, 2008 | Reply
Less Than Two Months To Go For The ME Blogger Campaign -Only 10 spots left!

Well, it’s been long and hard but we’re seeing light at the end of the proverbial tunnel.  I can’ t believe how many music educators are now blogging.   When I first started this campaign in January, you could barely find a music education blogger using Google, now they’re everywhere  -which is a very good thing! […]

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Last Chance To Get In On The November Music Education Blog Carnival!

| October 30, 2008 | 4 Replies
Last Chance To Get In On The November Music Education Blog Carnival!

Here ye, Here ye, and LADIES AND GENTLEMEN… You only have about a day left to submit your entry for the 5th Edition of the Music Education Blog Carnival being hosted by Travis J. Weller at http://tjweller.wordpress.com (Composing Like Mad). You can find out the latest information about the Blog Carnival Here: http://mustech.net/muscarn Make sure you […]

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