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There’s a growing trend for distros to seek partnerships with hardware vendors, and this show we looked at the fruits of one such deal. After reviewing two laptops from a UK company that ship with Ubuntu MATE pre-installed, we wondered how beneficial this approach really could be in helping foster the greater adoption of Linux we all want to see.
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Down to the wire & nothing left to lose, we rebuild our live stream rig for the weekends big event & share the story of technical woes we’ve had to conquer.
Plus the Comcast merger falls flat, no upgrades for Apple Watch & more!
What’s really the key to detecting a breach before its become much too late? We’ll share some key insights, plus a technical breakdown of China’s great cannon & the new New French Surveillance Law that should be a warning to us all.
Plus a great round up, fantastic questions, our answers & much, much more!
Now we can start to take a look at the actual Impress application, and we begin by looking a how the program is laid out on the screen. Knowing where to find key features is important in using the program efficiently.
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Google's has launched 'Project Fi', a new MVNO. We debate whether the merits of the service. Plus Iran exaggerations, a new cybersecurity bill, apple rejecting pebble, dropbox notes & more!
Coming up this time on the show, we'll be chatting with Antoine Jacoutot about how M:Tier uses BSD in their business. After that, we'll be discussing the different release models across the BSDs, and which style we like the most. As always, answers to your emails and all the latest news, on BSD Now - the place to B.. SD.
In this episode I respond to one of the community-requested topics ("Music Theory") and try to explain what seventh chords are and why they are used. Below are some of the terms that I use in the course of the discussion.
Interval: The distance between two pitches (sounded either consecutively or simultaneously)
Consonance: Relatively stable sound between two or more pitches
Dissonance: Relatively unstable sound between two or more pitches. Dissonance often needs a "resolution" to consonance
Chord: three or more notes sounded together
Chord progression: a succession of chords
Triad: a chord with 3 pitches, the adjacent pitches separated by the interval of the 3rd.
Seventh chord: a chord with 4 pitches, the adjacent pitches separated by the interval of the 3rd.
Tonality: harmonic system that governs the use of major and minor keys
Tonic: the central tone of a piece of music
Mode: major or minor [e.g. Symphony no. 5 in C minor]
Modulation: the process of changing keys within a piece of music
Scale: Ascending or descending series of notes that define a key or tonality, with a specific arrangements of half-steps and whole-steps. Major and Minor scales are most common in Western music
Free public-domain music reference book: Music Notation and Terminology by Karl Wilson Gehrkens: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/19499 (see ch. 18)
Free Online Music Dictionary: http://dictionary.onmusic.org/
Juliet works as the Director of IT and Creative Services for Hearing Care Solutions. She made her way into the tech field because she likes money!