links for 2006-11-07

  • Dilbert Comic Strip Archive – “Ratbert broke the Xbox.” “GAAA!!! I HAVE NOTHING!”
  • Dilbert Comic Strip Archive – “You’ve been acting strangely lately. Maybe you should cut down on the coffee.” “You have failed me. Feel the power of the Force!”
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  • Def Leppard – Have you Ever Needed Someone So Bad?
  • Batman 60’s TV Theme.mp3 (audio/mpeg Object)
  • The downloadable sheet music market has been constrained by reliance on proprietary binary formats. MusicXML is a new Internet-friendly format for representing sheet music and music notation. We introduce the basics of MusicXML design, using examples from
  • [Les Miserables] Do You Hear the People Sing? MIDI – MP3 – Sheet Music – Ringtone
  • Open Educational Music Library
  • When the time to complete a form needs to be minimized and the data being collected is mostly familiar to users (for instance, entering a name, address, and payment information in a check-out flow), a vertical alignment of labels and input fields is likel
  • “Get Back” is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney (though largely the work of McCartney), and originally released as a single credited to “The Beatles with Billy Preston” in 1969. It would later become the closing track of The Beatles’ last a
  • If your LCD screen has a stuck or dead pixel , it’s usually malfunctioning because the liquid in the liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) has not covered the whole screen. This can often be fixed.
  • Inside you will find lots of information including albums, band info, and even local music links. Also, Urge Music is available at our Online Music Store!
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