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Drumsound & Bassline Smith ft. Conor Maynard - Catch Me Here

The first time I heard this record I got this instant image of being 18 and just starting uni, moving to a new city and not knowing a single person trying to dive into ‘Freshers Week’ but also gazing out you room in halls overlooking some city in the big bad north missing home…….God I wish I went to uni and had fun… 95 more words

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Guitar Mastery Method

Have you ever wanted to know how professional guitarist made it to the level that they are at? You know, like Jimmy Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, or even Les Paul etc… I mean trust me they were complete lengends and are still legends as we speak. 228 more words

Dag Wirén: Serenade for Strings, op. 11

performed by the English Chamber Orchestra under Johannes Somary

I wanted to share a quote here of the composer expressing his desire to write music “to entertain and please, and compose listener-friendly ‘modern’ music,” as paraphrased in his… 1,096 more words


SQL Server - Why storing dates as strings is a bad idea

Consider the following value: ’01-02-10′.  Is it the 1st February 2010?  Is it the 2nd of January 2010?  Is it the 10th of February 2001? 265 more words

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Currently Listening to...Johnny Be Good, Persian Version

These guys never take themselves too seriously. Their mixture of folk, prose and classical Persian music is made contemporary by their approach.

Velshodegan are composition, voice and tar – M. 25 more words


SBSTR1 - Substring Check (Bug Funny)

Problem statement: SBSTR1

The solution has to be written in BF and I am sorry that you came here looking for an editorial. You were actually looking for a solution. 17 more words


Feudal Japan is a terrifying playground in Kubo and the Two Strings

‘If you must blink, do it now.’ These words are spoken at the start of Kubo and the Two Strings by our protagonist and set the tone for the rest of the film, which talks to its young audience in a straight forward and non-patronising way throughout. 658 more words

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