This New York band made some kick ass lemonade on the Subway after having their equipment stolen! On the road, they stopped to remember one made that helped them with the recipe… Advertisements
It was sung by Shang Wen-jie, the winner of last year’s “Super Voice Girl” singing contest in China. She just graduated from the Shanghai-based Fudan University as a French major. Here are the lyrics of that Quebec folk song: J’ai trouvé l’eau si belle que je m’y suis baigné. Il y a lontemps que je … Continue reading Song la claire fontaine
The debate and struggle in the school system over music education may get a little twist. Students from the Stanford Laptop Orchestra create music with their laptops instead of instruments. Ge Wang, the orchestra’s founder, has worked with students from music to engineering to develop their own software language, Chuck, to create and generate the … Continue reading Music & Technology – Match made?
As if Firefox couldn’t get any cooler, there is another add-on for your browser called FoxyTunes. No switching from app to browser and browser to app when you want to change the “channel” because with this simple toolbar at the bottom of your browser you can control your iTunes, WinAmp, or even Windows Media Player. … Continue reading Surf the web and control your music without leaving your browser
FREE apps worth more than their cost TED by venuem.com – This little app simply helps you search for TED TALKS on the TED.org website. If you haven’t heard of TED; you should check it out. There are some really fascinating people sharing their life’s work, intriguing topics and moving entertainment. I recommend Sir Ken … Continue reading No need to pay for iPhone Apps!