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Monthly Archives: April 2009
The mail I get from everyone is flattering. Glad I can help you guys out!
Its official – I’m featured on the iPhone: In addition, whenever I go live now I’m featured on the front page of Ustream.TV! You can see me here sitting next to Fox News’ Stream, as well as Chris Pirillo‘s, too. … Continue reading
Now you get to see all my imperfections! Here it is through Viddler: Here it is through Youtube: Here it is through Blip: The Viddler embed looks crisp – doesn’t it? What do you guys think? Blip, Youtube, Viddler, etc…
The other day Stephen Colbert was at New York’s Manhattan Bridges High School in order to interview Charles Best of Donors Choose.org. For those unfamiliar, Donors Choose is “an online organization that allows teachers to request needed funding from individual … Continue reading
“Be Yourself, because everybody else is already taken” My friend Shira Lazar shot this Twitter update and I thought it was the best thing I had read all month. This is true – because in a world where everybody is … Continue reading
Perhaps one of the coolest videos I’ve seen in a while. This piece of music and instrument by Felix Machines is astounding. I’m a big fan of Music Tech, and also prepared piano and new instruments – but this is … Continue reading
The other day I met up with Allon of Wix.com for a brief sit-down to learn more about this publishing platform. As you all know, I use WordPress because of my active blog, but Wix is something that has hit … Continue reading
Want to learn a song by Ear? Then turn to Hear and Play. Hear and Play is THE internet’s destination for learning piano and music pitch by ear. Hear and Play is one of my Sponsors (just wanted to disclose … Continue reading
Take breaks Finish what you start 20 minutes a day is better than practicing for 2 hours one day a week Be passionate Be patient!
Was it through my Twitter? Youtube? Website? Mailing List? Etc. Let me know!
Susan Boyle has experienced an overnight sensation. One minute prior to her performance, people were laughing, rolling their eyes, and snickering to each other. But she kept her poise, and in turn has generated over 30,000,000 Youtube hits, is currently … Continue reading