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Sonic Pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone

Sonic Pi - The Live Coding Music Synth for Everyone

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raspberry_pi:diy [ PIRATEBOX ] Raspberry Pi(rate)Box 1.1.4 is now available for download via BitTorrent! See our easy DIY instructions below for details on how to build your own Pi(rate)Box. And learn more about the PirateBox project here. Responsive design for ease of use with phones and tablets; UPnP Media Server for local streaming of movies and songs; Image and Message Board for 4chan-like functionality; chat room for anonymous communications; browser-based file sharing system! Creating your first program This project will show you how to create your first program using Python, the programming language for beginners. First of all we need to install the programming software Geany, we are using the Fedora operating system for this tutorial. In the Gnome system menu, go to Accessories and select Root Terminal. You may be asked to enter the root password to continue. We will now use the command terminal to download and then install the Geany programming software.

P5js typo by b2renger A repo to experiment (have fun) with typography using p5*js and Rune.font Interactive demos : Tools Drawing Framework p5xjs this is our drawing library, it's used to setup the page, the canvas, programm the behaviors of animated objects etc. 20 Important Benefits of Music In Our Schools - National Association for Musi... 20 Important Benefits of Music In Our Schools This article original appeared on Bachelors Degree. Nearly everyone enjoys music, whether by listening to it, singing, or playing an instrument. But despite this almost universal interest, many schools are having to do away with their music education programs. This is a mistake, with schools losing not only an enjoyable subject, but a subject that can enrich students’ lives and education.

Table of contents Mannequin.js is a simple library of an articulated mannequin figure. The shape of the figure and its movements are done purely in JavaScript. The graphics is implemented in Three.js. Click on an image to open a live demo. This is the fourth incarnation of the mannequin figure. The first one was implemented in Elica. Raspberry Pi Email Server The RasPi’s small size and low power consumption make it an ideal choice for use as a home email server. After trying a couple of different pieces of software, I finally found an excellent combination: Postfix with Dovecot and Squirrelmail, plus Spamasssassin and Sieve for spam filtering. There are many, many tutorials out there for the first trilogy of programs, but since the configuration is slightly different for each distribution I kept coming unstuck when setting mine up on the Pi. Having finally got mine configured properly, I’ve put together a set of 5 tutorials, which will take you from a vanilla Raspbian image to a fully functioning email server in no time. When writing the tutorial I made an effort to explain what each setting does instead of just dumping commands.

Using an External Drive as a Raspberry Pi Root Filesystem One of the more noticeable limitations of the Raspberry Pi is using an SD card for its main storage. If you've been using a Pi for a while, you might be looking for more storage, faster access times, or media with a longer lifespan than many SD cards turn out to have. For example, I'm working on a project to configure a set of custom Raspbian images to support some Adafruit hardware. I'd like to write a script to automate the process, but doing so will take quite a bit of storage space, and copying multi-gigabyte files can be pretty slow on an SD card. One approach to this is to copy your root filesystem to an external drive, connected via USB, and tell the kernel to use this filesystem instead of one on the SD card. Other potential uses include:

Programming Design Systems “We are now in transition from an object-oriented to a systems-oriented culture. Here change emanates, not from things, but from the way things are done.” Jack Burnham (1968), Systems Esthetics If I asked you to define the role of a graphic designer, what would it be? Want to 'train your brain'? Forget apps, learn a musical instrument The multimillion dollar brain training industry is under attack. In October 2014, a group of over 100 eminent neuroscientists and psychologists wrote an open letter warning that “claims promoting brain games are frequently exaggerated and at times misleading”. Earlier this year, industry giant Lumosity was fined $2m, and ordered to refund thousands of customers who were duped by false claims that the company’s products improve general mental abilities and slow the progression of age-related decline in mental abilities.