Monthly Archives: July 2008

Chronic distraction

One of the principle challenges that I face, in trying to take Ambisonia to the next level, is focus. I enjoy keeping up to date with all the latest new ‘communication’ patterns created by the Internet … blogs, microblogging (twitter, … Continue reading

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Here’s a solution to music piracy…

Imagine if you downloaded an MP3 (or uncompressed WAV) from a site … which had no DRM (Digital Rights Management) in it whatsoever … yet when someone else listened to it (whether on your gear, or by copying the file) … Continue reading

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long-sighted vision.

Long sighted vision is my strength. But it is also a weakness. I am so focused on the long-term that I trip over small barriers in the short term. That said, I think it is better to have long-term vision … Continue reading

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Process (or Procedure)

My ‘paid’ work, at the moment, is in ITSM (IT Service Management). Its all about companies that have huge IT networks/systems … and making sure that these IT systems keep running smoothly. I’ve never really worked for a large company… … Continue reading

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Search volume on “Surround Sound” decreasing

According to Google Trends less and less people have been googling “Surround Sound” since 2004. But at the same time, there’s an increasing volume of “news references”. I’m not sure what this means. It could mean that the Audio (hardware) … Continue reading

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