Technology

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Ardour

Ardour

Ardour by Paul Davis of Amazon, is an Open Source DAW, or Digital Audio Workstation, with a feature set that rivals that of commercially available software. Read More

BatchGeo

BatchGeo is an elegant solution generates a Google map with location markers from just about any data set of locations. It is really handy for adding maps. Read More

Built In Obsolescence

Built in obsolescence, also known as planned obsolescence, is the practice of some manufacturers to design products to fail within a planned life expectancy. Read More
CakePHP

CakePHP

CakePHP is a robust open-source MVC framework for web developers. It provides solid database, file, and directory naming patterns and code generation tools. Read More

Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a programming language that allows for a separation of content and formatting and is standard for all presentation on the web. Read More
Circuit Modeling

Circuit Modeling

With the advent of digital signal processing it became possible to model the behavior of individual components within a circuit. Read More

Computer Brain Syndrome

Computer Brain Syndrome include a short attention span, eye strain, blurry farsighted vision, carpal tunnel, bad posture, back problems, and neck tension. Read More

Cubase

Cubase is a digital audio workstation (DAW) for music composing and audio recording. It was originally developed for the Atari system in 1989 to support MIDI. Read More

DRY Programming

DRY programming stands for Don't Repeat Yourself. In software development it is extremely important to consolidate logic into reusable methods and widgets. Read More

Foxhole Radio

A Foxhole Radio is the kind of radio that was sometimes used during World War II in foxholes so soldiers could listen into radio stations playing music. Read More
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