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Breadcrumbs for November 18th through 10:24

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Breadcrumbs

George Harrison visiting the Oval Office in 1974.
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These are my links for November 18th from 09:24 to 10:24:

  • Beatles hard days night mystery chord Solved with Fourier analysis | Noise Addicts music blog audio blog – Chaaaaaang!……
    “It’s been a hard day’s night
    And I’ve been working like a dog”

    This first chord that starts A Hard Day’s Night is one of the most recognizable and famous opening chords in rock & roll. It’s played by George Harrison on his 12 string Rickenbacker.

  • The Myth of Posse Comitatus – The Posse Comitatus Act has traditionally been viewed as a major barrier to the use of U.S. military forces in planning for homeland defense.[1] In fact, many in uniform believe that the act precludes the use of U.S. military assets in domestic security operations in any but the most extraordinary situations. As is often the case, reality bears little resemblance to the myth for homeland defense planners. Through a gradual erosion of the act’s prohibitions over the past 20 years, posse comitatus today is more of a procedural formality than an actual impediment to the use of U.S. military forces in homeland defense.
  • Subliminal pattern recognition and RSS readers – Tarina – Teemu Arina’s blog on networked learning, knowlege and collaboration in organizations”I’ve done one statement a number of times: information overload is an opportunity for pattern recognition and thus leads to better abilities to sense what is going on and how to respond to it. Therefore, information overload is actually a good thing. Obviously it brings anxiety at certain times, but if you position yourself with it in a different attitude based on the flow/perceiving metaphor rather than collection/consumption metaphor, you will have much easier time coping with it”
  • wikiHow – The How-to Manual That You Can Edit – wikiHow is a collaborative writing project to build the world’s largest, highest quality how-to manual. With your edits, we can create a free resource that helps millions of people by offering solutions to the problems of everyday life. wikiHow currently contains 46,741 articles — written, edited, and maintained primarily by volunteers. Please join us by writing on a topic not yet covered, or editing an article that someone else has started.
  • A List Apart: Articles: A More Useful 404 – Encountering 404 errors is not new. Often, developers provide custom 404 pages to make the experience a little less frustrating. However, for a custom 404 page to be truly useful, it should not only provide relevant information to the user, but should also provide immediate feedback to the developer so that, when possible, the problem can be fixed.
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