I am in the process of creating a new desktop interface for Subsonic and hope to have a beta version up for download in a couple of months.
Posts tagged ‘oss’
*** Please read Last.fm’s response below ***
Last.fm has changed their API; for those who are not programmers, an API (application programming interface) is a set of routines that allow a program to make requests to another program or web service. In and of itself, changing an API is not a bad thing and, in many cases, can be quite beneficial. For instance, adding new features to an API can allow programmers more options for interracting with the product.
Recently, I found a couple of items that may be useful to those who play – or would like to learn to play – guitar. The first is a program that extends the functionality of tabs that you download. While the second is a great online resource – not just for tabs, but also for lessons, reviews, and forums.
On Wednesday, I listened to my MP3 player for the first time while at the gym and realized the choice of music can have a dramatic effect on one’s workout experience. Pacing, rhythm, and consistency – of both an individual song and of the entire play list ? are all important factors to consider. Continue reading ‘BPMs at the gym matter’ »