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Nostalgia is typing everything exactly as you see it printed

Usborne computing have released two new books for children to learn about computers and programming (they are Key Stage 1 level, if that means anything to you). ‘Lift The Flap Computers and Coding‘ and ‘Coding For Beginners Using Scratch‘ may be popular in school libraries in the next year or two, but it’s what Usborne released for free download next to these titles that excites me. The full range of their early 1980s Computer Guides… some of the books that started me programming on the ZX Spectrum. Including the classic ‘Computer Spacegames‘, which was the first of the guidebooks I remember. The full

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The SXSW Music Sampler for 2014 is now available

Over on SXSW Baby!, the annual 80 track sampler of the SXSW Music Festival has just been posted. Covering a wide range of musical styles, sounds, genres, and performers all playing in Austin this week and next, it brings together YouTube videos, Soundcloud clips, and other media in one handy file for you to unzip and pop on your current ‘device with an MP3 player’. DOWNLOAD the SXSW Baby! “Best of SXSW 2014″ sampler Mega.co.nz link (314 Mb) I wanted to create some great moments when listening to the songs, to have the music flow into each other, to have

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Some festive music? Here’s this year’s Christmas Rocktacular!

[audio:http://archive.org/download/TpnRockFriday20131120256Christmas2013/tpn_rock_friday_20131120_256_Christmas2013.mp3] MP3 File – Show Notes – Rock Show RSS Feed Every year I look out some great Christmas music online, avoiding the big name artists and million sellers you can hear on the radio and TV. They all feature in the ‘Christmas Rocktacular’ podcast which you can stream online, or download for free. Here’s this year’s festive collection. Under Your Christmas Tree, by Jericko Rose (Jericko Rose on Reverb Nation). O Come All Ye Faithfull, by Geoff Smith (thegeoffsmith.com). Christmas In A Cup, by Erica Sunshine Lee (ericasunshinelee.com). Broke The Bank This Christmas, by Mitch Benn (mitchbenn.com). St. Benedicts

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