Until a couple of weeks ago I’ve kind of missed the paleo diet hype, but lately everywhere I look this ‘caveman diet’ shows up, even in articles about running. I’m perfectly happy with my diet, so I’m not planning to switch to the (incompatible) paleo. But since I found a couple of false claims so support the paleo diet I couldn’t resist doing a little research. It seems like most paleo supporters really try to convince everyone that it’s the only healthy option. It turns out they’re probably wrong.
Working on a website or theme is easier to do locally. Unfortunately it’s not that straightforward to get things running. A search on the internet gave a couple of solutions of which some didn’t work and others seemed to insecure for me. So here’s my problem and solution.
Thee Petrucci Music Library is one of the large collections of classical sheet music on the internet. With a bit of searching you can also find some nice folk collections. In Köhler’s Violin Repository of Dance Music you can find a few numbers of Köhler’s The Musical Treasury (1885). In total there’s hundreds of hornpipes, quadrilles, waltzes etcetera. Written for one or two violins, but of course also playable on other instruments.
Just had a look at the progress on the Kryptos cipher. The final 97 characters still haven’t been cracked. At the end of last year Jim Sanborn revealed that characters 64-69 decode to ‘BERLIN’. Since all of these characters are in the code, some kind of permutation is still possible. A combination with substitution is of course also a possibility.Read More
A new game is Ordo, you have to reach the other side of the board while keeping your pieces connected. You can find the rules online. On the Ordo site you can also download your own board for printing.
This is a melodeon waltz I wrote for a musical week on l’Aunay Brûlé in France.
After moving around for a while this music manuscript ended up on the page Oude en Nieuwe Hollantse Boerenlieties en Contredansen.