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Announcing Chimp Foot.

Jono Bacon - Mon, 20/04/2015 - 17:22

I am delighted to share my new music project: Chimp Foot.

I am going to be releasing a bunch of songs, which are fairly upbeat rock and roll (no growly metal here). The first tune is called ‘Line In The Sand’ and is available here.

All of these songs are available under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license, which means you can download, share, remix, and sell them. I am also providing a karaoke version with vocals removed (great for background music) and all of the individual instrument tracks that I used to create each song. This should provide a pretty comprehensive archive of open material.

Please follow me on SoundCloud and/or on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

Shares of this would be much appreciated, and feedback welcome for the music!?

It's not about blame.

Dick Turpin - Mon, 20/04/2015 - 16:24
Webmaster: "So what you're really saying is you've broken it?"
Me: "Listen, it's not about Ooo did what..."
Webmaster: "So I was right, you did break it?"
Me: "I think we should focus on the solution to the problem..."
Webmaster: "You broke it and you want me to fix it."
Me: "If by fix it you mean restore the image you have, then yes."
Webmaster: "You broke it."
Me: "I'm telling my mum!"

Automated twitter compilation up to 19 April 2015

David Goodwin - Sun, 19/04/2015 - 06:00

Arbitrary tweets made by TheGingerDog up to 19 April 2015

Open Source, Makers, and Innovators

Jono Bacon - Tue, 14/04/2015 - 16:59

Recently I started writing a column on opensource.com called Six Degrees.

They just published my latest column on how Open Source could provide the guardrails for a new generation of makers and innovators

Go and read the column here.

You can read the two previous columns here:

Orrible.

Dick Turpin - Tue, 14/04/2015 - 15:15
Engineer: "Pete, the van has a puncture."
Me: "Bwahahaha"
Engineer: "Where's the spare wheel?"
Me: "Bwahahaha"
Engineer: "Seriously, where's the spare wheel?"
Me: "Under the back, Bwahahahaha"

A little while later.

Engineer: "I've found the nut in the back to release the wheel holder, only one problem, I don't have anything to undo the nut!"
Me: "Bwahahahaha."
Engineer: "You're an orrible caaant!"

On Account

Dick Turpin - Tue, 14/04/2015 - 13:54
Me: "Can I ask, is the reason you do not wish to proceed due to costs?"
Prospect: "That and the fact you asked for payment before delivery of the goods. We do not pay for goods before we get them."

That's a novel idea, I must try that with Amazon.
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