• heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 01:13 AM
    Ya, when I talked about "various tempos" I meant a single tempo in a song, but various tempos in various songs. I've found more flowery, prog-ish stuff when I googled "ambient". Can't it also be like that? Rather like this https://soundcloud.com/tippermusic/tipper-cosm-ambient-set
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Today, 12:28 AM
    @danno I found some things on my hard drive. Have a listen and let me know if contemporary audiences would like this kind of thing. I can easily produce lots more at various tempos and whatnot. :) Here and here
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:58 PM
    Good point. I guess every site visited with a facebook or google icon is already sending information given to that site to facebook and google. And since most sites have those icons, it's almost like our search histories are already pretty much being given to facebook and google. So the add-ons and privacy modes are supposed to stop that. But then you're right: i guess the ISP's are still going to have our search histories even if we are in the privacy modes of the browsers we use?
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:43 PM
    Thanks. Not acceptable, but it doesn't sound like we have a choice.
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:35 PM
    Thanks. Before tonight i had never heard of private browsing; thanks the article you provided has really good information: I usually use Google Chrome but installed Firefox with the add-on stated from your article (private window). Also from the article i listed above: So installed the Disconnect add-on for the Chrome browser. Will be interesting to see if these add-ons work and if purchases made from sites with the facebook icon still sends all that information from those sites to facebook. Thanks for your response.
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:31 PM
    Thanks. Was just reading the following about this: Facebook Is Tracking Your Every Move on the Web; Here's How to Stop It If all these companies are keeping our name, address, credit card info, and everything we purchase and read about already in a database file, I don't see how what Verizon and the ISPs could do would be any worse.
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:57 PM
    But how? Is there someplace on my harddrive they access to get my facebook id?
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:55 PM
    So i go to Amazon to buy a stadium chair. Amazon creates a random identifier and puts that identifier in a cookie on my computer. At the same time they create a new record in some remote database using that random identifier as a primary key. Amazon obtains my facebook id (I still don't understand how?) and stores my facebook id into that new record in that remote database. Into that record they also store my Amazon purchases including the stadium chair as well as my name, address, credit card information, etc. that i had to use to buy that stadium chair. Amazon sells this record that's in a remote database to DicksSportingGoods. DicksSportingGoods now has my facebook id as well as all my Amazon purchases and identifying information. DicksSportingGoods can then use my facebook id to advertise stadium chairs that they sell on my facebook wall. Is this correct?
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:28 PM
    I understand the first part, but not the second. :o So for example awhile back i went to Amazon and bought a stadium chair. Presumably Amazon put a cookie on my computer containing the product id of the stadium chair i bought. What i'm not following is how Amazon would know what my facebook id is -- especially if i'm logged out of facebook.
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:35 PM
    So you are saying the cookies contain my facebook id as well as the product ids of products I'm interested in and it is these cookies that are being sold by websites to other websites? And that these other websites have my facebook id from the cookie so that they can now directly advertise products I've previously looked for on my facebook wall? Would my facebook id be incorporated into a cookie from a website that contains a facebook icon if I was formally logged out of facebook?
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:13 PM
    Sorry, i don't understand. I don't use my last name in Facebook, so how would a used car seller that I've had no contact with know how to place an ad selling the exact car i was researching onto my Facebook page?
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:23 PM
    From the article: I guess I don't really understand what ISP's are allowed to do and what they are not allowed to do with the current rule that is in place. I have Verizon and, with the current rule in place, whenever i go online to buy anything, sure enough a day or so later when i go into Facebook there are advertisements from various companies that sell the product i went online to buy. When i bought a stadium chair, sure enough the next time i went into Facebook, there were advertisements showing different stadium chairs from various companies. We recently were looking to buy a used Rav4... sure enough the next time i went into Facebook, there were advertisements from used car companies selling used Rav4's. I would think that would mean Verizon has given my web history to both Facebook as well as to companies that sell the products that I have researched and read about. Is this what the rule was supposed to prevent?
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:33 AM
    According to the following the Federal Trade Commission does not have authority over internet service providers, and so cannot protect privacy of those using ISPs:
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 11:34 PM
    Interesting. Ya know, I could technically stitch together multi-movement pieces into 40-60 minutes tracks. That's how it would be done in concert, except for intermission. But it seems quite unorganized. Is there a way I could write out for listeners the name of what they're listening to? (i.e. 00:00-40:00= "Allegro", 41:00-85:00="Adagio Appassionato", etc)
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 07:56 PM
    danke also means "thank you" in German. I always thought that's how he came up with it, but the anagram is probably true now that I know so much about him. :D
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  • charrob's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 07:49 PM
    Russia/Syria/Iran are not going to let that happen without a fight. I really question if Trump would allow things to escalate with Russia. He might, but at least so far he doesn't seem to be doing that. The Kurds do want to keep Raqqa however ... the biggest problems in Syria are sure to come after the fall of isis because then everyone shows their true motives...
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 07:39 PM
    Wut? Single tracks and albums are all over the youngster's categories on amazon music, itunes, etc. It doesn't make sense to listen to epic multi-movement prog metal and classical stuff out of order. :p It's like watching a movie series in a jumbled order. I have some single tracks I could put up, but I tend do larger scale stuff.
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  • charrob's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 06:05 PM
    It's axiomatic because Trump ended the official cia program that trained/armed/funded al qaeda linked rebels. That program was official. Congress gave funding for that program during the Obama administration. I remember writing my congressman asking him to vote not to fund that program. Trump ended it: Trump administration instructs CIA to halt support for anti-Assad rebels in Syria The official program was ended. Is Trump lying to the media and congress that this program has ended (like Reagan did during Iran/Contra) and funding the cia through some other sources? I don't know, but the official program funded by congress has been ended. Is the CIA going behind Trump's back and continuing the program with some other funding? I don't know; it sure wouldn't surprise me given the reputation of the CIA. But officially that program and it's funding has ended. You asked: Why would Trump give the CIA carte blanche about droning but not about training al qaeda linked rebels? I don't know. A possibility could be that Trump, unlike Obama and the democrats, doesn't want to overthrow Assad and increase tensions with Russia. Maybe he justs wants to get rid of isis and then get out of Syria. Maybe he's uncomfortable training al qaeda linked rebels. Or maybe he hasn't made up his mind yet whether he wants to overthrow Assad or not. I don't know what his reasons are. But as far as i've seen, the official program has ended. He may re-start it; who knows? But at least for now, from what i have seen, it's ended.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 06:00 PM
    According to MixCloud, Why would TCM post music on such a site? :confused:
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 05:50 PM
    Well, he could certainly trick people into thinking he was, for certain. ;) :D
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 05:48 PM
    If it's not the one of him with giant man-boobs, it's a fake.
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  • charrob's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 04:35 PM
    As i stated in the same post you are referring, do nothing and letting Syria/Russia/Iran free Raqqa of isis is of course the best solution. But since Trump has it in his mind to take part in the 'liberation' of Raqqa from isis, then Trump has a number of options, however it was one of those two options that were obviously going to be chosen. Other options would have had more pushback by the American people and the MSM. For example: working with Russia would have had the russophobes in the MSM going ballistic 24/7. Having all U.S. troops invade without local help would have had more pushback from military families and congress. Re-starting Obama's cia program of backing al qaeda linked "rebels" was not something Trump was going to do. The kurds were already close by wanting to partner with the U.S. in this invasion; the Turks also wanted this partnership. So, yes of course there were other options, but those 2 were obviously the predominant options that made the most sense for American participation in the invasion of raqqa considering all political factors.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    03-28-2017, 09:48 AM
    This^^ for a driverless uber to work, they would have to spend a lot of money on GPS that actually works 100% of the time.
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