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Greetings, Whovians!

courtney:

To answer a FAQ: Yes, I have been to the moon in the year 2049 but I’m not allowed to talk about it.

Gems from Richard Cohn

musictheoryaugmented:

"The cloud |4|-classes all have even pc-sums, and hence lack internal P relations; but the six clouds do participate in a rich P2 orgy, whose graph is isomorphic to a sub-graph of Figure 4.”

Cohn, Richard. 2003. “A tetrahedral graph of tetrachordal voice-leading space,” in Music Theory Online, 9, np.

Former Professor Love.

"Take the worst job at the best place"

adteachings:

That’s just one bit of the great advice you’ll get from Mark Fitzloff, the executive creative director of Wieden+Kennedy Portland. You can read the rest of Mark’s wise and humble advice here.

Coming up: Interpol

oneweekoneband:

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Thank you, Alex!

Next week, we’re going to discuss New York City rock rapscallions/sunglasses aficionados Interpol.

Taking you through this week will be Kezia Swanepoel, whose blog you can enjoy here, and who you can follow on Twitter and SoundCloud at @prettyintights.

It should be a fun week — see you tomorrow!

megwilhoite: I assume you’ve seen this.

Occasionally, We Get Internal Pronunciation Emails

npr:

Hi there

As we approach the Scottish referendum, may I please remind you that the correct pronunciation of Edinburgh is <ED-in-BURR-ah>

+++ if you are Scottish you can say ED-in-BRAH  +++

However it is NOT a an animal’s den “–burrow” or a  large lump of ice    “-berg”

Cheers 

Kevin*

*We checked with Kevin before posting this.

Kevin Beesley

Europe Editor

NPR National Public Radio

Related: The Answers To Your Questions on Scotland’s Independence Vote

Edinburgh, IN, however, is pronounced with the hard “g” at the end.