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SoundEagle in Erik Otis’ Sound Colour Vibration (Music | Art | Film | Photography | Culture) Blog


Sound Colour Vibration (Music | Art | Film | Photography | Culture) Blog

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    • January 18, 2013 at 1:00 am | #4
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      Happy new year to Erik and all the team members at the Sound and Colour Vibration Society!

      SoundEagle is new to your blog and has had the opportunity to peruse the more recent posts and to audition some musical clips, and would like to congratulate the society on the range and quality of your endeavours and results. What wonderful ways and platforms you have managed to deploy in order to convey to readers and audiences the rich diversity of music, film and art! The society ought to be highly commended for being sufficiently comprehensive in your coverage of contemporary cultures and genres, and for sharing the visions and oeuvres of musicians, film makers and artists so attentively on this collective blog.

      Looking forward, SoundEagle hopes that the Sound and Colour Vibration Society continues to do very well in various domains and to excel in whatever new trappings and features to be implemented and released in 2013 and beyond, as the society strives towards being synergistically challenged and enriched by the aim of bringing forth more abiding innovations and quality representations, even venturing into new formats and styles with unfettered enthusiasms.

      • January 18, 2013 at 10:14 am | #5

        WOW, THANKS!!!!!! You should work with us with that level of writing. – Erik

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34 comments on “SoundEagle in Erik Otis’ Sound Colour Vibration (Music | Art | Film | Photography | Culture) Blog

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  5. Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog for a little while today. I had a great time and tried to leave my campsite as good as when I arrived. I’ll be back!

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  6. I’ve been traipsing around your blog this afternoon and wanted to let you know. I had a great time! Sadly, since January 1, 2014, the LIKE buttons do not work on blogs whose URL ends in wordpress.com, as yours does. If they had been working I would also have left a few billion LIKEs!

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    • Thank you, Russel, for dropping by and commenting. Please be informed that the LIKE buttons work on all WordPress blogs. Now, please feel free to leave “a few billion LIKEs” as you claimed that you would. :)

      By the way, Happy Chinese New Year to you!

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      • Actually, the LIKE buttons don’t work on all WordPress blogs, and comments on my blog indicate that I’m not the only one having this problem. LIKE buttons don’t work for me on any blog whose URL ends with wordpress.com. I have no problem with WordPress blogs like mine that don’t end in wordpress.com. I’ve notified WordPress of the problem, and that’s not the only problem I’m having with WordPress this year. In order to get notifications at my blog, I have to load it a second time. Statistics don’t show up at all anymore. WordPress has been notified of all these problems, but the problem with WordPress is that there are too many people trying to do too much with little oversight.

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      • Hi Russel, SoundEagle just Liked your post with the Like Button a few moments ago, as you can see there.

        Indeed, your predicaments are quite substantial, and hopefully, those issues can be all resolved as soon as possible. Meanwhile, perhaps trying to clear your cookies and caches in each of your different browsers may help.

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      • My blog URL does not end in wordpress.com. The problem is only with URLs that end in wordpress.com.

        I’ve been in the computer industry since 1978, working my way up to owner of a computer store and a Novell CNE, so resolving computer issues is not rocket science to me.

        As a comedian once said about Wikipedia, “The best thing about Wikipedia is that anyone can edit it. The word thing about Wikipedia is that anyone can edit it.”

        The same can be said about open source software–anyone can contribute, but when there are more people contributing than there are people overseeing those contributions, problems happen, much more so, I believe, than software coming from big companies like Microsoft, Adobe, etc.

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      • Hi Russel, your credentials are neither in doubt nor critical here, especially if/when the matters have not been due to your faults and/or are beyond your control.

        The pros and cons of open-source software versus proprietary software are too broad and numerous to be discussed here. Also, for proper comparisons and evaluations, WordPress should be compared to other blogging and CMS platforms (open-source or otherwise) such as Joomla, Drupal, BlogSpot, Concrete 5 and so on, not to “Microsoft, Adobe, etc.”

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      • We’ll agree to disagree. Anything can be compared to anything else at any time by anybody. WordPress is big, probably the biggest CMS platform, as Adobe has by far the biggest digital photo editing software platforms, and Microsoft has by far the biggest word processing and spreadsheet platforms. Therefore, it’s relevant to compare big to big to big.

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      • For SoundEagle, there is nothing to agree to disagree about, though you may feel otherwise. The perspectives, disciplines, languages and/or parlances of those who deal with investigative, comparative and evaluative sciences are well documented and researched with respect to their research subjects, subject matters and/or field works as well as their expertise, insights and methodologies, all of which have informed them far beyond (the issues, realms and ramifications of) what laypersons are aware of and accustomed to. Couching or stipulating something as serving a particular purpose or style, or indiscriminately claiming that “[a]nything can be compared to anything else at any time by anybody”, does not qualify as sound judgement or good science to a reasonable person, nor does it automatically invalidate or nullify any potential and/or real issues, findings and methodologies that can be and have been identified and utilized in various systematic/scientific disciplines, modalities, domains and perspectives.

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      • We’ll agree to disagree. Bye!

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      • Russel, it seems that you have missed SoundEagle‘s points, whilst also being needlessly defensive and pointless. Why? Of course, any topic is debatable and open to speculation by anyone anytime and anywhere. And of course, “[a]nything can be compared to anything else at any time by anybody.” However, not all opinions, debates and speculations are defensible and free of problems. And some are invariably (far) better than others.

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      • I just think you’re a jerk. That’s all there is to it. Hope you have a great life………….

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      • The juxtaposition of your (resorting to) name calling, your abrupt, categorical dismissal, and your wishing SoundEagle “a great life…” does seems to render your previous comment rather incongruent, if not insincere.

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      • Even if SoundEagle would or could, why and what for, Russel?

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      • Why and what for, Russel?

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      • I must admit that I have never met a jerk quite like you in my 58 years on this Earth. You win the Jerk-of-the-Century Award. Congratulations!

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      • Why a sudden award and what for, really, Russel?

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      • As for your statement “it’s relevant to compare big to big to big.”, please be informed that investigative, comparative and evaluative sciences do not just deal with the (apparent) scale, which is only one of the many criteria, factors and properties under scrutiny and analyses.

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      • True, but one can still compare big to big to big.

        As an aside, you responding to my comment by telling me that LIKE buttons work on all WordPress sites certainly did question me, and the fact that you are wrong certainly indicates to me that you might not know all that you profess to know.

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      • Yes, anyone can, but that does not mean that they can do it appropriately and/or adequately.

        SoundEagle mentioned that as a clarification to your sudden statement that seems to categorically claim that WordPress has withdrawn or disabled the “Like” feature or button on all WordPress.com sites, which is clearly not the case at all. Any reasonable person will check the fact and correct you on that.

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      • You need to learn how to put things into context. I made a statement under my name. Thus, what I said affects me, and, I know a few other people, but I’m not speaking for them. For me, the LIKE buttons do not work on blogs whose URL ends with wordpress.com. Thus, there is nothing to correct me on.

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      • Russel, the following is your original statement:

        I had a great time! Sadly, since January 1, 2014, the LIKE buttons do not work on blogs whose URL ends in wordpress.com, as yours does.

        As stated earlier, SoundEagle replied to you as a clarification to your sudden statement that seems to categorically claim that WordPress has withdrawn or disabled the “Like” feature or button on all WordPress.com sites, which is clearly not the case at all. Any reasonable person will check the fact and correct you on that.

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