Posts from November 2019
In part 1, we derived all the common major, minor and seventh chords on the ukulele. We will now derive the remainder of the common chords – suspended (sus2/sus4), add9 (add2), augmented and diminished seventh chords.
Suspended (sus2/sus4) chords
We begin by considering the… »
This post demonstrates the derivation of all the major, minor and seventh (major, minor and dominant) chords on the ukulele. This group of chords can be arranged in a simple sequence that aptly demonstrates the relationship between the notes of the chords and their fingerings. … »
This year, I was the winner of the inaugural Coding Interest Group in Medicine and Healthcare (CIGMAH) Puzzle Hunt Grand Prize, with a value of $150. I have now distributed the prize funds to the following charitable and not-for-profit causes:
Organisation AUD Electronic Frontiers Australia
VNC allows viewing and control of a host computer over a network. However, VNC's mouse support uses absolute mouse positions, and is ineffective when the host computer's mouse cursor is programmatically repositioned. This poses a challenge for use cases such as 3D video gaming,… »
Good afternoon, everyone. Students, may I have your full attention as I explain some important rules.
By attending your exam today, you are acknowledging that you are well enough to sit the exam. Should you become unwell during your exam or require any other assistance,… »