Psudo Random Sequences morphing into Training asmith9983 at
Mon Jul 23 17:00:17 BST 2007

BBC7 and most of the BBC Listen Again  has been broken for most of the 
weekend. Even when fully functional, it's often a bit broken, retrieving the 
wrong episode.
I think there is a huge opportunity for continuing and lifelong education 
using IPTV type technology, similar to the bearded,stripy jumpered lecturer 
Open University 
programmes I remember.   Anyone interested in contributing to putting together 
a proposal  for the Dept  for Education  ? for a set of talks on say, 
bash,Linux,vim, Perl, PHP,Python, C, C++,HTML,XML, etc

Comments, of any form welcome.

On Mon, 23 Jul 2007, Peter Corlett wrote:

> On Mon, Jul 23, 2007 at 03:44:28PM +0100, Ash Berlin wrote:
> [...]
>> See now that is your fault - the very name ``iTunes'' implies that they
>> are at least tuneful.
> I await the release of iSpeech, which includes firmware for my iPod that
> turns it even more into BBC7 than it already is.
>> Hmmmmmm. I wonder if iTunes should reject crap saying "Sorry. This appears
>> to be random white noise."
> That would eliminate 80% of its userbase.

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