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quote:Originally posted by CorbeilleBroca, You've just hit a note thereI learned a little music theory 'cos I play a guitar. I also learned the rules of IP addressing and binary etc 'cos I'm a network engineer. I found that they both required a similar type of thinking. I am surrounded at work by lots of amateur musicians - How very odd!p.s nobody ever ask me an IT related question on this forum please. That all stops when I clock off. I get family members asking me to sort out their broken PCs. It can take hours and I have to do it for free[!].I'll bet Dr Chris has people seeking medical advice every time he goes down the pub. Although that should have a few perks, getting to examine the girls[}:)]you can't crack me I'm a rubber duck!
quote:Originally posted by BrocaThere has to be something to the use of music and memory. It works wonders when teaching the oceans and continents for instance in the minds of the wee ones I teach. I also know that music and math are linked. Many friends I have that were applied music majors that couldn't get jobs were picked up by math/computer type companies. They told my friends that when they could not hire people who were trained "technically" they would go for trained musicians. So Neil, I have not answered your question but perhaps I have added further confusion for you. Oh like that is hard...hehehehe
quote:Originally posted by DonnahDo you sleep with the radio on?