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I’m not only a computer scientist specialising in privacy enhancing technologies. I also enjoy playing music. In fact I play several instruments, among which the bassoon (which is quite a weird choice of instrument to play considering the music I like, but I digress…). Over the years I’ve compiled several fingering charts. Below you find the fingering charts for flageolet/dual tones.

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I’m not only a computer scientist specialising in privacy enhancing technologies. I also enjoy playing music. In fact I play several instruments, among which the bassoon (which is quite a weird choice of instrument to play considering the music I like, but I digress…). Over the years I’ve compiled several fingering charts. Below you find the fingering charts for the ‘normal’ tones.

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According to this post on TechCrunch, startups like Spotify that depend on premium licensed content have a fundamental problem: If they succeed, the content owners will jack up their licensing fees. But I think there is another problem, that affects us users in a big way, and that will essentially turn Spotify (or any other startup that happens to be even more succesful) into a monopoly.

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