Sara Lee

"What does not kill me makes me stronger."

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


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Welcome Sara! You seem to not understand the rules for creating Wiki Names, so please read this page WikiCase. Also, it would be a very good idea to start reading what and how about wiki from the FrontPage.


Hi Story

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When I was a kid, I really wanted to play video games. I could spend the whole three days merely eating, playing video games, and sleeping. I remember that this became an inspiration for me to enter the top ten class of the creme of the crop way back in my elementary days. Well, here I am today. I hope that my ideas will be beneficial not only to this group but to the entire humanity.

Back at highschool, I haven't been directly interested at FlowCharts because they are not really a very interesting subject if you are not into programming.

I started my programming using TurboPascal.

You can check out my FavorItes? for the languages that spices up my life.


My favorites

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everything that will be favorable :)

TurboClanguage is the second hobby that I have learned to love. By the way, this is the platform of our very own Windows.


Poems

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Let's play

Ems for MUSIC.. music as a universal language of musicians..

Visualize a keyboard with five octaves. Each octave represents a vowel. First octave is for A, second is for E, third is for I, fourth is for O, and fifth is for U. Now, the thirty five notes are for the consonants. We still have B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z..

FIRST OCTAVE

C D E F G A B

B C D E F G H

SECOND OCTAVE

C D E F G A B

J K L M N P Q

THIRD OCTAVE

C D E F G A B

R S T V W X Y

FOURTH OCTAVE

C D E F G A B

Z - . 1 2 3

FIFTH OCTAVE

C D E F G A B

4 5 6 7 8 9 0

The FIRST rule is that you spell it as you pronounce it. For example, the sentence I LOVE YOU is pronounced as AY LAV YU

The SECOND rule is that vowels could be played as chords, since you only work with the position of the octaves and consonants would be played by a single tone.

The THIRD rule is that punctuations are also observed.

Now, let's play..

AY - For A, any chord on the first octave would do. Let's play my favorite chord, C-E-G. So C-E-G was pressed in the first octave. For Y, just press B in the third octave. The tone results to "out of tune" because B is not included in the C chord family. So if you wanted to customize it and make it in tune, we will go for the B chord in the first octave. So instead of pressing C-E-G, we should press B-D#-F.

Fun fUn fuN ... under the sun

The tones could also be used as a switch..

To be continued.

To all my fans out there, ciao ΓΌ


Thanks to!

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When I was a kid, I really wanted to play video games. I could spent the whole three days just merely eating, playing video games, and sleeping. I remember that this became an inspiration for me to enter the top ten class of the creme of the crop way back on my elementary days. Well, here I am today. I hope that my ideas will be beneficial not only to this group but to the entire humanity.

Back at highschool, I haven't been directly interested at FlowCharts because they are not really a very interesting subject if you are not into programming.

I started my programming using TurboPascal.

You can check out my FavorItes? for the languages that spice up my life.


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