Thursday 3rd April, 2014
Week 272 - Interesting links
The observant amongst you will have noticed that we’re missing links for week 271. Hopefully this bumper(ish) collection will make up for it.
This was mentioned by Chris Lowis. It looks like a really interesting way of learning music by playing along to these interactive song sheets.
They also have transcribed music videos that you can play along with.
This website displays the elevation views of 35 of the guides (from the West End) and we would like your help in transcribing the business directories. Help us create the first searchable business directory of early Victorian London that includes street views.
This is a great idea. It uses a streetview-like experience to display these elevations from 1840! — CR
I found this pretty interesting. It turns out that the ASCII character set contains non-printing characters that can be used as field and record delimiters; thereby avoiding some of the problems of using characters that may appear in the data (commas and tabs, for example). — CR