Hey, friends, it feels good to be back!
After a light summer of Friday Finds, we are now back to our normally scheduled weekly program starting with a full dozen goodies for you today!
Have a great weekend and let me know in the comments which find was the most useful for you this week.
Hope you’re well and have a great start to this new school year!
I think I just found my blogging doppelganger! 🙂
If you’re still teaching online lessons, it sounds like you might want to strongly consider the product whose goal is to “kill Zoom”:
Rock Out Loud (Tim Topham | TopMusic.co)
Online is certainly still the name of the game. Check out how one entrepreneur is making online festivals easier for teachers!
Online Music Festivals – A Better Way for 2020 (Whitney Hawker | 4D Piano Teaching)
Getting even the smallest things organized in your life can make everything else around you feel much saner.
Get Organized: Bills, Expenses and Receipts (Amy Chaplin | Piano Pantry)
Data has no value without trust and connection.
The Stolen Address Book (Seth Godin)
Ooh, interesting! Nazis looted thousands of music instrumental – where are they? (NPR)
I really enjoyed hearing my friend Eik Mar and her husband, James, on Tim Topham’s podcast chatting about their awesome digital theory program Sproutbeat.
Like Tim, I also met them for the first time in 2016 at the San Antonio conference. We actually all hung out one evening and went and checked out a cool historical light show on a cathedral. Unfortunately, I didn’t capture a group photo!
Covid-19 Resources for Music Teacher (Deborah Rambo Sinn)
My cast iron pans are due for a good cleaning. Try this method. (The Kitchn)
After 20 years, King Arthur Flour changed its name to King Arthur Baking Company – makes sense to me!
My husband and I lived in Melbourne Australia from 2003 – 2006 and thus flew with Qantas quite a bit back and forth to the US.
Back in July, the Qantas 747 fleet marked the end of their 49 years of service with a cool message across the Pacific. Pretty amazing.