As early as 1600, the King of Denmark had an early home music system installed in his castle. A 3-pipe system, moved the sound of musicians playing in the basement and into his “winter room”. The system was a forerunner of the “piped music” we hear today in public spaces like shopping malls, and the large sound systems in our private cars and homes.
I misunderstood Ole’s story and thought the king used the orchestra as a clock radio.
When you find something you want to read, watch or listen to later, what do you
do? Some of it goes into Pocket or Instapaper, some of it on a Youtube watch
list, and some of it becomes a bookmark on Twitter.
What if you could build a master reading list based on what you bookmark across
all the sites you use?
With Ian [https://twitter.com/ianjorgensen]
Quick. Where can you get ravioli for takeaway? You'd probably have to spend a
few minutes enumerating the Italian restaurants in your neighborhood. But what
if there was a search engine for this?
We scanned as many menus as we could find, then saved them in Evernote, and used
their API to let anyone search those notes and see the menus.
With Kenneth [https://twitter.com/auchenberg]