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In our latest interview with the silver surfer, #JoeSatriani dishes about his new memoir, “Strange Beautiful Music,” as well as his 15-disc retrospective box set, which launches in one week (April 22). The man also tells us about changing from 22 to 24 frets, and how his teacher Lennie Tristano taught him the secret to improvisation.

Read it already: http://bit.ly/1eFNLU1

Extra Bonus: Check out this never-seen-before image of Satch in 1973 with the disco band he went on the road with for his first paid gig. Far out!
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Found this today... GIF Tuesday It's very clever.

Here are some of the videos we've done on the NSA + GCHQ + Edward Snowden and all of that spying they've been doing:

http://bit.ly/Q9Lh4V
http://bit.ly/1gZGbhs
http://bit.ly/1n8WIrp

#nsa   #gif   #gifs   #gchq   #edwardsnowden   #snowden   #spying  ##greenwald
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Yellowhammers are singing even on Flicker! And when we say yellowhammer, we don't have the Northern Flicker (known as Yellowhammer in Alabama) on mind. So it's no Flicker on Flicker, don't get confused. This handsome comes from Slovenia and you can guess, in which dialect it sings;-)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/93433545@N00/5597823341
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Open source solutions are "massively cost-effective", says Mark Dearnley, the Chief Digital & Information Officer at the UK's tax authority, HMRC. The government department is set to increasingly use such this type of software, he announced at the 'Open Source & Open Standards' conference in London, on 3 April. "Open source is definitively going to change our future."
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"I switched to Linux because I believe in sharing culture, and because switching to Linux set me free of the treadmill of software being rendered obsolete due to operating system changes."
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I know it's not GIF Tuesday but I like this one a lot. Street art in Hong Kong...
Democracy is dead: http://bit.ly/NaF9Y5
The War on Whistleblowers: http://bit.ly/1qJezV8
How to hack a democracy (Manufacturing Consent): http://bit.ly/1l1QPfI

#gif   #gifs   #gifoftheday   #obama   #bush  
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It looks like this bear needs something. A tissue? A picnic basket?
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Rig Rundown - Steve Vai: http://youtu.be/raxhgWqS2eU
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For the second time the Royal has made me wait a ridiculous amount of time for a take-away which was pre-ordered and would be "ready in 20 minutes". I ended up sitting waiting (in a waiting area which is far too small, by the way) for 40 minutes whilst it appeared the "regulars" just merrily popped in and picked up their orders. Yes it was a Saturday night, yes they were busy, but they should have taken this into account - it's not like they only opened yesterday. The only reason they get a second star is that the food was actually really nice. Extremely disappointing.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Sunday carvery at short notice - good portions, nice flavour to the food and very welcoming people. Obviously popular with a lot of people, and easy to understand why. Recommended!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Dropped in for a lunchtime break from shopping and was not disappointed. As always the food was excellent, and the beer topped it off nicely! Do yourself a favour and drop in!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Good beer, great value food - the doorstop sandwiches really are as described! - and a nice atmosphere. Saturday afternoon and it was quiet, which made for a welcome break from the shopping throngs in town. The service was great, and really welcoming. The menu is straightforward, so don't come here expecting "messed with" fancy stuff, it's all good quality stuff that's tasty and freshly prepared. Well worth dropping in for a pint and a bite!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
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S-L-O-W service. Booked a table a week ahead, but shambolic welcome. Four couples sitting waiting to be seated, and the call came "Table for two?", addressed to the whole group. Well, as we had been waiting longest, we went to be seated. Waited ten minutes before our order was taken, then FORTY-FIVE MINUTES for our starters. The place was hardly packed, and even if the cooked is cooked totally from scratch (yeah, right) then they need more kitchen staff. They also need better Front-of-House organisation, because this really is letting them down, and appears to have been for some time judging by their TripAdvisor reviews. Good food totally let down by the confused, putting it kindly, service.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Friday night... and it was fairly quiet, about 20 diners, which was nice. Food was really, really nice - the scallops for a starter were succulent, and the fillet stake was cooked perfectly. All topped with some delicious profieroles! I don't know how I fitted it all in! Really nice "treat", be interested in trying the Sunday lunch.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Popped in for a midday meal on a Friday with the family, and found a recent refurb had created a light, airy pub with superb food. Well worth a stop.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago