Wednesday Apr 25, 2012 – 7:30 PM
Crowder Hall – University of Arizona Music Building
Admission is free!
- Ralph Vaughan Williams: English Folk Song Suite,
- Gustav Holst: First Suite in E-Flat,
- Frank Ticheli: Shenandoah,
- Percy Grainger: Irish Tune from Country Derry,
- Henry Fillmore: Americans We,
- John Philip Sousa: The Thunderer,
- Robert W Smith: The Ascention,
- Eric Whitacre: Lux Aurumque
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Come see Shannon and I play!
Have you ever wanted a way to keep your email or calendar open in your browser, without you being permitted to navigate to another webpage (in the same tab at least). When the ability to pin tabs came out, I kept both my gmail and google calendar as pinned tabs, but if a link was clicked in an email for instance, that pinned tab was now at whatever webpage I had just been linked to, rather than my email. I found myself always wanting a way to keep both gmail and google calendar open!
Come to find out, Google Chrome has a feature that does just this – application shortcuts. For example, say you want to do this for gmail. First open a new tab and pull up your gmail account. Once you are there, click on the wrench icon in the top left of Chrome, go to tools, and select “Create Application Shortcuts…”
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Unfortunately, this is not available on Macintosh as of right now; according to Google it is supported on both Windows and Linux.
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