Monday, April 22, 2013
Bali tiger: How to 'marry' two databases together?, E.g. Google Translate with Ethnologue, WUaS with Wikipedia, Similarly, how to combine, for example, Susan Anders' first CD set (3) "Singing Harmony by Ear" with, for example, digital feedback, paralleling the relatively new, speed limit signs that blink your speed back at you
How to 'marry,' or combine, two databases together?
For example, the new, 'Digibis - DPLA/Europeana Query' posts its results from these two libraries holdings together in parallel columns, upon searching on an item.
at WUaS - (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Library_Resources), and in all, 7,105+ languages (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Languages).
How, for example, to combine "Google Translate" - http://translate.google.com/ - with "Ethnologue" and its 7,105+ languages - http://www.ethnologue.com/?
How, too, to combine World University and School in its upcoming, new, wiki form, with all entries in Wikipedia's 285 language - http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/List_of_Wikipedias - in the following, main areas, for example?
Nation States (All)
You at WUaS
Hardware Resource Possibilities
Or, how to add, or combine, a translation system or languages to / with WUaS, beyond this approach in the Subject Template's 'navigation section' under Universal Translator of WUaS on all WUaS's 575 pages so far:
And how to make Creative Commons' licensed World University and School eminently 'marriageable' vis-a-vis other databases, and beyond the upcoming Wikidata's marriageability or combinability?
And in a similar vein, but on a different, MUSIC-MAKING topic:
How to combine, for example, Susan Anders' first CD set (3) "Singing Harmony by Ear" with, for example, digital feedback, paralleling the relatively new, speed limit signs that blink your speed back at you (in the SF Bay Area), if you're exceeding the speed limit, because they are able to measure your speed.
Does the information technology exist to get immediate, helpful-instrucctional feedback about one's singing with suggestions for improving it, that I could combine with Susan Anders' helpful and well laid out singing instruction in her CDs?
As I sing harmony along with her instruction in the car, could I, or someone, create a computer program which informed me, as feedback: sing through your forehead, or sharpen or flatten the tone of your singing of thirds to this melody, or round your tone, or improve your tone quality this way or that way?
I'd add such information helpful-programs-relating-to-Susan-Anders-Harmony-Singing-by-Ear to the World University Music School -
and to the Singing Harmony, wiki, subject pages at WUaS ...
if I knew of them (and they may already exist).
All of this isn't easy yet with information technologies in the information age, this will probably become much easier, - and even with, for example, brainwave head sets, but not for some years I would guess (5-10 years?).