Archives for 31 Mar,2011

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Photo: D. Sharon Pruitt

Fourteen years after my injury, it’s clear to me that it is unlikely I will be able to have a professional career as a pianist again, despite many years of treatments of all kinds. I have a new career as a life coach for musicians and other creative artists, which I find very rewarding, I still teach piano and musicianship, and conduct children’s choirs.  I have now chosen to talk about my condition, in the hopes that my openness will help others in their turn to be open about what has been and continues to be a taboo subject. [···]

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At Music Teacher’s Helper, we’re always working hard to bring you new improvements and make our program even better, based on the feedback we receive from our customers.

This month, we began working on two larger features, which should be done shortly, including foreign language versions of our site, and major improvements to our mobile version that will correspond with the native iPhone app we’re also working on. We’ll keep you posted via Facebook, Twitter, and our blog and newsletter when these new features are ready.

In the mean time, here is a list of the updates we’ve released in the last month.

Latest New Features

  • Clicking the name of your studio after you login now opens up your studio website.
  • Added Chinese Yuan, Turkish Lira, and Swedish Krona to the currency list.

Latest Bug Fixes

  • Calendar event popup descriptions are no longer truncated to 40 characters. Only the event titles are.
  • Lending Library was not showing the proper item names when student logged in. This is now fixed. [···]
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