Hello folks, I am Oludolapo Soboyede, fondly known as Olu, Dolapo or simply Dee. Welcome to Wonderous Ponder, my personal space on the Internet. I am the founder of Yinkos, a London-based IT company. I enjoy reading, blogging, coding, singing and playing musical instruments (piano and the guitar to a small extent) – you can listen to my music here, listening to a wide variety of music and watching movies. On this blog I write about various topics of interest, including IT, philosophy, reviews, etc. Enjoy.
Hi folks, Today I’ll like to talk about a relatively new phenomenon I noticed in my neighbourhood Sainsburys. It’s called SmartShop. What is Smart Shop? Smart Shop is a system a shopper can use an in-store handset to scan items as he/she picks them from the shelves. Then at the end of the shopping, he/she … Continue reading Sainsbury’s SmartShop
Hi folks, It’s been a while. Here’s a quick post on how to read local mails on your MacOS. This can come in handy if you have cron jobs running on your machine for example which send mails and you want to read the mails sent. To open mail, open a terminal and run the … Continue reading How to Use Mail from Terminal in MacOS
When going from 1 down to a 6, you can play substitute the 6 part with a 1diminished chord over flat 5. E.g. In the key of Cmajor if you are playing a 1-6-5 melody from a C to A and then G, on the right hand you play C C+D#+F#+A C+E+G On the left … Continue reading How to use a Diminished chord in a 1-6 progression
Hi folks, In this post I will talk about a nice run to play before the starting 1 chord of slow gospel chords. On the left hand, you go 3 4 5 6 7 1 e.g. in the key of C major, you will go E F G A B C On the right hand … Continue reading A Nice Run to Play Before the 1 Starting Chord
Hi folks, I will like to talk about the 9 (add 6) chord. This chord is a nice one to use in worship songs. You can use this for the 2 chord or the 1 chord. E.g When playing a 6-2 progression, you can play a minor 9 for the 6 chord and a 9 … Continue reading The 9 (add 6) Chord