As things got a little too serious here, I think we have forgotten the main inspiration behind this blog – to equip you with enough knowledge to join the interweb with your own effort at blogging. Now, one of the most essential attributes of a mediocre blogger is the ability to mention and quickly describe very complex ideas in order to make an appropriate impression. However, sometimes one needs to actually know a little bit about that complex idea in order to create the appropriate illusion of expertise. This is where we come in – take, for example, a 12-tone music – it is always cool to mention it as an example, because the majority of people would assume not only that you are a sophisticated person, but also that you know your musical harmony. Here is a video from always helpful New York Times that explains to you in 7:48 mins everything you need to know about 12-Tone Music – enjoy and you can thank us later when your opponents are convulsing at your feet because you struck them down with your cunning mention of Schoenberg and the 12-Tone scale.