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Would love to read a reprocessing of the world of football rap: (and listen to…
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A YouTube Journey Through Rap Tributes to Soccer Stars | The New Yorker
Would love to read a reprocessing of the world of football rap: (and listen to…
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Sweet as a nut.
16 days ago
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RT : I told kids yesterday that most authors earn less than £11,000 a year & there was an audible gasp. This isn’t a sma…
19 days ago
June Audio
Audio progress: 1/3 to 1/2 finished tracks:
21 days ago
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I can't believe this report hasn't been brought to my attention:
27 days ago
History and Future of the Compressed Air Economy
The Promise of Compressed Air While the potential of wind and solar energy is more than sufficient to supply the electricity demand of industrial societies,…
9 weeks ago
Ditch the Batteries: Off-Grid Compressed Air Energy Storage
Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) is usually regarded as a form of large-scale energy storage, comparable to a pumped hydropower plant. Such a CAES plant…
9 weeks ago
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2 samples
1 soft synth
1 analog synth
23 channels
53 plugins
Break with more punch and crispiness.
Home-made kick a…
9 weeks ago
Switching Off: Joseph Brodsky and the moral responsibility to be useless | The Point Magazine
This essay appears in a special symposium on intellectuals, which is entirely composed of essays by the editors of The Point. Click here to read all of the…
9 weeks ago
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Last night's drum processing.
9 weeks ago
Is Capitalism a Threat to Democracy?
A new book blames authoritarianism on politicians entranced by the free market. Illustration by Alvaro Dominguez; photograph from iStock / Getty In London, in…
9 weeks ago
Using Blockchain to Secure the "Internet of Things" - Scientific American
It would be available for device makers to use in place of creating their own software update infrastructure the way the tech giants have. These smaller companies would have to program their products to check in with a blockchain system periodically to see if there was new software. Then they would securely upload their updates as they developed them. Each device would have a strong cryptographic identity, to ensure the manufacturer is communicating with the right device. As a result, device makers and their customers would know the equipment would efficiently keep its security up to date.
iot  blockchain  cryptography  netw 
10 weeks ago
How Larry Harvey, the Founder of Burning Man, Taught America to Experiment
Larry Harvey, who has died, at the age of seventy, saw Burning Man as a movement to restore community and creative expression in a time of homogenized mass…
10 weeks ago
Bezos: A CEO Who Can Write – Monday Note
We don’t do PowerPoint (or any other slide-oriented) presentations at Amazon. Instead, we write narratively structured six-page memos. We silently read one at the beginning of each meeting in a kind of “study hall.” Not surprisingly, the quality of these memos varies widely. Some have the clarity of angels singing. They are brilliant and thoughtful and set up the meeting for high-quality discussion. Sometimes they come in at the other end of the spectrum.
writing  technical  communication  bezos  narative 
10 weeks ago
CORA the tortoise - Machina Docilis - Grey Walter (British) - cyberneticzoo.com
"A machine that learns" but didn't have a microprocessor (or any of the facets I'd associate with AI)
10 weeks ago
The Key to Everything
Johnny Miller/Unequal Scenes/Thomson Reuters Foundation Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, part of greater Mexico City, 2016 Geoffrey West spent most of his life as a…
12 weeks ago
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Some audio I made (presented in chronological order):
april 2018
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Some audio I made (presented in chronological order):
april 2018
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RT : Today we're excited to launch a range of products that will help solve future energy challenges, using AI, ground-b…
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