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Aug 17

(via When Robots Write Songs - The Atlantic)

(via When Robots Write Songs - The Atlantic)

(via The Internet’s Original Sin - The Atlantic) Excellent thought-provoking piece by our friend Ethan Zuckerman.

(via The Internet’s Original Sin - The Atlantic) Excellent thought-provoking piece by our friend Ethan Zuckerman.

Aug 15

(via Infographic: The History Of Audio Equipment | Co.Design | business   design)

(via Infographic: The History Of Audio Equipment | Co.Design | business design)

Aug 14

(via Robert Twigger – Desert silence)

(via Robert Twigger – Desert silence)

Aug 13

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(via 10 years of podcasting: Code, comedy, and patent lawsuits | Ars Technica)

(via 10 years of podcasting: Code, comedy, and patent lawsuits | Ars Technica)

Aug 11

(via PRX » Piece » WTF Episode 106 with Robin Williams)

(via PRX » Piece » WTF Episode 106 with Robin Williams)

Aug 08

(via How To Hack A Sonos Sound System To Terrify Your Friends ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code   community)

(via How To Hack A Sonos Sound System To Terrify Your Friends ⚙ Co.Labs ⚙ code community)

Harmogram

Aug 06

(via Steve Post is gone, but where is the Enema Lady?Radio Survivor)

(via Steve Post is gone, but where is the Enema Lady?Radio Survivor)

(via 3rd Grade Audio « HowSound)  Fantastic!

(via 3rd Grade Audio « HowSound) Fantastic!

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Aug 05

Discovering Art in the Age of Big Data | Scatter / Signal / Noise -

Thoughts inspired by recent episode of Benjamen Walker’s Theory of Everything (part of PRX’s Radiotopia):

"But in some sense technology has helped me discover great works. In fact, I heard about the book I’m reading right now from Benjamen Walker’s last podcast episode. And I think about how I came across Benjamen Walker’s amazing podcast — from Roman Mars’ amazing podcast, which I came across from Jad Abumrad’s amazing podcast, which I first heard as a radio show on WNYC many years ago. I’ve heard some great music recommended from people I follow on Twitter. There’s no way around it: people are still the best curators of the art that impacts people. But now we have so many great tools to help us share what we love through conversation."

Aug 04

(via Extracting audio from visual information | MIT News Office)”Algorithm recovers speech from the vibrations of a potato-chip bag filmed through soundproof glass”

(via Extracting audio from visual information | MIT News Office)”Algorithm recovers speech from the vibrations of a potato-chip bag filmed through soundproof glass”

Music streaming services unleash a torrent of digital playlists - LA Times