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RT : Toni Morrison’s knife is so sharp, you don’t even realize that she’s slit your throat.
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2 days ago
Twitter
RT : People like to make fun of epicycles because you can describe *any* orbit using epicycles. Here's an almost square…
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4 days ago
Don't Be a Hero by Pete Lee | Drama Short Film
The kudos keep rolling out for Pete Lee’s Don’t Be A Hero. On Short Of The Week this week! Proud to have been part of it.
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8 days ago
Toro y Moi - "Ordinary Pleasure" (Official Music Video) on Vimeo
Check this fresh music video by the very moving Little Moving Pictures nice work Jeremy Summer and crew.
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9 days ago
Jeremiah Moore on Instagram: “Its funny how the perfect EQ for this car garage ambience... looks like a car. #mixing”
Its funny how the perfect EQ for this car garage ambience... looks like a car. @ Jeremiah Moore Sound Design
mixing  from twitter
14 days ago
HAY! Straws Natural Drinking Straws
the hot new thing in straws is straw.
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16 days ago
How Does Your State Make Electricity? - The New York Times
Electricity generation method diagrams - a nice way to digest this info. Note: this is normalized to 100% not to absolute quantity of electricity. Imports/exports not shown, only generation. It shows the relative scale and uptick of wind and solar - how uneven it is across states - and what a small portion of the overall mix it still is. It shows the dominance of Natural Gas right now, and the clear definitive decline of coal.
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16 days ago
94-Year-Old Lucca Ravioli Will Close, Building Up for Sale - January 29, 2019 - SF Weekly
Nooo!! that one hurts. Lucca is an occasional ritual that I just love... not to mention I don't know how to do christmas without one of their lasagnas.
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17 days ago
Twitter
This DP Ashley Connor is killing it, can't wait to watch her films. Love that her on-set garb is inspired by…
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18 days ago
vimeo.com
A middle-aged woman battles loneliness and boredom by robbing banks on her lunch break. But after the adrenaline rush wears off, she still has to deal with her deeply unhappy life. Inspired by a true story. Starring Missi Pyle.
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20 days ago
Don't Be a Hero on Vimeo
“Don’t Be a Hero” - One of my favorite film projects of the past few years is out on Vimeo for all to see. It’s good. It involves crime and loneliness. 15 minutes of your life well spent to watch. Thanks Pete Lee and all the amazing cast and crew for making it.
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20 days ago
Twitter
I more or less agree. Oddly, over the years, the fact that changes happen slowly may mean less innovatio…
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22 days ago
Twitter
Wishing today for a simple way to write unique, varied, & helpful . Considering making an app for sound li…
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23 days ago
Exit 12: Moved by War on Vimeo
Like many veterans, US Marine Roman Baca wasn’t the same when he returned home from war. He served in Fallujah, Iraq from 2005 to 2006. His experience ravaged him with depression, anxiety, and anger issues. With the encouragement of his wife, Lisa, Roman decided to return to his formal dance training as way to cope. He found that dance helped him “reprogram” his mind and body. This led Roman to start Exit12—a New York based dance company that tells stories of war through dance and choreography. Exit12 also hosts workshops that give veterans and military families a way to confront the effects of war and share their experience. “Exit 12" is this week's Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it on the Vimeo blog here: vimeo.com/blog/post/exit12
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23 days ago
Twitter
Congratulations to Skywalker Sound’s Steve Boeddeker, Brandon Proctor and Benny Burtt on their Oscar Nominations fo…
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24 days ago
Twitter
Several years removed from the start of the Pro Tools subscription model, consider me a fan. PROS: the regular rele…
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24 days ago
Christina Kubisch - Electrical Walks. An introduction to Christina Kubisch's "Electrical Walks" series of works on Vimeo
An introduction video to Christina Kubisch's "Electrical Walks" series of works. Electromagnetic radiations can be directly translated into the acoustic domain with the help of Christina Kubisch's custom made special headphones. Awesome sounds can be heard with the headphones everywhere near any electrical or electronical device or installation, particularly in the cities, where there density is growing daily. The "Electrical Walks" let everyone explore these hidden acoustic/electromagnetic world in various cities all over the world.
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4 weeks ago
FileMaker Product Roadmap | FileMaker Community
This space announces the FileMaker Product Roadmap. You must be logged into the FileMaker Community to view it.
filemaker  dev 
4 weeks ago
fmAccounting Link (Xero Edition) – Databuzz
apparently commercial solution which can be purchased, that has code for integrating Xero with Filemaker.
filmaker  xero  integration  dev 
4 weeks ago
FileMaker Xero Integration | DB Services
possible way to integrate filemaker w Xero. note: xero uses XML natively, and filemaker needs a 3rd party tool to parse xml.
xero  filemaker  dev 
4 weeks ago
Twitter
Exciting news our new film, Run With It, is now supported by Creative Capital -- honored to be in the group!
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4 weeks ago
Twitter
Remembering Max Roach, born on this day in 1924 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina.
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5 weeks ago
Reveal by The Center for Investigative Reporting on Apple Podcasts
You might want to listen to the Reveal podcast about suppression of climate science. It shows how the sausage is made in Trumplandia. Here’s a web link http://bit.ly/2AvvrLw Here’s a link to it on apple’s service https://apple.co/2AAicJx
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5 weeks ago
The Sense of Feminism Then and Now: Yours in Sisterhood (2018) and Embodied Listening in the Cinema Praxis of Irene Lusztig • Senses of Cinema
Great piece about Irene Lusztig's documentary work. Friends who are interested in documentary form, and in feminist engagement with the world, this should interest you.
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
Quick but very clear thread about why the Manafort / Russia data story is so crucial.
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5 weeks ago
Weekends by Trevor Jimenez | Animation | Short Film
Great short animated film ... I relate to it, though my divorced parents were very different. ...plus, sound by Pixar colleagues! Nice work Kenny Pickett and Andrew Vernon
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5 weeks ago
Twitter
I'm here for all of this.
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6 weeks ago
Twitter
As close as we got to the Grand Canyon, Cameron AZ. The thing is: the National Parks Service is responsible for sno…
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6 weeks ago
Twitter
We skied all day and forgot to take any pictures except this one... at Purgatory! Which is an amazing mountain and…
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6 weeks ago
pro.sony
Intriguing. Anyone actually heard this system?
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6 weeks ago
Twitter
Biggest snowstorm in northwest New Mexico in a few years... so fun to play in snow... we went sledding in the wash.…
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7 weeks ago
Escape From the Trump Cult | The New Republic
“Andrés Miguel Rondón, a Venezuelan economist who fled to Spain, wrote this of his own country’s experience of being caught up in an authoritarian’s fraudulent promises: “[W]hat can really win them over is not to prove that you are right. It is to show that you care. Only then will they believe what you say.””
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7 weeks ago
Facebook
Seasons greetings from New Mexico
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7 weeks ago
Twitter
So interesting how one can see the visual aesthetics and gesticulations of a performance and often be able to prett…
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8 weeks ago
The Manhattan Front (2018) on Vimeo
Women, anarchists, and spies conjure the fantastically true story of how America entered WW1. Once upon a time, in 1915, a German saboteur arrived to Manhattan to interrupt the export of American munitions to Britain. He soon finds a collaborator in a wayward stevedore who unwittingly leads him to a group of labor anarchists. Sabotage and betrayal soon turn these bedfellows into agents of the other’s tragic end. In the spirit of a silent film from the era, this musical melodrama plays itself out through the interaction of archival images and the theatrical rendition of lives as they might have been lived on The Manhattan Front. FOR PREVIEW PURPOSES ONLY. DO NOT DISSEMINATE.
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8 weeks ago
2018 You’re Such A Dream - YouTube
The always wonderfully ridiculous Studio C holiday video is out... see if you can catch my cameo. Stevland McDowell
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8 weeks ago
How Peter Jackson Made WWI Footage Seem Astonishingly New - The New York Times
Peter Jackson went even further than Cathy Lee Crane and I went for The Manhattan Front. Then again he had a Peter Jackson style budget. Forensic lip readers! Cool. I look forward to seeing this.
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8 weeks ago
Twitter
A few weeks ago at the Roxie, screening Water Makes Us Wet - with Beth Stephens, Annie Sprinkle and Sandy Stone! @…
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8 weeks ago
fluxmonkey - xprmntl snd - buchla fan
fluxmonkey is a kittylitter bucket full of sonic activities involving bbob drake, including electronic and electro-acoustic performance, recordings, synthesizer design and construction, and workshops on music tech and improvisation.
buchla  diy  modular  syntheizer 
9 weeks ago
Twitter
picked up these ultra-cheap Buchla clone pcb's by fluxmonkey => only $15 each! 2x 111 Ring…
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9 weeks ago
Kraken Dialogue Editors Toolkit - Home | Facebook
I’m rubbing my eyes and watching these little videos three times: is this real!!? Sweet tools for dialogue edit! This will be a development to watch...
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9 weeks ago
We Are Drowning in a Devolved World: An Open Letter from Devo - Noisey
“Presently, the fabric that holds a society together has shredded in the wind. Everyone has their own facts, their own private Idaho stored in their expensive cellular phones. The earbuds are in, the feedback loops are locked, and the Frappuccino’s are flowing freely. Social media provides the highway straight back to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. The restless natives react to digital shadows on the wall, reduced to fear, hate, and superstition. There are climate change deniers, and there are even more who think that the climate is being maliciously manipulated by corporate conglomerates owned by the Central Bank to achieve global control of resources and wealth. If only that James Bond-style fantasy were true, I would be much more excited about the future, which I fear is more of a slow-death conspiracy of dunces like in Mike Judge’s movie, Idiocracy, the movie Devo should have made.”
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9 weeks ago
AudioMoth - LabMaker
A simple to deploy, inexpensive readymade recorder unit with intervalometer.
Mono only though… uses a MEMS mic.

I like the simplicity of the control interface
I like that in calculates data and power useage
good forum on their website as well
not sure this integrates into Treecorder, but I’m intrigued somehow nonetheless.
soundscape  recorders  recorder  diy  monitoring  acousticecology  acoustics 
10 weeks ago
Captain Picard sings "Let it Snow!" - YouTube
this one is specifically for Gannon Kashiwa though I suspect at least a dozen people have sent it.
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10 weeks ago
WOVNS - internet based custom computer driven jaquard textile fabrication
A platform for custom fabric. WOVNS offers on-demand Jacquard-woven fabric for interiors and products.
. Linked by Ranjit Bhatnagar
crafts  textiles  computer  image 
10 weeks ago
The Art of Noticing
noticing! very good. found on cool tools.
teaching 
10 weeks ago
Adrien M & Claire B - Mirages et miracles by Adrien M & Claire B | Facebook
At last here is AR which I find imaginative. I like its elemental quality: it dispenses with the concern for convincing illusion, opening the door to a more bold pairing of the "augmented" and the "real" aspects. This gives me ideas for actual work in AR.
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10 weeks ago
Twitter
Yep. Can’t say it any better than
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10 weeks ago
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