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This document's purpose is to capture my beliefs about the universe, track how my thoughts change over time, and act an invitation to others to hold me accountable to my beliefs and commitments. Beliefs about beliefs. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
How to Fill Out OmniFocus Project Templates with Workflow | Colter Reed
Some of you may use Curt Clifton’s Populate Templates Script, and face the limitation that you can only execute the script to manipulate these on macOS—iOS being unable to execute AppleScript. I have created a pair of Workflows which replicate this AppleScript. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
How to Find That Email Again When You Need It | Colter Reed
The most common reason I hear for why people leave email in their inbox is because they’re afraid they’ll lose track of it and won’t be able to find it again. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
How to Break Through the Syndrome Syndrome | Colter Reed
Planning and prioritizing tasks is something of an art. Often times, there is more than one right answer to how we should plan our time, energy, and attention. You know you should work on your “important” tasks first. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
How to Set Up ABC Planning in OmniFocus 3 | Colter Reed
Ever since I went digital, my white whale has been a great workflow for ABC task prioritization. I’ve tried every major task manager and several all-purpose tools like OmniOutliner, Evernote, and plain text files. I’ve tried encoding the ABCs and 123s in every one of OmniFocus’s fields. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
How to Take a Ruthless Look Back at Your Week | Colter Reed
Dwight D. Eisenhower famously drew a distinction between a plan and planning: I tell this story to illustrate the truth of the statement I heard long ago in the Army: Plans are worthless, but planning is everything. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
The Simple Synergy of a Hybrid System | Colter Reed
Most people think that switching from a paper planner to an app is an all-or-nothing proposition. It’s more of a slider switch. You’re probably going to slide it somewhere in the middle. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Interview with Yanis Varoufakis
Yanis Varoufakis is a heavyweight academic economist with a rare combination of style and substance. He talks to The Mint. Economics professor, Yanis Varoufakis, describes himself as a “failed finance minister of a failed state called Greece. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
An illustrated overview of how our brains (might) think — the fascinating intuition of the…
The last fifteen years have seen a growing agreement from a surprisingly wide spectrum of the academic landscape on the topic of how our minds work. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
The Myth of 'I'm Bad at Math' - The Atlantic
Basic ability in the subject isn't the product of good genes, but hard work. We hear it all the time. And we’ve had enough. Because we believe that the idea of “math people” is the most self-destructive idea in America today. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Sensemaking in Organizations Pt. 2 – Agile Sensemaking – Medium
The 70’s and 80’s were times of competing ideas on organizational structure and group behavior. These were the intellectual grounds that produced open systems experimentation and a variety of hybrid structures. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Sensemaking in Organizations Pt. 1 – Agile Sensemaking – Medium
Richard Scott and his teams of researchers studied organizations for over 40 years. They developed a way to describe the evolutionary changes that occurred as organizations faced ongoing pressures to adapt to increasingly complex environments. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
The 4 One-on-One Meeting Questions You Should *Not* Ask Your Employee
“I think my team isn’t enjoying our one-on-one meetings,” said the CEO of a 15-person remote company to me, recently. He was having a hard time engaging his team during their one-on-one meetings. An employee would give one-line answers. Another seemed to keep looking at the clock. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Providing Equitable Access to Computing Education | August 2018 | Communications of the ACM
A seat in a computer science classroom is one of the hottest tickets on American campuses today. Undergraduate enrollment in computer science is at an all-time high, and many of the students in those classes (even beyond the introductory level) are non-CS majors. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss | First Round Review
Kim Scott, co-founder of Candor, Inc., has built her career around a simple goal: Creating bullshit-free zones where people love their work and working together. She first tried it at her own software startup. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
How Carol Kaye Became the Most Prolific Session Musician in History | Open Culture
They don’t spend their lives on tour buses, performing for hundreds or thousands of fans. They don’t make music videos or appear on album covers and late-night TV show couches—all the things musicians are supposed to do in the popular imagination. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Facebook's Yann LeCun explains why it lets researchers split their time with academia - Business Insider
To make real progress in Artificial Intelligence we need the best, brightest and most diverse minds to exchange ideas and build on each other's work. Research in isolation, or in secret, falls behind the leading edge. According to Nature Index Science Inc. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Just outside
Four releases involving Ilia Belorukov. Wozzeck is a power trio, kind of, with Belorukov on synth and computer, Mikhail Ershov on bass guitar and Konstantin Samolovov on drums. 'Fact I' is a vinyl release comprising one 36 minute piece. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Sly & The Family Drone – Live at Cafe Oto | Echoes And Dust
If you’ve been fortunate enough to experience Sly & The Family Drone live you’ll be in little doubt that it’s where they excel. They are the nation’s most convivial improvisatory noise band, an ecstatic and celebratory communion. A Dionysian ritual both pagan and post industrial. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Mark Van Hoen: “A depth of quality.” Interview by Paranoid.”
Mark Van Hoen has been working on music for more than 30 years. Also known by his name Locust or as a former member of the band Seefeel, he released ‘Invisible Threads’ on the legendary Touch Records earlier in the year. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Use domain knowledge to review prior distributions | mages' blog
First I load the relevant packages and data set. It is the aim to use growth curves to model the claims payments of insurance losses from different accident years (1991 - 2000) over time (development months) and predict future payments. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Monique Recknagel : I’ll show you mine… – Headphone Commute
[Editor’s Note: Monique Recknagel is the founder and owner of the beloved Sonic Pieces label, based in Berlin, responsible for bringing us those wonderful gems from Erik K Skodvin, Deaf Center, Moon Ate The Dark, Dictaphone, Otto A Totland, Greg Haines, and Nils Frahm among the many others… via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Lots and Lots of Colored Dots: A Fretboard Explanation of Pop Tonality – Soundfly
+ What are you working on? Share your musical goals with us and we’ll help you reach them. Tell us what you’d like to achieve and learn more about Soundfly Mentorship here. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Slack vs. Microsoft Teams: Team Chat Apps Showdown
Team chat apps have made a huge dent in reducing internal email at organizations. They improve communication by encouraging brevity, allowing for opt-in conversations, and reshaping expectations about how and when people will reply. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Electroacoustic Music is Not About Sound | NewMusicBox
Yes, I do mean this title to be provocative, but my intention is to question some of our priorities and assumptions about composing, not to be polemical or suggest some correct way of composing. Rather, I am sharing some thinking that I have found serves my students and me well. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Private and Secure File Transfer with Dropshare » The Appademic
On Mac Geek Gab recently a listener was looking for a secure solution for transferring files. The question was how to send files securely without the need for the recipient to install anything at their end. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Ex-Valve employee describes ruthless internal politics at 'self-organizing' companies | PC Gamer
Former Valve employee Rich Geldreich, who worked at the company between 2009 and 2014, has spent the past several days tweeting detailed accounts of the internal politics at 'self-organizing' companies—one of which he says is based in Bellevue, Washington, where Valve is headquartered. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
Between art tech and techno, past and future, a view from Russia - CDM Create Digital Music
Gamma, the oversized electronic music and contemporary art event, has just wrapped in St. Petersburg, RU. We talk to Moscow-based curator Natalia Fuchs about transformations both historical and future in the realm of intermedia art and technology culture. via Pocket
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10 weeks ago by jolilius
10 reasons to ignore computer science degrees | CIO
Consider the two words computer and science. The first’s gifts to the world are huge and range from the lifesaving ubiquity of electronic medical records to the opportunity to get in a virtual bar fight at any time of the day on Twitter. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The Bible Tells Me So | 3 Quarks Daily
For a Baptist, the Bible exists like gravity. Not believing in gravity will not change the outcome if you step off a building; not believing the Bible will not change the consequences if you ignore its precepts and commands. Both are laws of nature, fixed and unchanging. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Glitch: beyond the bytebeat – naivesound – Medium
Glitch started as a Bytebeat music synthesizer. Bytebeat has some really unique features: simple concept, terse notation, dirty old-school sound. But at the same point Bytebeat is limited by its ultra-simplicity. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
BIG MUFF TRANSISTORS AND OTHER COMPONENTS
Here are INSTRUCTIONS for disassembling a vintage Big Muff. REPLACEMENT POTS - Vintage USA Big Muffs (V1, V2, V3) have single-gang, linear taper, 24mm,100k potentiomers. Electro-Harmonix used pots from various makers, but they were usually the 24mm size, with 1/4" D shaped knob shafts. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
State of AI
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a multidisciplinary field of science whose goal is to create intelligent machines. We believe that AI will be a force multiplier on technological progress in our increasingly digital, data-driven world. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
#Interview with David Fiuczynski (July 2018) on #neuguitars #blog – NeuGuitars
When did you start playing the guitar and why? To be honest, my mother forced me!! ? I didn’t want to have anything to do with music; I started on piano when I was 7 but didn’t like it and quit when I was 9. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The Octonion Math That Could Underpin Physics | Quanta Magazine
The theoretical physicist John Wheeler once used the phrase “great smoky dragon” to describe a particle of light going from a source to a photon counter. “The mouth of the dragon is sharp, where it bites the counter. The tail of the dragon is sharp, where the photon starts,” Wheeler wrote. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Max Mathews (1926–2011) Interview with Geeta Dayal for Frieze | Rhizome
Rhizome contributor Geeta Dayal recently interviewed Max Mathews for Frieze magazine. Sadly the pioneer of digital music (creating MUSIC in 1957) passed away three weeks later. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
What Airport Traffic Tells Us About the World's Megacities
Last year, Daniel Knowles wrote an account of Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, a city of 13 million people. One of his stats led me down a rabbit hole: Kinshasa has 13 departing flights per day. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Artificial intelligence, immune to fear or favour, is helping to make China’s foreign policy | South China Morning Post
Attention, foreign-policy makers. You will soon be working with, or competing against, a new type of robot with the potential to change the game of international politics forever. Diplomacy is similar to a strategic board game. A country makes a move, the other(s) respond. All want to win. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
July 29th, 2018 … Edmund Bacon … The Haunting … The Peace | Streetshooter
There are times I’d like to be alone on the streets working. I don’t mean the civilians out there, I mean the ones in my heart and mind. I appreciate the company but they are not benign forces of energy. One such case is Edmund Bacon. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Interview: Paula Maddox, From Modal Electronics to Dove Audio (English Version) - AMAZONA.de
It was in April 2015, when first features and images appeared of a new synthesizer series of a previously unknown company, called Modal Electronics. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Ingenuity Sans Apple SmartBoard: Sweet and Sour Grapes – CogZest
My Cognitive Productivity with macOS book does not yet have a section on Apple’s “smart board” because, well, Apple does not yet manufacture one (for sale, at least). And when Apple does, the device will (presumably) run iOS. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Postmodernism Did Not Take Place: On Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life - Viewpoint Magazine
A specter is haunting North America — the specter of postmodernism. Or at least, that’s what Jordan Peterson would have you believe. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Time and Algorithmic Music Composition | Masters of Media
“Say goodbye to control. Say hello to improvisation,” these were a few of the opening remarks made by STEIM... via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
When Recurrent Models Don't Need to be Recurrent – Off the convex path
In the last few years, deep learning practitioners have proposed a litany of different sequence models. Although recurrent neural networks were once the tool of choice, now models like the autoregressive Wavenet or the Transformer are replacing RNNs on a diverse set of tasks. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
A Beginner's Guide to Morton Feldman — an Intimate Encounter with Sound – Soundfly
A student of mine recently said that they’d never been given the chance to “get into” famed American composer Morton Feldman. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Executing the modular album - Equipment - lines
From the variety of replies it seems clear that the answer is “any and all ways that you like to work to make something you are happy with”… I love stereo recording and multi-tracking, but always do live performance takes. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Multiple Projects (and How You Split Between Them) - Process - lines
I personally really like what @tehn said in the thread @glia linked above: What's in a name? Process i feel like i have this conversation often with people, so it’s clearly a good topic. monikers or project names give a sense of liberation from past work, in a certain sense. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Making stand alone modular instruments - Equipment - lines
I think a big part of it is a series of mental calculations: What are the base functions I need (e.g. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
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@dspk It’s a monorocket skiff. @myecholalia is on the money. I don’t think monorocket sells them anymore (they used to, even apart from the Makenoise systems). Pittsburgh makes some small, similar cases. Enclave might still as well. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The Helsinki Summit and the Awkward Art of Cleaning Up Trump’s Messes | The New Yorker
On Monday morning, the world woke up to President Trump’s all-caps tweet to the President of Iran, sent late the night before. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
What happens when the AI bubble bursts?
AI experts are worried the field is on the brink of a scenario similar to the dotcom bubble bursting. It’s called an AI winter. And, if it happens, it could leave a lot of researchers, investors, and entrepreneurs out in the cold. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Your Breath Is A Remote Control: How to Change Your Mental State Through Breathing
By changing your breathing patterns, you can also change your mental state. In this way, your breath is like a remote control for your brain and nervous system. Enjoy This Video? Please Support Me via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
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At Voyage, we live and breathe safety every single day. We understand the magnitude of the responsibility we have each time a Voyage autonomous vehicle is on the roadway with the public. Safety comes first in every decision Voyage makes. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The New Math Around Cloud Storage Options – BirchTree
Google announced some changes to their Drive storage options today, and that changes the math around how the major cloud storage providers stack up. The last time there was something to talk about here, one year ago, Apple basically crushed the competition at every price point (minus the free tier). via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Copy-and-Paste 2.0 – How Templates Make a World of Difference - Talk - Agenda Community
If you use Agenda for things like weekly catchup meetings, daily standups, prospective client meetings, and onboarding protocols, chances are you often find yourself using copy-and-paste of notes from other occasions, because the “agenda” is usually fixed. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Finite State Machine Sequencer | Sebastian Arnold
For the last years, I have been working with a drum trigger interaction system based on an acoustic drumset and the Nord Modular G2 synthesizer. The basic idea is to control multiple step sequencers by drum hits. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Stepping Through Music, Interactively: Drum Kits and Monomes Navigate Notes - CDM Create Digital Music
Left to right, beginning to end, the same in a loop — there’s no reason music has to work this way once you’ve got a computer. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Senode: Eine ganze Komposition in zwei Graphen - Golem.de
Senode verschmilzt Schlagzeug und Synthesizer. (Bild: Sebastian Arnold) Senode verschmilzt Schlagzeug und Synthesizer. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Neue App "Senode" - Improvisierte Computermusik
Computer sind heute von vielen Live-Bühnen nicht mehr wegzudenken. Allerdings blieb bislang kein Raum für spontane Ideen und Interaktionen mit der Maschine. Jetzt gibt es mit der App "Senode" eine Kompositionssoftware, mit der sich improvisieren lässt. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
SENODE is something quite different when it comes to sequencing - CDM Create Digital Music
New ideas in sequencing are always welcome, that is to say if they’re actually workable. Not all are, but once in a while you’ll see something that seems to make sense more than the normal sequencing concepts. Perhaps SENODE is one of those. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The Psychoacoustics Of Drums - Page 4 of 4 - Attack Magazine
UVI offer a wealth of unique and inspiring instruments such as Falcon, Vintage Vault, Synth Anthology II and more. Find out more here. We’ve acknowledge the importance of swing already, but adjusting the timing can also utilise a broader approach. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The Psychoacoustics Of Drums - Page 3 of 4 - Attack Magazine
UVI offer a wealth of unique and inspiring instruments such as Falcon, Vintage Vault, Synth Anthology II and more. Find out more here. When we hear sounds, our auditory system uses an averaging system to determine relative loudness. The averaging ‘window’ can be as long as a second. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The Psychoacoustics Of Drums - Page 2 of 4 - Attack Magazine
UVI offer a wealth of unique and inspiring instruments such as Falcon, Vintage Vault, Synth Anthology II and more. Find out more here. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The Psychoacoustics Of Drums - Attack Magazine
UVI are developers of creative virtual instruments, effects and software for professional audio production. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Google AI Chief Jeff Dean’s ML System Architecture Blueprint
ML has revolutionized vision, speech and language understanding and is being applied in many other fields. That’s an extraordinary achievement in the tech’s short history and even more impressive considering there is still no dedicated ML hardware. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Jim O'Rourke Interview: Catching Up With The Reclusive Polymath - Stereogum
Jim O’Rourke is searching for a word he’s forgotten how to say in English. After more than a decade living in Japan, the experimental musician doesn’t speak his native language much anymore and warns me at the beginning of our interview that he may occasionally have trouble. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
'The discourse is unhinged': how the media gets AI alarmingly wrong | Technology | The Guardian
In June of last year, five researchers at Facebook’s Artificial Intelligence Research unit published an article showing how bots can simulate negotiation-like conversations. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Spacemacs - First Impressions From an Emacs Driven Developer | jr0cket
Spacemacs is a community developed configuration for Emacs that makes it easier for anyone to use this amazing developer tool. Spacemacs is a well thought out way to apply the vast and diverse power of Emacs, making it more accessible especially to those who are used to using Vi. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
The Academic FitBit | The Thesis Whisperer
First a trigger warning: this post discusses suicide and self harm. If you need to reach out, Lifeline in Australia provides a 24 hour crisis line on 131114. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
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You only look once, or YOLO, is one of the faster object detection algorithms out there. Though it is no longer the most accurate object detection algorithm, it is a very good choice when you need real-time detection, without loss of too much accuracy. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Kari Enqvistin kolumni: Tekoäly tulee tuhoamaan ajattelun | Yle Uutiset | yle.fi
Ikkuna on Ylen uutis- ja ajankohtaistoiminnan palvelu, joka kokoaa yhteen mielipiteet ja näkökulmat, keskustelee ja hakee ratkaisuja. Ikkunan kolumneja kirjoittaa laaja joukko Ylen ulkopuolisia tekijöitä. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Executing the modular album - Equipment - lines
Great questions. I generally approach my modular (and friends) as a full “band” of sorts… perform multiple voices in real time and create a more-or-less full piece at once. My background is in experimental music, post-punk, and improvisation, this feels similar to me in terms of the approach. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Higher Ed’s Real Productivity Problem - The Chronicle of Higher Education
You are at a conference, wandering around the book exhibit. A former colleague greets you. A few minutes into the conversation, she asks the inevitable question: "So, what are you working on?" "Nothing," you say. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Fierceness Devoted to Truth—Remembering Glenn Branca (1948-2018) | NewMusicBox
Ed Note: It has been more than two months since the music community mourned the passing of Glenn Branca, but he still remains very much on the minds of many of us. via Pocket
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11 weeks ago by jolilius
Museum für Fotografie: Home
Next event © Tomas Adel Blog In the Museum für Fotografie ... via Pocket
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Keith Doubt on Srebrenica
Srebrenica–Potočari Memorial and Cemetery for the Victims of the 1995 Genocide. Photograph by Kathleen Franklin It is difficult to understand the organized, systematic genocide of Bosnian Muslims by Serbian military and civil authorities from the Republic of Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. via Pocket
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