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CDM Create Digital Music

http://cdm.link [sonido]

Arturia AudioFuse Review: the tiny square that packs nearly everything #

There are some exceptional audio interfaces out there. But Arturia stands out by cramming an unusual amount of connectivity in an ultra-mobile package. Look, when it comes to audio interfaces, compromise is the name of the game. The interface either never has every single port you want, or … it does, but it’s big. And […]

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Moog is making a $35,000 modular 1969 synth – so let’s ask them why #

Moog Music have announced they’re painstakingly recreating a 1969 modular classic. So we asked the engineers why they’d do that – and why it costs 35 grand. It’s clear now that Moog has two lines of products. The Moog Music products most people buy really are distinct from this. When founder Bob Moog relaunched his […]

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Hear the sounds of the Falcon Heavy launch with this binaural recording #

Watching space exploration is stunning. But hearing it is essential, too – and if you haven’t yet, you really want to hear the Falcon Heavy launch like this. The Sound Traveler is a YouTube channel that offers “3D” sound experiences using binaural recording, a recording technique that more closely captures sound the way it would […]

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IndieGames.com

http://indiegames.com/ [videojuegos]

Art Doesn't Have To Be Hard With Skuiggle #

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According to its creator Eric Merz, Skuiggle is a thing that "just suddenly happened." It doesn't need to wow you with its highbrow concept. It just wants you to have a little fun and make some art in the process. And that's fine.

So you're this little happy fellow - a dot, really - chasing other dots and leaving a bright, colorful trail. That's it. You can also engage in collective dot-munching with another player, but there's no competitive or even cooperative element to that. It's just two people filling the screen with bright stuff while this relaxing drone plays in the background. It is oddly compelling.

But then, it's what you're supposed to do: "Have fun! Create Art! Art is great!"

You can download Skuiggle for free (or name your own price) from itch.io. If you want to know more about Skuiggle, go here. If you want to know about Eric "Mokkograd" Merz, go here.

FlowingData

http://flowingdata.com [dataviz]

programming

https://www.reddit.com/r/programming/ [programación]

Digicult | Digital Art, Design and Culture

http://digicult.it [actualidad]

Alexandra Pirici: Co-natural #

Conceived especially for the New Museum, Alexandra Pirici's new work is an ongoing action with live performers and a holographic image that uses sculpture, performance, and choreography to address the fragmentation of presence and self enabled by digital technologies and by modernity's division of nature from culture and individual from collective.

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Samson Young: Songs for Disaster Relief World Tour #

M+ and Hong Kong Arts Development Council co-present the first stop of Samson Young: Songs for Disaster Relief World Tour. Following Hong Kong's successful participation in the 57th Venice Biennale the exhibition returns to Hong Kong along with specially commissioned pieces through which the artist aims to offer a more holistic experience.

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A major retrospective of Andreas Gursky #

The UK's first major retrospective of Andreas Gursky has open at the newly refurbished Hayward Gallery in London. Curated by Gallery Director in collaboration with the artist, it features sixty-eight of the Gursky's ground-breaking photographs, from the 1980s through to eight new works which will be seen for the first time in this exhibition.

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Before Projection: Video Sculpture, 1974-1995 #

Between events and collateral programs related to the themes of the ICA Art in the Age of the Internet exhibition, 1989 to Today, a new exhibition at the MIT List Visual Arts Centre presents a revaluation of monitor-based sculpture since the mid-1970s with a tightly focused survey of works that have been rarely seen in the last twenty years, presenting both canonical artists and figures little known in the United States.

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Eva Kot’átková. The Dream Machine is Asleep #

For her exhibition at Pirelli HangarBicocca artist Eva Kot'átková has developed an immersive new project that combines installation, sculpture, collage, performance, investigating the internal and external forces that influence human behavior, and exploring in particular our innermost thoughts and projections, the anxieties and phobias of contemporary life.

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SIMPOSIO #2: Network of relationships #

A project by NONE collective After the first experiment in January, NONE collective organizes the second date of Simposio: a meeting, performance and installation program, investigating the man-machine relation within contemporary society. It was conceived to trigger a network, a public debate and a reflection on the digital contemporaneity and its implications on a perceptive, […]

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Neural Articles and Issues

http://www.neural.it [actualidad]

BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

https://www.booooooom.com [miscelánea]

Opensource.com

https://opensource.com/frontpage [código-abierto]

Getting started with SQL #

Getting started with SQL

Building a database using SQL is simpler than most people think. In fact, you don't even need to be an experienced programmer to use SQL to create a database. In this article, I'll explain how to create a simple relational database management system (RDMS) using MySQL 5.6. Before I get started, I want to quickly thank SQL Fiddle, which I used to run my script. It provides a useful sandbox for testing simple scripts.


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3 warning flags of DevOps metrics #

3 warning flags of DevOps metrics

Metrics. Measurements. Data. Monitoring. Alerting. These are all big topics for DevOps and for cloud-native infrastructure and application development more broadly. In fact, acm Queue, a magazine published by the Association of Computing Machinery, recently devoted an entire issue to the topic.


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Brain Pickings

https://www.brainpickings.org [creatividad ,miscelánea]

UCLA Design Media Arts / news

http://dma.ucla.edu [instituciones]

Open Culture

http://www.openculture.com [cultura-abierta]

Massive Archive of 78RPM Records Now Digitized & Put Online: Stream 78,000 Early 20th Century Records from Around the World #

Last summer we checked in with the Internet Archive’s Great 78 Project, a volunteer effort to digitize thousands of 78rpm records—the oldest mass-produced recording medium. Drawing on the expertise and vast holdings of preservation company George Blood, L.P., the ARChive of Contemporary Music, and over 20 more institutions from around the world, the project aims […]

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What Made John Entwistle One of the Great Rock Bassists? Hear Isolated Tracks from “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” “Baba O’Riley” & “Pinball Wizard” #

Drummer Keith Moon was surely the most kinetic member of The Who—which is really saying a lot—but he was not the band’s best musician, even if he is routinely named one of the best drummers of all time. Moon knew the appeal of his playing often lay in the fact that it was like no […]

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Watch 3000 Years of Art, a 1968 Experimental Film That Takes You on a Visual Journey Through 3,000 Years of Fine Art #

Even if we can't name them, we've all seen hundreds of the most important paintings in art history, and even if we can't name it, we've all heard "Classical Gas." 3000 Years of Art, the 1968 experimental film above, officiates an aesthetic union of about 2500 of those much-seen, highly influential images and Mason Williams' […]

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Colossal

http://www.thisiscolossal.com [diseño ,imagen]

Elaborate Paper Origami Tessellations and Kusudamas by Ekaterina Lukasheva #

Moscow-based paper artist Ekaterina Lukasheva first tried folding paper at the age of 14 when a mathematics professor brought in a book on kusudamas. The traditional paper sphere technique requires an understanding of geometry to ensure the individual units fit together perfectly with the help of glue or string. A few years later she began to explore much more complicated designs like tessellations, aided by a university degree in mathematics and programming. More

Pat Perry’s Intricate Portraits of People Intertwined with the Natural World #

Detroit-based artist Pat Perry (previously) renders intricate, fantastical portraits of humans and our relationship to the natural world—a dynamic that is sometimes harmonious, sometimes adversarial.  His multi-media drawings and paintings range from monochrome sketches handheld notebooks to multicolored murals on building walls. In all of his artwork, Perry balances finely worked details with sweeping gestural lines. The artist described his art in an interview with Communication Arts: “I want to make paintings that just softly whisper to you the thing that you forgot.” You can explore more of Perry’s illustrations, including a body of work based on a residency in Katmai National Park, on his website as well as on Instagram and Facebook. More

Larger Than Life Guerrilla Sign Installations by Trevor Wheatley and Cosmo Dean #

Trevor Wheatley and Cosmo Dean work together to create large installations based around phrases and logos that are part of the common lexicon. Casually used terms like “all good” and the shrug emoji take on larger-than-life dimensions in the duo’s three dimensional versions, which are suspended from cables, integrated into chain link fences, toted in truck beds, and painted alongside graffiti. Wheatley and Dean have partnered with music festivals, fashion brands, and the creative house Justkids to install their work. More

Hacker News

https://news.ycombinator.com/ [miscelánea]

Stories by Bill Sourour on Medium

https://medium.com/@BillSourour?source=rss-7f9c91ba25fb------2 [web ,js]