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CDM Create Digital Music

https://cdm.link [sonido]

Indie Games Plus

https://indiegamesplus.com [videojuegos]

FlowingData

https://flowingdata.com [dataviz]

Digicult | Digital Art, Design and Culture

http://digicult.it [actualidad]

“Respektive Peter Weibel”: first overview of the work of the new media art icon #

The exhibition respektive Peter Weibel marks the 75th birthday of Peter Weibel and presents for the first time an overview of this internationally renowned media and concept artist’s work to date.

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“Training Humans”: an exhibition by Kate Crawford and Trevor Paglen #

Fondazione Prada presents "Training Humans", a landmark exhibition conceived by Kate Crawford and Trevor Paglen. "Training Humans" is the first major photography exhibition devoted to training images: the collections of photos used to train artificial intelligence (Al) systems in how to "see" and categorize the world.

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8 Best Custom Fonts Of International Brands: Case Studies And Analysis #

With the digitalization era, creating a custom typeface has become not a luxury but a must. Tech startups and companies that have nothing to do with IT, keep investing in creative design solutions. If you think about it, this interest in custom fonts makes absolute sense. People are surrounded by brands and advertising, and standing […]

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

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

Opensource.com

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

An introduction to audio processing and machine learning using Python #

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At a high level, any machine learning problem can be divided into three types of tasks: data tasks (data collection, data cleaning, and feature formation), training (building machine learning models using data features), and evaluation (assessing the model). Features, defined as "individual measurable propert[ies] or characteristic[s] of a phenomenon being observed," are very useful because they help a machine understand the data and classify it into categories or predict a value.


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Brain Pickings

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

Open Culture

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

What Did People Eat in Medieval Times? A Video Series and New Cookbook Explain #

A couple days ago, Open Culture’s Ayun Halliday brought us the delightfully amusing medieval comics of artist Tyler Gunther. With references to Game of Thrones and a piece of women’s headgear called “Planetary Realness,” the single-panel gags use seemingly-period-correct imagery to play with our presentist biases. The “Medieval Peasant Food Pyramid,” for example, shows a diet […]

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Jimi Hendrix Wreaks Havoc on the Lulu Show, Gets Banned From the BBC (1969) #

Can you imagine Jimi Hendrix singing a duet with Lulu? Well, neither could Hendrix. So when the iconoclastic guitar player showed up with his band at the BBC studios in London on January 4, 1969 to appear on Happening for Lulu, he was horrified to learn that the show's producer wanted him to sing with the […]

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Visit the Homes That Great Architects Designed for Themselves: Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius & Frank Gehry #

However impressive the buildings they design in the eminence of middle- and old age, most architects start their careers with private houses. Some architects, if they come into money early in life or simply can't sell themselves to any other clients, start with their own private house. But most have to put in a few […]

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Hacker News

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

Uses This

https://usesthis.com/ [setups]

Nathan Hoad #

Nathan Hoad

Who are you, and what do you do?

My name is Nathan Hoad and I'm an interactive developer and artist. I work on the Story Lab team at ABC News as well as doing various creative stuff with Lilly Piri.

I like to always be learning something interesting and my current challenge is to start an indie game studio. I've been writing a game engine and have a couple of games in the works (we've competed in and occasionally won a few hackathons in the past).

A couple of years ago I did one of those 365 projects where I challenged myself to complete a painting each day, every day. I learnt a lot from the experience.

It was around that time that some friends and I started playing Dungeons & Dragons. D&D ended up featuring quite heavily in my paintings and our party's adventures continue to be a source of inspiration and creativity to this day.

What hardware do you use?

I use a 15" MacBook Pro with a Gavin Belson Signature Edition Box 3 eGPU attached (custom built by Ben Hoad). The desk in my office at home is made from a bunch of parts from IKEA.

My Bose QC35 headphones help me focus.

I enjoy composing music (mostly game stuff) and have an M-Audio KeyStudio to help with that. It might not have many features but its simplicity is what I like most about it.

When I paint I use a Windsor & Newton pocket watercolour set.

I love to play games on my Nintendo Switch. That thing really is the perfect console AND portable gaming machine.

My iPhone 6S is getting quite old now but I'm not overly interested in phones so I'll probably only replace this if it gets abandoned by iOS or if I break it.

And what software?

When I'm working on games I spend most of my time in Visual Studio and Aseprite. Visual Studio for the coding and Aseprite because I use mostly pixel art in my games and Aseprite is the best and most fun editor there is. The game engine I'm working on is built on top of the MonoGame framework.

I write my game music using LMMS. I used to use GarageBand but now that I find myself in Windows more often than macOS I needed something that would work in both (and, to be honest, I actually feel like I'm more productive in LMMS even though it's harder to use).

It is for the same reason that I use Inkscape for any vector graphics stuff (though I do still use Sketch at lot at the ABC).

I used to use Final Cut Pro and Motion to cut together videos but I've recently started using DaVinci Resolve and, while there is a new learning curve to get up to speed, it's been fun and meets my need for it to run on both Windows and macOS.

When I'm working on web stuff I use VS Code. While I do use Chrome occasionally (it currently has a better debugger) my main browser of choice is Firefox. I use LastPass for all of my passwords and Notion for all of my note taking.

I've been having a great time learning German in Duolingo.

My favourite games to play at the moment are Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Celeste, and Final Fantasy IX (which I've now bought on two separate release days almost 20 years apart).

What would be your dream setup?

I kind of already have my dream setup (except maybe with the inclusion of a Surface Studio 2 for no other reason than they look interesting). I mostly prefer doing over having so I end up just using whatever is available to get stuff done.


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Ars Electronica Blog

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We Are the Mutants

https://wearethemutants.com [cultura]