Two hours of bass house from Disorient sound guru Charlie Funk.

Only 100 humans have a Moog Subharmonicon, so someone took a stab at mimicking it using the ever-present Make Noise Maths. Not too shabby.

X-Posted from the archive from 2008:

It's probably futile to do so, but here's my partial history of New York City in video games. The difficult part is actually figuring out, in fact, if a game takes place in New York. For instance, Frogger could take place in New York, if the West Side Highway straddled a Hudson River full of logs and turtles. Pac-Man is certainly a metaphoric representation of the Financial District. If Donkey Kong is an homage to King Kong, wouldn't that mean he's throwing barrels from the Empire State Building?

NYC Resistor is a hacker collective with a shared space located in Brooklyn. We meet regularly to share knowledge, hack on projects together, and build community.

NEWYORKEXITNEWYORK (c) is an installation featuring a virtual environment in 3 dimensions built out of photographs of New-York City, USA. With a Joystick controller one can freely surf a city metaphor in real time 3D and projected on a giant screen. Defying gravity laws to dive in and out of space and time, to be part and observer of a new interpretation of urban patterns like traffic, noise and streetlife of a virtual city,

Pod Mod talks with the duo behind Seattle modular synthesizer company Noise Engineering and touches on topics as varied as product naming, endangered animals, and the ladies of modular.

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Pod Mod talks with the duo behind Seattle modular synthesizer company Noise Engineering and touches on topics as varied as product naming, endangered animals, and the ladies of modular.

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Add the 4th amendment to government license plate databases by wearing this shirt/jacket/etc.

Add the 4th amendment to government license plate databases by wearing this shirt/jacket/etc.

Add the 4th amendment to government license plate databases by wearing this shirt/jacket/etc.

Add the 4th amendment to government license plate databases by wearing this shirt/jacket/etc.

Dana Gould talks to Mallory O’Meara, author of The Lady From the Black Lagoon. It tells the story of Millicent Patrick, who worked in the Universal Studios makeup department in the early 1950’s. She created the Creature From The Black Lagoon, which was a landmark moment in film, but credit was stolen by a man with far less talent.

The Dana Gould Hour consistently covers topics I usually don't care much about with such humor and affection that I eagerly await every new episode.

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