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|Saturday, July 26th, 2008|
I got a new job and I'm moving to San Francisco in 2 months. (No, it's not with Google.)
|Friday, August 17th, 2007|
I will be in nova for a bit. Something like Saturday morning through Thursday morning. Hang-outs may be possible. Call me! (If you do not have my number ask and ye shall receive.)
|Saturday, April 7th, 2007|
|Saturday, March 31st, 2007|
|Saturday, January 13th, 2007|
|Monday, October 2nd, 2006|
To whom it may concern:
Here are 30 free, original, brand-spankin-new audio toys:http://www.kvraudio.com/developer_challenge.php
including my own humble contribution, Pondular (about halfway down the page).
(Note: even if you don't know what a "VST" is, you can probably still play with Lunchbox or Collide-and-Play, both of which are super fun.)
|Saturday, August 5th, 2006|
|Saturday, June 17th, 2006|
|How to pick the winner of the World Cup.
Is the Cup hosted in Europe? Bet on the home team
Is the Cup hosted outside of Europe? Bet on Brazil
That correctly picks the winner nearly half the time-- 8 out of the last 17 Cups!
A European side has never
won the Cup outside of Europe. Only one
non-European team has won the Cup in Europe (and they had Pele!)
Remember how 2002 was so exciting and full of surprise teams? Many pundits seem relieved that the traditional powers are back on top; the strong performances from Korea and the USA were clearly flukes.
.. or maybe the European teams were not quite as strong on a neutral field.
In the last 4 Cups in Europe (France 98, Italy 90, Spain 82, Germany 74) European sides have posted a 61-20-30 record, with 208 goals for and 90 goals against (1.87 - 0.81 per game).
In the last 4 Cups outside of Europe (Korea/Japan 02, USA 94, Mexico 86, Argentina 78) European sides have posted a 49-44-29 record, with 160 goals for and 147 goals against (1.31-1.20 per game).
|Friday, March 17th, 2006|
|Mopis in CM98
Mopis got a nice review in the latest issue (nr 98) of Computer Music
, as part of a round up of something like "Top Six Plugins You Might Have Missed." I don't think it is available in most US bookstores/newstands yet, but a UK user was kind enough to pass it along.
Choice quote: "Verdict: It may look simple, but there's more to Mopis than meets the eye. At this price, it's got to be worth considering. Rating: 8 [out of 10]"Update
wait, I forgot the choicest quotes:
"...thick, punchy bass patches of the sort you'd expect to hear from an ARP or Moog clone."
"...some outlandish sounds that'd sound right at home on a Skinny Puppy record..."
|Thursday, January 19th, 2006|
|Thursday, December 29th, 2005|
|Definitely get it
This is my baby:www.mopis-synth.comDefinitely
check it out.Definitely
P.S. If you are my friend, and you actually have use for such a thing, perhaps I can score you a modest discount. Send me an e-mail.
|Saturday, May 4th, 2002|
|20 hours until Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
I hope you're writhing with jealousy right about now. If not, it would suffice for you to pretend to be writhing with jealousy for my benefit.
(and I thought about my friend Michel, how they rolled him in linoleum and they popped him in the neck -- bloody halo like a think-bubble circling his head. and I bellowed at the firmaments: "looks like the rains are here to stay!" and the rain pissed down upon me and washed me all away) Current Mood: insomniac
|Sunday, March 10th, 2002|
(01:50:14) Aprotim: you don't read LJ anymore, do you?
(01:51:14) Sublimior: not really
(01:51:22) Aprotim: heh
(01:51:29) Aprotim: you oughta post occasionally
|Wednesday, June 27th, 2001|
Allow me to introduce my old friend Mr. Coffee.
Good sir, I'll have three cups, hot as hellfire, black as your soul.
Aprotim had better be up. (Hey Aprotim! Get up!) Current Mood: Shut your pie *hole*
|Monday, June 25th, 2001|
4482 new messages for firstname.lastname@example.org
My modem is crying. At least I'm done moving. Current Mood: I am the King...of No Pants!
|Saturday, June 9th, 2001|
Ventera mailed me a cookie (at least I think it's a cookie). It's shaped like a dog biscuit, and it says "Ventera" on it. Apparently that's the consolation prize.
A cookie. WTF?
|Tuesday, May 29th, 2001|
I spent most of the day re-recording "Throw In The Towel"
on the crappiest equipment imaginable. w00p!
Have a listen: it's just like real surf music, only not as .. surfy. Current Mood: I Love Ma Guitare
|Monday, May 21st, 2001|
My new home:
Tysons Corner, Virginia
(I swear I've spent more time there than at my house the past four days.)
|Sunday, May 6th, 2001|