Tag Archives: good-old-days
By gavin | Published: January 12, 2008
In lieu of anything actually new, how about a walk down memory lane Play with the Machine style? January 2005 Tara Mcpherson: “Fantastic poster maker & illustrator. Letterpress-esque, check out the Stereolab one. She sells them, Stereolab is on $35.” Timely even! Her stuff is featured prominently in Juno’s (from the movie Juno) bedroom. January 2004 FSDB: “FSDB is [...]
By gavin | Published: October 6, 2006
I have an awful lot of archived weblog items dating all the way back to 2000 or so. In those days I used the weblog more like a link dump so just publishing them as-is wouldn’t make much sense, no context, meaningless. To get some sort of use out of them I’ll reference, when appropriate, [...]
By gavin | Published: May 14, 2004
The Conversations : Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film / “Walter Murch is a true oddity in Hollywood. A genuine intellectual and renaissance man who appears wise and private at the centre of various temporary storms to do with film making and his whole generation of filmmakers. He knows, probably, where a [...]
By gavin | Published: March 17, 2002
“Boodler is a tool for creating soundscapes — continuous, infinitely varying streams of sound. Boodler is designed to run in the background on a computer, maintaining whatever sound environment you desire.” Boodler can listen to a network socket for messages and alter the soundscape accordingly.
By gavin | Published: October 25, 2001
Peep: The Network Auralizer — Straight from sweetcode, this is a wonderful app! “Peep is a network monitoring tool that represents network information via audio output. Network diagnosis with Peep is made not only based on singular network events, but on whether the network as a whole “sounds normal”. ” Go listen to the samples.