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    James Murphy and IBM Transforming U.S. Open Tennis Data Into 400 Hours of Music
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Between his score for Noah Baumbach’s forthcoming movie While We’re Young, his musical renovations for the New York City MTA, and his signature coffee, James Murphy has been keeping pretty busy lately. Now, the LCD Soundsystem mastermind ha…

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    James Murphy and IBM Transforming U.S. Open Tennis Data Into 400 Hours of Music
    Zoe Camp, pitchfork.com

    Between his score for Noah Baumbach’s forthcoming movie While We’re Young, his musical renovations for the New York City MTA, and his signature coffee, James Murphy has been keeping pretty busy lately. Now, the LCD Soundsystem mastermind ha…

    This will either be really terrible, or really awesome.

     
  2. 12:59 18th Sep 2013

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    Absolutely brilliant: McGill University grad student Tim Blais did his master thesis on three-dimensional gravity, then adapted it in "Bohemian Gravity" – a one-man acapella cover of the Queen classic, the best thing since this vintage scientific paper as a 38-stanza poem and a fine addition to these unusual covers of “Bohemian Rhapsody”

    ( It’s Okay To Be Smart)

     
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Roger Waters - The Wall, a set on Flickr.
Pink Floyd is probably my favorite band. My father introduced me to their music when I was little, and I was obsessed with them throughout middle and high school. Their album, The Wall, is arguably one of the best rock albums of all time. I feel a somewhat deeper connection with it, based on some coincidences:  I was born in 1979 and The Wall was released in 1979. Two of my father’s good friend’s attended The Wall concert in Berlin, at the wall, on July 21st, 1990 - my birthday. David Gilmour inspired my choice of guitar - a Fender Telecaster. And this Monday, as an early Father’s Day celebration, I attended Roger Waters’ Wall concert with my wife and father in Indianapolis. It was one of the best live music experiences of my life.  Here are a few photos. Apologies for the low quality - I used my phone.
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    Roger Waters - The Wall, a set on Flickr.

    Pink Floyd is probably my favorite band. My father introduced me to their music when I was little, and I was obsessed with them throughout middle and high school. Their album, The Wall, is arguably one of the best rock albums of all time. I feel a somewhat deeper connection with it, based on some coincidences:

    I was born in 1979 and The Wall was released in 1979. Two of my father’s good friend’s attended The Wall concert in Berlin, at the wall, on July 21st, 1990 - my birthday. David Gilmour inspired my choice of guitar - a Fender Telecaster. And this Monday, as an early Father’s Day celebration, I attended Roger Waters’ Wall concert with my wife and father in Indianapolis. It was one of the best live music experiences of my life.

    Here are a few photos. Apologies for the low quality - I used my phone.

     
  4. 19:52 29th May 2012

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    ‘Where’s Wall-E?’ by Richard Sargent. 
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    ‘Where’s Wall-E?’ by Richard Sargent

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    Chicago sunset (Taken with instagram)

    Chicago sunset (Taken with instagram)

     
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    You are beautiful. (Thanks)

    You are beautiful. (Thanks)

     
  7. Rhythm in a building is largely a question of the third dimension or the depth of the building. A thing is out of place when it is not in rhythm. And what is rhythm in a building? In music you listen to it, in painting you look at it, in a building you live with it.
    — Frank Lloyd Wright, 1952
     
  8. akingswayoflife:

    LEGO x Moleskine Notebooks Collection

    The legend of LEGO bricks joins the legendary notebook for this limited-edition Moleskine ledger collection. This is the latest in a series of products that plays with pop icons of our times, including Woodstock, Pac-Man, Petit Prince and Star Wars. Offered up in four different Ruled and Plain Notebook versions, each contains a printed themed flyleaf, an inner pocket, a color-coordinated bookmark and 10 adhesive labels representing LEGO bricks and LEGO men to personalize your records and pages. The LEGO limited edition will be available at the Moleskine Store and on shelves worldwide starting March 1, 2012.

    Via Hypebeast

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  9. mediology:

Susan Kare Apple icon sketches (via The Sketchbook of Susan Kare, the Artist Who Gave Computing a Human Face | NeuroTribes and The Atlantic)
     
  10. For those of you who remember Tetris, Communism, or both.