In order to change broken institutions, advocates need to work from within, not just throw stones from outside. So full credit to RMS for telling Microsoft how many ways they're still completely wrong... while standing in the belly of the beast: https://www.zdnet.com/article/free-software-advocate-richard-stallman-spoke-at-microsoft-research-this-week/
This one keeps going: https://rosenausanborn.bandcamp.com/album/bluebird
Wow! That's an opener!
"Our modern secular religion is the worship of markets as self-correcting, self-perfecting systems that merely demand that we all act in our own self-interest to produce an outcome that makes us all better off. Whenever corporations thrive by making us all worse off, we’re told to stop complaining, because it is the “will of the market” at work."
An album about river monsters (and other creatures) and its companion outtakes EP about nothing.
On air soon! 4pm today, on @BBCRadio4@twitter.com, a documentary about Audio Illusions. Featuring @email@example.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org , myself, plus... who knows what? https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00082dr
Mahalia Frank presenting her work on the neuroanatomy that might explain what zebra finches can hear while still in the egg! #ibac2019 She's working with @email@example.com in our bird group at @QMUL@twitter.com
(The other alternative is descriptive naming like: process audio, synthesize or process audio, insert and process audio, overlay and process audio, which at first seemed too generic to be useful but maybe the ultra-boring naming would be good in the end. It's fun to harvest a set of crops for prep and iterate over a set of recipes to bake and mix, etc etc though.
Naming my abstractions in a new thing after stages in a food lifecycle (crops, farms, prep, recipes, baking, mixing...) just to have something better than A, B, C, X, Y, Z -- but I have a feeling the names are going to end up sticking and I'm going to start thinking in terms of food preparation as I build this up.
Oh screw it, it's done.
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