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... ? Fallt Publishing | Assembler - Pimmon | Assembler - CD + MP3 + SimpleTextAudio™ + Graphic Scores| F.0012.0001 - .0005
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts Friday Review | Life after a lonesome deathOn February 9 1963, William Zantzinger, a rich young farmer, struck Hattie Carroll, a black barmaid, with his cane. She died that night; he got six months. Her story lives on in Bob Dylan's brilliant protest song - but where is Zantzinger now? And did The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll really change anything? Ian Frazier reports
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts news | Emin's flight of fancyRoman Standard features a small bird perched on a four-metre bronze pole designed as a tribute to the city's famous, mythical Liver Bird. "It vaguely resembles a swift," said Emin yesterday as the sculpture was installed. "But then it could be a starling."
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts galleries | Design Museum: You Are Here indexHow do we communicate without words? The Design Museum's latest exhibition explores the history of information design. From 18th century models of the solar system to the work of modernist heroes such as Herbert Bayer and Buckminster Fuller, and totems of daily life like the London Underground map, You Are Here decodes the ingenious use of visual information that guides us through our daily lives. The exhibition runs from February 12 until May 15 2005. More information at the Design Museum.
... ? Mantronix - Kurtis Mantronik - Articles - Loop GuruCOMPOSER STEVE REICH REVOLUTIONIZED THE ART OF PRE-SAMPLING TAPE LOOPS. DJ/PRODUCER KURTIS MANTRONIK MADE IT FUNKY.
... ? Guardian Unlimited Books | News | 'I've gotta get my elephant tusks back'Amid the guns, drugs and enormous expenses claims, Hunter S Thompson created a new style of writing - gonzo - and a generation of followers. Jon Ronson explains why he became one of them
... ? Guardian Unlimited Books | Extracts | On second thoughtsIf you've written your first book - a very candid memoir - and you're expecting a hostile reaction and talk of betrayal, it catches you unawares when the book becomes a runaway bestseller and suddenly you're a hero. Especially if there are still a few things that you might have done differently... Dave Eggers looks back
... ? Estonia travel | Lonely Planet World GuideEver wanted to eat blood sausages washed down with a syrupy liquor of unknown origin, go bog walking and sleep with 80 untouchable nuns and novices? You can do it all in Estonia, the small territory which packs in some charming quirks without ruining your budget. The early years of independence brought hardship, but Estonia is recovering. Despite the rapid changes since it regained its independence in 1991, there's still a lot of tradition, including a language packed with deep 'oo's and 'uu's and thriving folk shindigs.
... ? fridges and streets - A web space dedicated to the humming sound of the refrigeratorA fridge is timeless.
It hums always the same as it could have hummed yesterday or will hum tomorrow.
... ? WARP RECORDS - AFX - ANALORD04ANALORD04 (12" BLACK VINYL DISC).
A01 - CRYING IN YOUR FACE
A02 - HOME MADE POLYSYNTH
B01 - HALIBUT ACID
B02 - BREATH MARCH
... ? WARP RECORDS - AFX - ANALORD03ANALORD03 (12" BLACK VINYL DISC).
A01 - BOXING DAY
A02 - MIDIEVIL RAVE 1
B01 - KLOP JOB
B02 - MIDIEVIL RAVE 2
... ? Windows Mobile - ActiveSync 3.8 DownloadMicrosoft ActiveSync 3.8 is the latest synchronization software for Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs and Smartphones. ActiveSync 3.8 contains a set of security enhancements that provide a more secure syncing experience with a Windows PC, specifically
... ? Microsoft Downloads for Windows CEThis is a clearinghouse of download resources for Windows CE. Browse through the available listings and bookmark this page for quick access to the most current and applicable downloads.
... ? WIRED TEST Magazine2005-02-17WIRED TEST - THE ULTIMATE BUYERS GUIDE TO THE BEST PRODUCTS - 8MB PDF
... ? I Say A Little Prayer - Dionne Warwick2005-02-13At work, I just take time
And all through my coffee break-time
I say a little prayer for you
... ? The Observer | Magazine | My other halfAs twins, Paula and Diana shared everything: their clothes, their friends, their lives. But then, Paula committed suicide ... here, Diana Evans explains the unique pleasure of being a double act - and the singular pain of losing your twin
... ? LCD SOUNDSYSTEMThe Wire 251, January 2005 Unedited Transcript by Pete Shapiro
... ? Unnatural HighsThe Wire : ISSUE 140, October 95 Words: Biba Kopf Throughout history, the high male voice has been cast in the role of heavenly spirit, geek or monster. Biba Kopf goes in search of these unearthly sirens, from the 18th century castrato Farinelli, to contemporary countertenor singers such as Michael Chance and David James
... ? All Mix & No MasterThe Wire : ISSUE 103, September 1992 Words: David Toop
... ? The Music of GamesOne of its leading lights is Brazilian-born, London-raised, Montreal-residing Amon Tobin. Beginning with his 1997 debut Bricolage, Tobin carved out his own niche among Ninja Tune's roster with his spookily melodic sound, which evolved on his subsequent albums, Permutation (1998), Supermodified (2000), and Out From Out Where (2002).
... ?Apologies for the scarcity of posts this last week - sadly I lost my mother to Cancer early Monday morning so it's been a weeks of big lows & ,thanks to my close friends, some nice highs to offset this bumpy ride...Shouts & Hugs going out to all of ya, you know who you are...
... ? WARP RECORDS - "Untilted" WARP180 CD | 2LPWe are extremely pleased to announce that Autechre will release a new album "Untilted" on April 18th. (April 9th in Japan). Not only that, they will also be playing live in Europe (see below) plus the USA and Japan (dates tbc) "Untilted" WARP180 CD | 2LP
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts Friday Review | Pipe downHave talent? Want to throw it all away? Why not try crack cocaine, guaranteed to ruin a musical career
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts Friday Review | Wired for soundWhen Robert Moog invented a strange new electronic instrument, he never dreamed he would change the face of music - and scare people half to death. Pascal Wyse reports
... ? Guardian Unlimited | Arts news | Centre stage for artist's shocking final works - · Caravaggio: the Final Years, National Gallery, London. February 23 until May 222005-02-04
... ? Flat-eThe project began life as a film to accompany a performance by the London Sinfonietta of Edgard Varese's Ionisation. An inspiring 20th century composer who pioneered works that cross over into the electronic scene of today. The piece shows what you can achieve when people collaborate in an unventilated environment where superglue fumes outweigh the oxygen 6:1. The machines were made by our fair hands and animated in our small studio flat in the east end of London. We all still have tiny bits of clock and metal lodged under our skin which is a slight concern.
... ? John Cage . Indeterminacy . 89One of Suzuki's books ends with the poetic text of a Japanese monk describing his attainment of enlightenment. The final poem says, Now that I'm enlightened, I'm just as miserable as ever."