I’ve always found sockets look like faces and the electrical company here in the province of Quebec in Canada had a campaign years ago on consumption awareness that featured the faces on the electrical socket talking to each other.
Have you ever had a need for an image of someone, but did not want to use a real person. This site creates realistic portraits of people generated from a computer algorithm.
I take a short drive to the hardware store to pick up more panels and wood slats for my studio ceiling and answer @dzakyem on the WinDV PC software I used to transfer my MiniDV tapes to my computer via Firewire.
AudioMo goes beat, well sort of in this Allan Ginsberg-inspired beat poem. I attempted several deliveries, but just couldn’t do it, I promise to do another one before AudioMo 2021 is over (Oh what have I promised…).
Today is a rather sombre day and as my friend will explain, I asked it to send you a message.
Where do my audio recordings reside? You’d be amazed, the story of a little server.
June 3rd is an anniversary of sorts for yours truly and a very significant day. There is more to say on this subject and I may elaborate further in the weeks to come.
Trying something new today for AudioMo!
AudioMo sneaked up on me, never saw it coming, must have been wearing very quiet shoes. I was all geared up to do a well-organized, well-though out and well-prepared AudioMo, but alas, it will have to go to next year. Here is my June 1st entry, as I talk about why I haven’t talked about […]