Today is Wendy Carlos's 80th birthday!
She is a pioneer of electronic music, best known for composing the score of TRON (1982) and for her ground-breaking album, "Switched-On Bach" (1968.) In 1978, she came out publicly as a transgender woman, one of the few public figures to do so at the time.
If you enjoy electronic music today, you can thank Wendy Carlos!
Check out this BBC interview from '89:
Finally got through it. What a whopping list. https://hackeducation.com/2019/12/31/what-a-shitshow
Save the date: NODE 2020 is happening!
NODE Forum for Digital Arts in its sixth edition invites you to become part of a week long creative exploration of technologies. Join us for an exhibition, creative coding workshops with vvvv, a symposium, AV performances, laboratories, artist talks and engaging debates.
Why We Need a Speed Limit for the Internet
@Gargron how does this actually work?
i was suspecting to find something about it in the settings but didn't. any hint?
This says everything I've thought about #Brave for a long time, way better than I can say it.
“also something Thunderbird is actively looking at supporting, in product, in 2020.”
Pretty impressive to see Twitter's CEO explain how awesome the fediverse is without once mentioning the fediverse. Is this some kind of Oulipo-like game? https://twitter.com/jack/status/1204766078468911106
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