Monday, October 28, 2013
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Friday, October 25, 2013
Monday, October 21, 2013
Here's a performance that was recorded on Friday. Of the Corpo Baletroacústico at an "integrated performance" seminar in Goiania. You don't see me but I'm playing one of the computers in the orchestra : the one that's making a kind of wooshing sound in the background of the second movement, and slightly more harmonic chords at the beginning of the third, with a few stabs of noise later on.
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
We've been doing some death-related activities in Senhoritas Cafe in Brasilia recently.
Here's the laptop orchestra playing a couple of months ago :
Meanwhile, here's some "reporting from Hell" played at a more recent event.
My new link-blog: Yelling At Strangers From The Sky is out of action. It seems that Trex, the server behind Fargo, has serious problems.
I'm still dropping links into this outline, because the principle of having microblogging under my control is a good one. But I'll have to find a way to render the output from this blog.
Hint : It may have something to do with GeekWeaver :-)
Hint 2 : Solutions that involve me hacking something together sometimes ... take ... time ...
Wednesday, October 09, 2013
After the Westgate Mall attack in Nairobi, few would argue that al-Shabaab is not a terrorist organization. But al-Shabaab is involved in a local war, and is not invested in attacking the US homeland. The indictment against Moalin explicitly stated that al-Shabaab's enemies were the present Somali government and "its Ethiopian and African Union supporters". Perhaps, it makes sense for prosecutors to pursue Somali Americans for doing essentially what some Irish Americans did to help the IRA; perhaps not. But this single successful prosecution, under a vague criminal statute, which stopped a few thousand dollars from reaching one side in a local conflict in the Horn of Africa, is the sole success story for the NSA bulk domestic surveillance program.