Jun

23

:: OK Go + Earl Greyhound + The Booze :: seeing is believing

Hey did you know I take pictures too? OK Go might be one of the most visually stunning bands on the circuit right now.

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Mar

22

I can see clearly now: augmented reality in a contact lens

If you’ve read my thoughts on ubiquitous music or have been paying any attention to my twitter feed it’s pretty easy to understand why this article by Babak A. Parviz gets my geek up.

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Feb

11

:: The Builders and The Butchers ::

Thanks to the efforts of the guys behind the scenes @ melophobe, you can now embed the slide shows from our concert reviews in your various social pages! Booya!

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Oct

07

:: the rule of 1 : 2 : 2 ::

There are a ton of posts about twitter’s golden ratio being friends to followers, but isn’t the real golden ratio to be found in the ratio of the kind of content you’re putting out?

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Aug

21

:: xCountry: day dos ::

So directly below this statement is the best thing about Idaho:

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Apr

22

SNOW

s part of NORTH’s second “We’re Live Downtown” campaign for Portland’s Downtown Marketing Initiative, I helped to concept, design and execute a reactive environment ( interactive art installation ) using Flash-based motion detection software and three local artists’ interpretation of what snow in Portland looked like to them ( artist courtesy of P.I.C.A. ).

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Mar

04

:: punch your ears in the face :: february favs

the first in a series, a monthly rambling with a few tunes to feed your ipod…

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Jan

22

:: i’m getting slow ::

i wandered into a local starbucks to treat myself to a more expensive coffee this AM and was slightly appalled at what i saw on the counter…

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Jan

18

:: on the radar: volume 1 :: blind pilot + loch lomond + old belivers

ok so here’s the first installment of music ramblings which i’ll call “on the radar”. the bands mentioned here have come to my attention in one way or another (live, commercial recordings, indie recordings, recommendations, whatevs…) and i figure they’re worth writing about on some level.

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