The weirdest tech we spotted at CES 2022

To celebrate all the strange and wonderful things that surface at CES, we've rounded up a modest collection of the weirdest tech we spotted this year
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The “Change” Binary Of Music

The urge to be static rose concurrently with the urge to change. And so, in the twenty-first century, we’re presented with a choice: to look ahead or to look down. Not back or backwards, not into the past (because pastness cannot be and is not always equated with stasis), but down. – NewMusicBox
Tags: Art, Music

Kill Me Baby Ending Sequence Recreated With Paper Cutouts

A rather crafty otaku has reenacted the entire legendary ending sequence of killer comedy Kill Me Baby using only paper cutouts, an accomplishment that will prove impressive and bound to have observers making requests for different ending sequences or memorable anime moments. The video was uploaded to NicoNico Douga and accumulated 27,000+ views in about […]
Tags: Music, Comedy, Parody, Anime, Ed, Comparison, Image Gallery, NicoNico Douga, Kill Me Baby

Travis & Greg McMichael Sentenced to Life in Prison Without Parole for Murder of Ahmaud Arbery, William “Roddie” Bryan Gets Life w/ Possibility of Parole

Travis and Gregory McMichael—the murderous father-son duo who took the life of a young Black man who was just jogging through a South Georgia neighborhood—will never ever see the light of day … because they both just got sentenced to LIFE IN PRISON WITHOUT PAROLE for the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery. Meanwhile, their friend William “Roddie” Bryan Jr.—who basically helped them kill Ahmaud—was also sentenced to life in prison, but with the possibility of parole. Details below (via Associated Pr...
Tags: Murder, Crime, News, Georgia, Jazz, Associated Press, Good News, U S District Court, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Greg, Bryan, Brunswick, South Georgia, Travis, Brunswick Georgia, Glynn County

A Rusty Old Water Tank In The Australian Outback Becomes A Chapel Of Music And Light

Deep in the red-dirt semidesert of interior New South Wales, composer Georges Lentz and architect Glenn Murcutt created the Cobar Sound Chapel, visually a cross between Peter Zumthor and James Turrell, with a 24-hour “digital string quartet” by Lentz on loop. – T — The New York Times Style Magazine
Tags: Art, Music, New South Wales, Visual, James Turrell, Lentz, Peter Zumthor, Glenn Murcutt, Georges Lentz, Cobar Sound Chapel

Queens of the Stone Age cover Romeo Void's Never Say Never

It's getting harder to find modern rock bands lately. I'm not talking about indie bands that play guitar or pop acts (like Imagine Dragons) which classify themselves as a rock band. I'm talking about bona-fide, hard-rocking bands. You can blame the genre's decline on a litany of reasons, but rock music's status as "youth music" was usurped. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Music, News, Covers, Rock And Roll, Queens Of The Stone Age

NLRB Orders Orchestra To Pay Musicians $276K For Missed Concerts

Local 171 of the American Federation of Musicians, representing 71 SSO musicians, had offered to forgo the settlement if board members would instead resign and the money go toward putting on a 2022 concert season. – MassLive
Tags: Art, Music, Nlrb, SSO

Eine Woche als Redakteurin in Berlin mit einem Jahreseinkommen von 39.600 €

Willkommen bei Money Diaries! Einem Format, in dem wir das allgegenwärtige Tabu Geld angehen. Wir fragen echte Menschen, wie sie ihr hart verdientes Geld sieben Tage lang ausgeben – und verfolgen jeden Cent. Diese Woche: Eine 28-Jährige Redakteurin aus Berlin, die diese Woche zwar viel erlebt, aber dabei weniger ausgibt, als sie angenommen hätte.  Beruf: RedakteurinBranche: MedienAlter: 28Ort: BerlinJahresgehalt (Brutto): 39.600 €Monatliches Einkommen (Netto): 2160 €Anzahl deiner Mitbew...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Berlin, Munchen, Kreuzberg, Montag, Kollegen, Weg, Wie, Kanal, Essen, Freundin, Jahren, Freund, Bremerhaven, Abend

Bob Dylan’s lawyers call child sexual abuse lawsuit ‘false and malicious’

Singer’s legal team attempt to discredit anonymous accuser after she changes timeframe of allegations in 1965Lawyers for Bob Dylan have formally denied allegations of child sexual abuse made against him in a lawsuit from an anonymous woman filed in August 2021.The lawsuit claims that Dylan groomed the woman, referred to as JC, when she was 12 years old and sexually abused her. Dylan, it is claimed, aimed to “lower her inhibitions with the object of sexually abusing her, which he did, coupled wit...
Tags: Music, US news, Culture, Pop and rock, Bob Dylan, Dylan

‘Booty is part of Blackness!’ Bobby Rush on blues, dirty dancing and being the funkiest man alive

After 75 years of performing live – including in mid-century minstrel shows – Rush’s joyful ‘folk funk’ is finally attracting wide acclaim. He talks about his tough childhood, his feud with James Brown and staying true to his Black audienceThe King of the Chitlin’ Circuit. The Hardest Working Man in Showbiz. The Funkiest Man Alive. These are just three honorary titles bestowed on Bobby Rush, and he wears them all with joyous pride. Rush had planned to start the new year with two performances in ...
Tags: Music, London, Mississippi, James Brown, Soul, Culture, Pop and rock, Blues, Rush, Bobby Rush, Jackson Mississippi

Tech Talk :: PT15IR Custom Footswitch

Author: Tone Jones Subject: PT15IR Custom Footswitch Posted: Thu Jan 06, 2022 10:10 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 A couple of years ago, a local person me built me a custom footswitch for my 3 channel amp. It had two foot switches, each with their own 1/4” jack, but what made it pretty trick was it also had a 1/8” mini plug wired to the clean channel footswitch so that every time I switched to the clean channel, it would automatically turn on my Koji comp via the mini plug. I was hoping to use t...
Tags: Music, Koji, Topic Replies

3 Tips for Simplifying Your Life With Tech

Today, there seems to be an advanced tech solution for just about anything you might want to do in your life. For example, a guide to multi currency payments may be necessary in order to help you make the most of sophisticated, new high-tech payment methods, in the context of a business. But what if you’re not trying to do something highly specialized with a highly specialized tool, but actually want to use tech in a way that can help you to simplify your life, and to get the most out of your ...
Tags: Apple, Technology, Life, Jazz

3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Leave Your Job To Start a Business

It’s never been easier to start a business. With so many stay-at-home parents thinking that all they need to do is set up an e-commerce business and they are good to go, the reality is somewhat different. In fact, if you are considering setting up a business in order to get away from your 9 to 5 humdrum existence, here are a few questions you really need to ask. Are You Prepared to Invest More Money Than You Think? While it’s commonly known that approximately 90% of startups fail, it’s impor...
Tags: Business, Money Matters, Employment, Finances, Jazz

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