Monthly Archives: June 2020
Look What They’ve Done to Our Songs Digital recording was never meant to reproduce sound faithfully. Rather, it was a way to replace bulky tapes and records and to allow recordings to be easily shared and manipulated. Digital only samples, … Continue reading
Richard Dawkins Reads A.E. Housman From Poems that Make Grown Men Cry, Anthony and Ben Holden, ed., Simon and Schuster, Limited (2015) This video was for the UK’s National Poetry Day in 2014: https://nationalpoetryday.co.uk/previous-years/ (external link) Turn on the close captioning. … Continue reading
Here’s a look at the countryside north of Goldfield, Nevada. I was hoping to film antelope but they didn’t show up. They usually do.
This setup works for me. All this equipment pays off in more work, better work, less frustration. The cost of our profession. — https://www.instagram.com/tgfarley/ Follow me on Instagram: tgfarley
Dah Rock Shop I missed these people on my Travel List, apologies. (external link) It’s easy to get distracted when you are in Tucson for the Big Show. I have heard of this shop but I think I got it … Continue reading
I recently took fifteen minutes to write out my thoughts on the satellite terminal I just bought to a website that had little information on the device. That site deals with communicating on the road, particularly to the RV set. … Continue reading
Def Con 28 will be held this year in a virtual “safe mode”, the physical event in Las Vegas cancelled. I went to Def Con II and III. That was a long time ago. In 1994 I was at the … Continue reading
From Amber Unicorn Books June 13, 2020 Many of you are aware that Amber Unicorn has been ‘up for Sale’ since last fall. We have enjoyed some positive feedback and genuine interest. However, with the Covid-19 complications, things have understandably … Continue reading
One of Dylan’s best, only now being listened to again.
From today’s Wall Street Journal https://www.wsj.com/articles/cancel-culture-journalism-11591658340 Cancel Culture Journalism, by the Editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal (in part) An ostensibly independent opinion section was ransacked because the social-justice warriors in the newsroom opposed a single article espousing a … Continue reading