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Big Leg Ida

Mon, 14 Nov 2016 21:58:35 +0000

I love this piece for the calm mood, for the super sparse mix, and for the hollering vocal.


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Wed, 09 Nov 2016 17:34:27 +0000

It is the will of the people. The voters wanted to break shit, and thus shall it be broken. The first thing each of us needs to do is take care of ourself. The right wing can’t govern. They gave us Iraq and the Great Recession. They gave us epic national debt. And that was … Continue reading Next



Deserts 2 – disquiet0251

Mon, 07 Nov 2016 22:32:29 +0000

New music by me – Deserts 2 – disquiet0251 The last thing I put out in this stream of ideas was Playing In Tongues. After about ten years of making heavily predetermined music, I’m inspired by looseness, flow and improvisation. Revelation instead of perspiration. So far this music isn’t as successful as my earlier stuff. … Continue reading Deserts 2 – disquiet0251



Dark days for women

Sun, 06 Nov 2016 17:21:04 +0000

Women working in Trump’s orbit have been in a supremely hostile work environment. That’s a given. No news. But that only applied on the set of a reality show, or a troubled real estate business. This will now apply at the White House. And women who work in politics or who simply want a voice … Continue reading Dark days for women



Honestest Ever

Thu, 03 Nov 2016 23:35:48 +0000

Most exonerated politician ever. Who has ever been so investigated with so little to show? You or I would look like an axe murderer with all that investigation.



Why all white people are racist, but can’t handle being called racist: the theory of white fragility

Thu, 13 Oct 2016 16:52:47 +0000

if you think of yourself as one of the “good” white people, you think you’ve got it down. You see the latest person caught on camera using the “n-word,” that’s what racism is to you. Whatever you’re doing isn’t racist. And so you don’t think about the whiteness of your neighborhood, your school system or … Continue reading Why all white people are racist, but can’t handle being called racist: the theory of white fragility



Euro

Mon, 19 Sep 2016 17:38:08 +0000

Instead of calling myself “White”, I am trying out “Euro.” It’s working so far. It’s a comfortable word to say. Unlike “European-American,” it’s euphonious. This is part of my effort to break out of the linguistic trap of the one-drop rule.



Alexaphone? Too big. Think AlexaPods instead.

Thu, 15 Sep 2016 17:50:26 +0000

Why would Amazon stop squeezing the Echo at the half-sized Dot? Why wouldn’t they keep going to reach phone size? And why not keep getting smaller than that, since Echo’s voice-first UX allows the phone to be screenless? Amazon Nano Echo needs a radio for Internet connectivity. It needs low power bluetooth to connect to … Continue reading Alexaphone? Too big. Think AlexaPods instead.



Sexist things list entry

Wed, 14 Sep 2016 18:41:34 +0000

Men talk over or interrupt women more often than other men. This is sexist. Men should be aware of the pattern and take steps against it. I’m exploring the idea that helping males scale the learning curve related to sexism is a male responsibility. This is not to claim that I have personally scaled that … Continue reading Sexist things list entry



We had the wrong president

Wed, 14 Sep 2016 17:49:35 +0000

The 9/11 attacks were clearly meant to sucker-punch the U.S., but also to lure the country into war. A wiser president would have had a thoughtful, sophisticated and less costly response than going into what has turned out to be an enduring state of war in Afghanistan (and bordering parts of Pakistan) and Iraq (and … Continue reading We had the wrong president