Tag Archives: Open society

Why I’m not blogging

This sort of post has now become a staple, but here are some things I’m doing instead of blogging. I’ll try to post a little bit about these projects as they progress. * Finishing up my new book, Search Engine Society. I’m putting the finishing touches on the index. All of it was desperately out […]
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“Cognitive surplus” and the big change

Brilliant talk by Clay Shirky:
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Obama in 30 Seconds

There’s still a chance to vote on the finalists in the Obama in 30 Seconds contest for Citizen-created political ads.
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Your Sample Just Exploded

This is so cool. Yes, Melodyne has been around for a while, saving vocalists from their own flatness. But what really makes this interesting is what it means for samples. It’s hard enough now to detect the use of a sample, as it is folded, spun, and mutilated. But at what point does it stop […]
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