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This article is reposted from an article I wrote for The Technique (official site, Wikipedia article), published on March 19, 2010. (html). I’d imagine that the musical tastes of Tech students vary a bit from the “norm” – even when you compensate for factors such as age and race, I’d imagine a few unusual names […]

Clockwork Quartet

October 19th, 2009

I learned about this group, the Clockwork Quartet, through TheSixtyOne and I’d like you to give them a listen. Their songs are generally in story form so make sure you can hear them wherever you are, or wait until you can pay attention. Or just listen anyway! That’s cool too. If you like what you […]

Nexus

September 18th, 2009

Update (10/19/2009): Nexus has closed down! “We shut it down because we no longer have time to maintain or operate it. We’re working on a lot of new things, but they’re unrelated to Nexus.” The source code is posted on their notice at http://apps.facebook.com/_nexus_/ if you want to give it a try. Think about the […]

A Cross The Universe Goes To Warp

September 13th, 2009

I’ve noticed a definite trend in music lately, or at least the music that I listen to; there seems to be a convergence between what I know as the various forms of electronica and the far more popular (at least in the United States) genre of rock. The two examples of this that come to […]

The Real Chow Baby Review

September 12th, 2009

There are a few places that everyone should try at least once. In Atlanta, that would be Fire of Brazil/Fogo de Chao (Brazillian steakhouses; think classy meat buffet), Chow Baby, and while it was here, Kool Korners (now in Birmingham, Alabama). The best explanation I’ve read of Chow Baby is written by Creative Loafing. Summary: […]

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