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Here’s the 10th episode of MAKE’s podcast, Make: Talk! In each episode, I interview one of the makers featured in the magazine. Our maker this week is Andy Cavatorta. Andy is a roboticist, artist, musician, and filmmaker. He was at MIT’s Media Lab from 2007 to 2010. In the current issue of MAKE, Vol 29,
Here’s Frank Zappa explaining what went wrong with the music industry — it all went sour when the clueless, cigar-chomping old guys hired hippies who “understood music” to do the picking. Frank Zappa explains the decline of the music business (Thanks, amanicdroid!)
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Frank Zappa explains the decline of the music industry
Writing in Washington Life, Karin Tanabe describes the remarkable writing office designed by Travis Price architects for Wade Davis, National Geographic’s “Explorer in Residence.” It’s one of the most beautiful rooms I’ve ever seen, the apotheosis of writing-caves. “Travis did a studio on M Street in Georgetown for me,” Davis says, noting that in his
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Writing office for National Geographic’s "Explorer in Residence"
KILL ACTA: give the EU an earful about secret copyright treaties in Brussels tomorrow at 2PM (and more protests all over the world)
Tomorrow marks a day of global protest against ACTA, the profoundly undemocratic copyright treaty that was negotiated in secret, and which governments are signing up for without democratic review and debate from elected representatives. In Brussels, thousands will mass at the Bourse De Bruxelles at 2PM to give the EU an earful. Update: Germany’s out
Razani Base, Waziristan,Aug. 1938, from which British and Indian forces suppressed a local insurrection.Photo: Brian Harrington Spier, under CC The Bureau of Investigative Journalism found that drones targeted funeral mourners and rescuers responding to prior strikes. One government official, granted the veil of anonymity by The New York Times, would not deny that it had
No British citizen has ever been extradited to the United States for a copyright offense. But Richard O’Dwyer, the 23-year-old college student who ran TV Shack, may become the first. As I understand it, the charges aren’t that his (very popular) site actually hosted the copyrighted content, but that it served as a directory of
On the Autopia forums, AkamaiDetailing recently unveiled his brushed-steel DeLorean, polished and buffed to a mirror finish: “This took an insane amount of time, but it was so worth it. Has anyone else done this before?” They have indeed.
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DeLorean buffed to mirror-finish