Posts Tagged ‘music’

The Man Who Broke the Music Business – The New Yorker

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

The Man Who Broke the #Music Business An original conduit for the #MP3 & Napster boom, the dawn of digital piracy

Annals of Technology APRIL 27, 2015 ISSUE

The Man Who Broke the Music Business
The dawn of online piracy.

Is Your Music Too Loud? Experts Say It May Be If it Is Louder Than a Microwave’s Beep – WSJ

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Is Your Music Too Loud? At max volume iPod w/ default white earbuds is 102 dB. Safe for 5′. Listen all day at 80dB

Multiscale representation of genomic signals : Nature Methods : Nature Publishing Group

Saturday, June 14th, 2014

Interesting but addressing mappability issue is key! Might want to also use a non-analytic stat test….
Compared to wavelets, non-independence betw. scales, perhaps key for allowing pruning.

Multiscale representation of #genomic signals. Fold changes & peaks at different scales; better expression prediction

Vast Recorded Legacy of the Grateful Dead, New Yorker. From spontaneity to curation!

Friday, December 7th, 2012

[] is home to 8,976 Grateful Dead recordings—over six thousand more than any other band. You can browse the recordings by year, so if you click on, say, 1973 you will see links to two hundred and ninety-four recordings, beginning with four versions of a February 9th concert at Stanford and ending with several versions of December 19th in Tampa.

Dark Star Orchestra, a Grateful Dead tribute band listener thought you would be interested in this song

Monday, January 2nd, 2012

Pandora is a free music service that helps you listen to and discover new music.

I’m listening to Take Me Home, Country Roads (Unplugged) (Live) by John Denver on Pandora