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Live at the Witch Trials - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Live at the Witch Trials - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Live at the Witch Trials is the debut studio album by The Fall. It wast released on 16 March 1979, through record label Step-Forward. It is not, despite its title, a live album, but was recorded in the studio in the period of one day and mixed by producer Bob Sargeant the next. No singles were taken from the album, a practice that would be commonplace for the group until 1986."

Syndicated 2013-03-18 19:54:00 from sness

Bulletproof Demos

Bulletproof Demos: "1. Start by closing Chrome (after copying down these instructions!)
2. Open a Terminal (Cmd+Space then type "Terminal")
3. Type open -a "Google Chrome" --args --record-mode and hit enter.
4. Run through your demo, and close Chrome, returning to the terminal.
5. Type open -a "Google Chrome" --args --playback-mode and hit enter.
6. Everything will be served out of the recorded cache, even if your servers have exploded, a bug has been deployed, or the conference wifi has dropped out.


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Syndicated 2013-03-18 17:14:00 from sness

Echoprint - Open source music identification

Echoprint - Open source music identification: "Echoprint is an open source music identification system that allows anyone to build music fingerprinting into their application. It is powered by The Echo Nest, in partnership with Musicbrainz."

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Syndicated 2013-03-17 07:33:00 from sness

Photo-Lettering - New Alphabet: Sodachrome

Photo-Lettering - New Alphabet: Sodachrome: "Causing typographic classification experts to reach for, then throw out their copy of Vox, Sodachome is a chromatic concoction of two parts serif forming one part sans. The alphabet is an original design by Ian Moore and Dan Rhatigan of the The Colour Grey. Ian and Dan took the tradition of chromatic alphabets and explored what would happen if the chromatic overlap created a secondary alphabet design. We’re happy to offer the design to Photo-Lettering users."

Syndicated 2013-03-17 06:52:00 from sness

Genevieve Pearson - Random

Genevieve Pearson - Random: "Question: How did you get so hot?
Answer: I'm wearing too many layers."

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Syndicated 2013-03-17 05:00:00 from sness

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