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DIY Notebook Stand

Written by Durk Kooistra on Sunday the 08th of March, 2009
Solve your problems of not having enough space for your keyboard (even as little as 25 keys can get in the way). Check it!


Debug Mode: DIY green Screen Editing

Written by Durk Kooistra on Sunday the 08th of March, 2009
So you want to make a movie like the pros? Using green screen editing? It's all free (besides the actual green screen itself) with this program.


Joystick to midi

Written by Durk Kooistra on Thursday the 26th of February, 2009
An overview of available free plug-ins that can convert your joystick to a midi controller.


Surreal Urban Street Art

Written by Durk Kooistra on Thursday the 26th of February, 2009
Brad Downey incorporates everyday objects into funny, witty and sometimes provocative street art installations.


Interview: Machinefabriek

Written by Durk Kooistra on Tuesday the 24th of February, 2009
A short interview with Rutger, the man behind Dutch ambient artist and DIY instrument maker Machinefabriek.


Yma Sumac RIP

Written by Durk Kooistra on Friday the 13th of February, 2009
On the 1st of November this year, the world lost its most beautiful voice. Yma Sumac was a noted Peruvian soprano. In the 1950s, she was one of the most famous proponents of exotica music and became an international success, based on the merits of her extreme vocal range, “well over four octaves“, which was commonly claimed to span four and even five octaves at her peak.


Q&A with: IMPLOSION QUINTET

Written by Durk Kooistra on Thursday the 12th of February, 2009
The Implosion Quintet is releasing music often tagged as cinematic but really stands out for its unique avant garde style. Time to get some background on these lads. A short Q&A with James of Implosion Quintet.


Colasa

Written by Durk Kooistra on Tuesday the 03rd of February, 2009
Found some wonderful work by the Taiwanese artist Colasa. His work is mainly modern, urban art in the form of stencils and graffiti. There's not much info about him, besides Taiwanese letters. Just let the images speak for itself.


ÓCW: open course ware

Written by Durk Kooistra on Wednesday the 14th of January, 2009
OpenCourseWare, or OCW, is a term applied to course materials created by universities and shared freely with the world via the internet. Read more for an short guide to HWS oriented OCW classes!


Metasynth for Windows?

Written by Durk Kooistra on Wednesday the 14th of January, 2009
I found an interesting tool that does roughly the same as Metasynth, the MAC only application that can take any image and generate sounds from it. Also good to know; it's FREE!


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