If you have not read any of his work, James Burke is a historian, who mostly writes about the history of science and innovation. He is known for his Connections 1 / 2 / 3 series on BBC. His work is always web-like and built off tangents. In this book Pinball Effect, he writes about … Read more
Not sure why I like this so much, but I do. The world’s most advanced straw. enjoy.
Way Back Machine: Some Older Composition-Sketches from 2007, to be used in the film NiemansLand. Cello and computer arrangements mostly. 5’30 has a nice moment that is worth remembering.
Here Ravi and I are playing at the apartment. We debated messing around with post, to put in a floating translucent movie screen of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis in the middle, but decided against in the end. It should be edited to start 15 sec. in later and 15 sec, which you can do on youtube, … Read more
Are repeating numbers symptomatic of partial dimensionality?? Like in flatland, when something is at right angles to your dimension, are you unaware of it (or there is no apparent pattern to it?).
I’m reading about Mandelbrot right now, which is making me think about a lot about high frequency feedback loops right now. They abound in nature, and no one really wanted to look at them until Mandelbrot came along. He is this kind of anti-clean, anti-ascetic temperment personality which i really enjoy, the more i get … Read more
Manuel Ponce wrote this excellent piece, symphonic in scope. Thought to record it and uploaded last night. Enjoy.
R.I.P. – Old site 2006 -2009. Hello and welcome to the new Alwinian Site. You can still access the old site, which I keep here at: http://www.alwinian.net/alwinian-2006-2009/ Thanks for reading. – A
Thanks for reading. You can access the old site – 2006-2009 here. http://www.alwinian.net/alwinian-2006-2009/