Karl Pilkington of The Ricky Gervais show comes out to make predictions about Augmented Reality and wearables. The fun starts at 3m 48s. The entire thing is pretty hilarious, but this is actually not a bad description of what some people are doing already.
The first step in the fish uprising: Give them the ability to walk on land. In-fact, futurama "did it first" with the reverse scuba suit for fish.
I am a graduate from the second cohort of NSS. I entered the program with a Bachelors Degree in Music and work history in Healthcare. I had zero development experience upon entering the program. Since graduation, I have been fortunate to obtain gainful employment with an agency and two start-up companies.
NSS was no walk in the park. It was immersive. It was challenging. It required a great deal of time and energy. But, as with many things worth doing in life, you get out of it what you put in....
Korg just announced at NAMM the new Korg MS-20 Kit. This looks awesome! You can put together this entire monosynth yourself, all without soldering a thing. I can hear the nerdgasms from here.
I owned the original Korg MS-20 and MS-10 and would get monster sound out of these monosynths. It's interesting to see them reproducing this model -- probably due to its super classic look and amazing sound.
Hopefully they'll be releasing the rest of this line. Check out the info:
Introducing MS-20 Kit - a true-analog, 1:1 scale reissue of the original MS-20, with both filters built in (the more aggressive early production filter and the mellower late production one). Every detail has been replicated, right down to the packaging!
MS-20 Kit comes disassembled, providing you, the owner, the excitement of putting together your very own MS-20 (no solder required!). Just like MS-20 mini, MS-20 Kit includes MIDI In and USB-MIDI functionality.
Being at the Flatiron School was truly a life changing experience. I come from a humble background without a computer in the house growing up and no friends or family in the tech field. I’m not the typical story of a programmer but the Flatiron School took a chance on me that I’m extremely grateful for.
I was given the opportunity to meet some of the most incredible people in my life, who I’m sure I wouldn’t have crossed paths with if it wasn’t for the school. I had amazing experiences that wer...
Tim Jarratt (@leftsaidtim) of Techendo hosts the first Techendo How To on Emacs. Emacs is an extensible feature rich text editor. Stay tuned for more tutorials on Emacs.