Originally an excercise in learning to use the Google App Engine, MTC is a minimal but social task management software whose main feature is to let you manage “todo queues” rather than “todo lists”. Although basic it provides a workable way to track delegation of tasks to your colleagues.
Site : Mind Traffic Control
A paper I gave at the 2007 Wittgenstein Symposium in August 2007.
It’s basically an introduction to Netocracy with hints about tying it in with social network analysis.
Paper (DOC) »
A “templating” language I created to make simple, flat HTML web-sites from data in an OPML (outliner) file.
Main site : GeekWeaver.com
Lounge music for flying-saucer people. Relax and dance with weird friends from outer-space!
A set of FruityLoops tunes that made enough sense to put on BandCamp.
Get it on BandCamp »
Music for the Beton Companhia de Dança, Brasilia. Performed at the National Theatre, Brasilia. Based on the Debussy piece of the same name.
In many ways I enjoy the sketches and experiments that I produced while working on this score more than the final pieces used. Here are a few of them.
The Open Project To Investigate Money And Economic Systems was an attempt to launch a culture of debate about rival economic systems through the use of simple agent based models.
Code on GitHub »
In 2003, I already felt I’d fallen into a rut with FruityLoops. And all the electronic music I was hearing seemed the same. Ironically, I thought I could push myself forward, sort of by going back.
This is a collection of personal experiments, of going back to basics (or in the case of the first track, back to “the original cliche” of repetitive, “intelligent” electronica), and trying to push myself in different directions.
I’ve been blogging since around 2000, on a variety of platforms. My longest running blog is “Composing” on Blogger which is personal and for ranting about whatever interests me at the time.
“Smart Disorganized” is my geek blog.
Wiki has been my first love in terms of online writing for many years.
I created ThoughtStorms wiki as a personal online notebook / thinking space / “tracking system for locust swarms” in 2003. I neglected it for a while, but I recently ported it to the Smallest Federated Wiki and got excited again.
Frequent exercises and experiments with FruityLoops, I put online in a “blog-like” format. Encouraging others to download and use these small seeds as the bases for their own remixes and compositions. Often they were simple rhythms, sometimes they grew into small sound-worlds.
BeatBlog 1 : 9
BeatBlog 3 : 24
The original beatblog has long gone, but I reran it for a while using Soup.io.
BeatBlog revisited (on Soup.io) »