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Nebula #25

March 17, 2019Nebula

Image Credit & Copyright: Data - Steve Milne & Barry Wilson, Processing - Steve Milne
Image Credit & Copyright: Data – Steve Milne & Barry Wilson, Processing – Steve Milne

Hey there. What’s up? Doing good? I’ve been on a hiatus but hope to be back regularly posting links.

  1. We can now 3D print mathematically designed shapes that block sounds.
  2. Open-Privacy‘s researcher Sarah Jamie Lewis discovered a cryptographic trap door in the Swiss e-voting system.
  3. Is willpower an antiquated idea that we should throw away? Carl Erik Fisher thinks so
  4. We released a new EP on POLAAR. It’s all about UK bass this time.
  5. The sonification of the US Yield Curve is a great example of data sonification.
  6. Twotone is a new Open-Source software created to facilitate the data sonification. Could this be used for infrastructure monitoring?

Enjoy,

Marc

Image Credit & Copyright: Data – Steve Milne & Barry Wilson, Processing – Steve Milne


Links Worth Sharing #4

February 16, 2018Nebula

Aloha,

In this week edition: Urban Music, VR Graffiti, How Honor affects our brain, Facebook inexorable decline, an origami simulator, and decentralization.

  1. ? NAS Performs “The World Is Yours” with the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center.
  2. ℹ️ Honor as a cultural mindset affects cognition . Activating honor improve performances in hierarchical thinking, but not in tasks requiring nominal thinking. Honor is mentally spatially located upwards and to the right.
  3. ? If, like me, you are into warm and soulful house music, you will dig the vibes of Seven Davis Jr. Boiler Room set. Sweet disco love songs mix by Dj Spinna.
  4. ?‍???‍? Some impressive GIFs of VR graffiti using this very cool-looking video game available on Steam.
  5. ℹ️ German court rules Facebook use of personal data illegal and Facebook might have lost around 2.8 million U.S. users under 25 last year..
  6. ?‍? A very cool Origami Simulator.
  7. ? The decentralized future is coming and it will change our lives in more ways than the web did.

Thanks for reading!

Marc

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