Note third performer from the left:
I attended a showing of "The Triplettes of Bellville" where the wonderful score was performed live. During this section, the musicians did indeed bring out a vacuum.
I love that movie! Saw it first in the theater, immediately fell in love. Got the DVD and rewatched it many times over.
If it's of interest, here's an interview I did with the Triplettes composer, Benoît Charest, back in 2003:
I'm really pleased that this book has (finally!) been reprinted. I always wanted to read it.
Not exactly a picture, but a picture wouldn't do it justice. Just added a little LCD to my skiff:
Since my ramen got some love, here's a Thai five spice dish I haven't made in a long time. Super easy. You're supposed to use pork belly technically. It's always struck me as if Thailand had a spaghetti sauce.
I love my beatstep pro. What are you changing on yours?
evening session with earthsea
I like that Mutable blind panel.
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I was considering attempting to fix a loose USB connector.
And a photo
Pie looks psychedelic. Sounds like a good fix to learn.
For a second I thought the pie was an end result of the usb attempt lol
The Shady Grove metro station is the last (first?) stop on the Washington DC Metro's Red Line. This shot from the parking garage shows passengers queuing to get into the station for their tip into the District for today's Women's March on Washington.
My wife and young daughter are marching and I hope they're safe and having a good time.
Had to capture the beauty of Orthogonal Devices packaging before I put it in the case.
That is such a thing of beauty. I was made for monome and mannequins and great adventures. Well done.
Now I have a modular. Ho ho ho.
The new stands arrived. (See http://llllllll.co/t/stands-for-gigging/5808/22?u=mzero for more pics)
We apparently need a boardgames thread.