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For the past few years I’ve revisited all the Pinboard bookmarks collected during the course of the year, and picked out 24 of them to be tweeted as a kind of advent calendar – one for each two week period, starting in January and moving through the year chronologically. A sort of year-in-review. Since I only started posting short notes and tweets directly from my site mid 2015, I don’t have 2014’s set of tweets collected here – yet.

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1/ @RichardDevine’s Modular Strum
vimeo.com/150015591

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For the past two years I’ve put together a kind of advent calendar by revisiting the Pinboard bookmarks collected during the course of the year and selecting one for each two week period, starting at the begining of the year and moving through it chronologically. A little review of some of the things that have caught my attention.

Here’s the first for 2016.

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2/ Euclidean Rhythms
cgm.cs.mcgill.ca/~godfried/publications/banff.pdf

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3/ The computer programs Andrew Culver created for John Cage
anarchicharmony.org/People/Culver/CagePrograms.html

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4/ Craig Mod’s review of the Leica Q
craigmod.com/sputnik/leica_q/

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5/ New Order’s Blue Monday – recreated
bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/qnLLpZgBW92dSrV2mmGyCb/new-order-olden-style-a-unique-take-on-blue-monday

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6/ Acrostic Beat Poem Generator
carbonpictures.com/pepper/beatpoemgenerator/

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7/ Synthetic Sound Labs Recreates 1939 VODER Talking Machine
synthtopia.com/content/2016/04/12/synthetic-sound-labs-recreates-1939-voder-talking-machine/
See also 99pi’s Vox Ex Machina
99percentinvisible.org/episode/vox-ex-machina/

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8/ Brutalist Websites brutalistwebsites.com
via @ftrain:
It’s Hard to Name Web Aesthetic Movements
trackchanges.postlight.com/it-s-hard-to-name-web-aesthetic-movements-16e05b2999ce#.gmh8yrhl7

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9/ “Albert never much liked Owls…” #menwithbirdsontheirheads
instagram.com/p/BCARbg6zXHj

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10/ Mimic Scripts – Object 13 from “A History of the Future in 100 Objects”
ahistoryofthefuture.org/mimic-scripts/

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11/ Tibetan Buddhist Tantric Scores
blogthehum.wordpress.com/2016/02/29/tibetan-buddhist-tantric-scores/

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12/ Experimental Music Notation Resources
llllllll.co/t/experimental-music-notation-resources/149/

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13/ 100 years of Dada: Hugo Ball’s Dada Manifesto
boingboing.net/2016/07/14/100-years-of-dada-today-is-th.html

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14/ Chris Watson: The Power of Sound
journal.beoplay.com/journal/2016/7/18/field-recording-with-chris-watson/

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15/ Henry Vega’s Wormsongs
vimeo.com/15708129

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16/ @BlokDust: sound creation in your browser
blokdust.com

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17/ Musical instruments and their designers
ableton.com/en/blog/visionary-designers-and-their-instruments/
See also: Art + Music + Technology / Synthtopia
synthtopia.com/content/2016/11/27/roger-linn-mpe-interview/

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18/ “Love deeply, hold lightly” | Unequal Scenes
medium.com/@millejoh/love-deeply-but-hold-lightly-1c5b0ef5792

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19/ Depero Futurista - The Bolted Book
boltedbook.com/page-by-page/
vimeo.com/116308748

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20/ Hidden Poems
natalieczech.de/arbeiten/index.php?arbeit=7

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21/ @kosamari’s Computer Assisted Arts and Crafts
youtu.be/Rs4xWafMQfc

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22/ Donnacha Dennehy’s Gra agus Bas
youtube.com/watch?v=lZjvvtCQUoo

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23/ @adactio’s Resilient Web Design
resilientwebdesign.com

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24/ New Approaches to Notating Music
sonicwriting.org/blog/annotating