Rock concert: Yellowstone seismic activity to be performed on live flute
On Tuesday, Dr Domenico Vicinanza of the UK’s Anglia Ruskin University will use a computer program he has developed to turn real-time data, recorded by a seismograph at Yellowstone national park in the US, into a musical score.
Lovely, as always, from Hermit's Thatch. A note on the painting at the beginning of this post. The Buddha is represented a little unfairly, in my view, being that suffering is the beginning of his viewpoint, but far from being the end of it.
Gonzo Blogging – Embedded with the Inspectorates
I am starting to write this blog in a hotel embedded within the HMICFRS/HMIP inspection team, sleep deprived, but fuelled by hotel coffee and curiousity. I have spent 16 of the last 24 hours working on a police custody inspection.
I searched the web for Gonzo blogging to see if anyone had identified it as a thing. Didn't expect to find anything quite so close to home.
This is a list of lessons learned from lived experience. It began as an email in 2020, and is now here for posterity and further development.
Well done, Mo. These are great.
Landscape Undulations and Evening Light
Earth science picture of the day
The 10 best Star Wars video games
Though GameCube's Rogue Leader is an omission.