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Two really great science fiction movies that i saw recently was "Primer" and "One point O" .agreed on "Primer", that's a film I rewatch periodically to attempt to wrap my brain around.
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how is this one? i'm looking forward to see it next week.
I guess this prompts a larger question about the necessary evil of social networking, but also the real effectiveness of it for "people like us"I agree with this. This arena of sound-art we are in is a fairly narrow niche, and doesn't necessitate a broad promotional vehicle like any of the aforementioned social networks anymore. Maybe a few years ago this was the case, but it seems like access points have been streamlined for individuals seeking this type of output for the most part, and are consistently becoming more streamlined and consolidated. I find it more interesting to frequent boards like this that congregate individuals with the wherewithal of whats what than the cesspool of social networking where one needs to filter through a mass of garbage to find any kind of nugget of value.
I do notice that it has "multi-touch" technology. I'm not sure how far that goes... but I do see potential in using this with a beefed up version of touchOSC in order to create lemuresque interfaces at a much lower price point.This is what I was thinking, less a laptop replacement and more of a controller. lemur was the first thing that sprang to mind, not to mention monome or tenori-on-esque options. The price of the base model would make it an interesting possibilty for this purpose, that is, if an app is designed *and* approved by apple for this type of functionality.