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2006-03-02 20:32:58.863668+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Just had an interesting conversation with a guy who introduced himself by asking if I'd seen Rockin' at the Red Dog: The Dawn of Psychedelic Rock. He has some great stories of the scene, and has a program on local public access that we talked a bit about getting online. More on that front when it happens.

Anyway, brain dump of some of the stuff we talked about:

  • AfterDawn.com has a bunch of interesting stuff on DVD technology stuff, partially piracy motivated, but if you're into DVD production, especially on the cheap, I think there's some cool stuff to be picked up from there.
  • In talking about some of the luminaries of the '60s music scene, Joe Tate's Ambient Power Module (or how to run a digital clock or other low-power device off of an antenna, and how piezo effects may be useful for earthquake detection) came up.
  • Which lead to Thomas Henry Moray: The Sea of Energy.

[ related topics: Music Cool Science Earthquake Video ]

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