The soundworld of the river in February is pretty different from August. There are so many sloshy water-type sounds right now. I suspect some of it is actually fishes vocalizing. So hard to tell!
The last entry in my voice memos is a 436 minute mp3 recording documenting a period in the life of my pants pocket.
Sad to see
moc removed from the official arch linux repos, but also cool to learn the debian project has been quietly patching it and keeping it up to date in recent years. Long live the music on console player. (And debian!) :-)
This is a great performance of Scott Lindroth’s Bell Plates by Alyssa Resh.
The river was frozen for a few weeks this winter (somehow I even saw folks ice fishing at one point) but melted away again pretty fast. NOAA is saying now it’s probably not going to freeze again this year. Wow.
the hydrophone is back in the water again! two of them this time. i’m hoping the river will freeze soon. one will stay until the spring and the other will come in and out for me to listen in the meanwhile…
New Helado Negro day!! #nowplaying
I have a habit of running system updates on my work laptop before going out for coffee. Like some kind of ritual to prepare to go into the world fully patched.
Whoops, the pool6 archival stream was down for a while. It’s croaking again now.
“You know who makes very good sandwiches? Felix! Did you ever taste his cream cheese and pimento on date-nut bread?” #nowplaying
How long will the tomte be out?
It’s nice to read Emma’s blog.
The country music vamp n’ talk is a nice format. A stolen-from-the-blues-thing? I like the vibe of someone pouring out their heart into the mic in plain speech while their friends pour their hearts into their instruments gently in the background.
It’s awfully distracting trying to get distraction-free, sometimes.
Found a nicely-resonant wine glass in a free box on my way home.