Dumb ways to die, by tangerine kitty.
Source: SoundCloud / TangerineKitty
Six “provocation” for big data:
1. Automating Research Changes the Definition of Knowledge
2. Claims to Objectivity and Accuracy are Misleading
3. Bigger Data are Not Always Better Data
4. Not All Data Are Equivalent
5. Just Because it is Accessible Doesn’t Make itEthical
6. Limited Access to Big Data Creates New Digital Divides
-Source: Boyd, Danah and Crawford, Kate, Six Provocations for Big Data
A brilliant series of minimalist typographic tributes to scientists and their discoveries by Kapil Ghagat.
“If playing the organ was illegal, I would definitely be in jail right now,” The Economist recently quoted American organist Cameron Carpenter as saying in London earlier this month. Carpenter, who is making an appearance at this year’s White Light Festival at Lincoln Center on Oct. 28 in Alice Tully Hall, talks about everything from performing and collaborating to wearing “unorthodox dress” in his Q&A with The Economist here.
In this clip, virtuoso organist Cameron Carpenter performs Bach’s Toccata in F Major. Tomorrow, at 5pm, Carpenter will perform in Alice Tully Hall for Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival. Don’t miss this chance to hear this monumental work live!
Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor, (by Cameron Carpenter)
A call to arms: Chopin’s Etude in C Minor Op. 10 No. 12, transcribed for organ by Cameron Carpenter. From the album ‘Revolutionary’ (Telarc®).
According to Yana’s blog, Cheslock’s organ play is inspired by this guy (Found the URL there and she says we should watch the video) He is, indeed, amazing, and I think it gives a nice atmosphere to the already dark (in my mind) Midnight Party. To me, Cheslock’s playing the same Revolutionary Etude to open the secret doors!
Lasers and sensors were used to scan the band Radiohead into a three-dimensional particle-driven data experience.
Aaron Koblin is an artist and designer specializing in data and digital technologies.
He leads the Data Arts Team in Google’s Creative Lab.