Movement Through Thought on starts in 30 minutes. The show is live every Friday at 06:00 UTC (that's 10 PM Thursday west coast USA time).

Some drum & bass tonight. Half-time, minimal, and some old '90s tunes at the end. I'm going to play five or six awesome tracks from Om Unit's label Cosmic Bridge.

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I saw William Gibson read from his new book "Agency" at Powells tonight. He's as nice and witty as ever.

I'm really glad I caught him this tour, I missed the last couple. I love hearing him swear.

T.Power / Bionic Chronic

From his 1996 album "Waveform".

I was mixing some drum & bass tonight, playing around, and came up against the weird time signature in this track. I count the first phrase as 6 and the second as 7; I guess that makes it 13 over 4? Something like that.

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The fediverse is a public forum.

Your posts are only as secure as the admins of every instance that your home server federates with, in terms of private and followers-only messages.

If you're going to talk about sensitive information, keep it to Signal or other secure 1-on-1 channels.

Assume that everything you post to the fediverse, is being scooped up by multiple gov agencies around the world.

The Milan scrape was only notable because they made their findings public.

If a university scraping feeds did it, it's safe to assume other, bigger organizations have been doing it for much longer.

Tracklist for last week's Movement Through Thought:

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Selections from CPU Records, Binalog Productions, and some old '90s electronica. I snuck the excellent "Double Density" by Bitstream in there too, to show off.

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eXistenZ is a movie that gets better every time. It's easily one of my favorites. I've seen it a dozen or more times at this point.

Paul Chapman's "Great Movie Ever! Podcast" has a really good discussion of the movie for anyone who wants to know more about it:

Oh hey, it's Ian Holm. And he's dissecting a weird alien-looking creature. Where have I seen that before?

Willem Dafoe is a weird dude. I like him. His performances are great and he seems like a nice person.

"God the mechanic".

I've heard eXistenZ referred to as Cronenberg's final body horror (or "new flesh", I guess) movie. I haven't seen everything after eXistenZ, so I can't verify, but I can't think of another body horror picture he's made after this.

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#WeAreNameless, it's less than an hour for today's session with eXistenZ (1999) at 22.00 UTC! :ablobcatbongo:

:WeAreNameless: I'm passing the organizer baton to @Mnemonic today, who'll also be your host for this movie. :ablobcathappypaws:

If you're new to this community project you may want to check and follow @wearenameless and the links in its bio/metadata, as well as the friendly #OTV who has been supporting us thru :heart_cybre:

See ya soon!

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This is a nice overview of the digital clock aboard the Soyuz spacecraft. It was made in 1984 and it was a remarkable look at Soviet era electronics


Movement Through Thought on starts in 30 minutes. My show is live every Friday from 06:00 to 07:00 UTC, that's 10 PM west coast USA time.

I'll be featuring a bunch more tracks from CPU records tonight (about 4), one from Ivna Ji's Laax EP, some old Carl Craig, and some old Orbital at the end.

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MH, Winter 

I've been listening to the "Discord & Rhyme" album review podcast today. Their episode on Eno's "Here Come The Warm Jets" is great:

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Tracklist for last week's Movement Through Thought:

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Breaks, electro, IDM. ~130. Features tracks by ADJ, Automat, Darren Rhys, Oushe, Silicon Scally, and Vaperror. Just riffing, free association, you know.

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A large chunk of the Fediverse was scraped; your posts are being “released” 

Movement Through Thought on starts in 30 minutes. It's live every Friday at 06:00 UTC (that's 10:00PM west coast USA).

I've got some weird ~128 BPM breaks and electro lined up tonight. I'll be featuring tracks by ADJ, Automat, Darren Rhys, Oushe, and Silicon Scally.

Listen at .

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