decoder.art

May 15th, 2015

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static.art

May 8th, 2015

static2

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xray.art

October 23rd, 2013

[X-ray film] from I•HATE•THIS•FILM on Vimeo.

Via BoingBoing.

technocracy.art

July 24th, 2013

There was a (humorous) short subject about technocracy entitled “Technocracy” produced at some point, and I saw it on PBS’s Matinee at the Bijou.

Shown at least once
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I’ve never been able to find another citation of this movie.

glitch.art

May 10th, 2012

Kasimir MaleGLITCH

sensitive.art

May 10th, 2012

I continue to tweak the TextMunger.

Currently, it’s case-sensitive all the time, which means that ALL CAPS words and phrases do not mingle well with lower-case words and phrases. So, I thought, make it NOT case-sensitive, and ALL CAPS sentences will intermix!

Which, yes! They do!

The Law of Unintended (or Not Realized Ahead of Time) Consequences says that it will also lead to a loss of recognition of the start and end of sentences, which was helped by U&LC recognition. This being a dumb-as-statistical-sticks Markov-chaining.

Witness:
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xray-vision.art

January 22nd, 2009

human eyes evolved for xray-vision

parabolic.art

June 21st, 2008

umbrella hat becomes a parabolic microphone

tract.art

April 8th, 2008

LSD

unlikely.art

October 1st, 2007

central texas meat inspector

final.art

March 15th, 2007

four to the floor

must.art

February 19th, 2007

terms

kong.art

January 30th, 2007

skullese

star.art

January 25th, 2007

found poetry in the stars

cut.art

December 5th, 2006

heads

glossolalia.art

November 7th, 2006

November 7, 2006 A Neuroscientific Look at Speaking in Tongues

The passionate, sometimes rhythmic, language-like patter that pours forth from religious people who “speak in tongues” reflects a state of mental possession, many of them say. Now they have some neuroscience to back them up.

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania took brain images of five women while they spoke in tongues and found that their frontal lobes — the thinking, willful part of the brain through which people control what they do — were relatively quiet, as were the language centers. The regions involved in maintaining self-consciousness were active. The women were not in blind trances, and it was unclear which region was driving the behavior.

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twelve.art

October 16th, 2006

twelve-tone greatest hits

cinem.art

September 9th, 2006

Brakhage: Moth Light

order.art

September 8th, 2006

books classified by color

study.art

September 7th, 2006

Rick Walker is now making things that move.

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