Monthly Archives: August 2008


I believe I know how to fix the no-FF/RW issue in the John “Cougar” Mellencamp CODE DVD, Life Death Love And Freedom. And the proof-of-concept disc I created for Roboplastick. The issue, I believe, is that, in order to save space on the disc, I chose to use a still image for the video that […]

Metallica Sees The Light? Again?

Last time we visited Metallica, they were trying to figure out how to take advantage of the whole downloading thing. Their solution appears to be to put clips up of their forthcoming album on their website. Hey, it’s a start. It worked for Wilco and Flaming Lips. Oh, wait. The streams are worse than the […]

Name Change

The missus correctly pointed out that the title “RoboACID” smacks a little too much of bad techno music and rave kiddies. Not that there’s anything wrong with techno music or rave kiddies. But this piece has nothing to do with all that. And I was never in love with that title – it was a […]


Music For The Monsters progresses. Really. The aforementioned chip music documentary (extended for another week, in case you didn’t get a chance to see it last week) inspired me to play around with a Game Boy emulator and the LSDJ software (I still need to dig up my physical Game Boy). It’s insanely complicated (or […]

Everything That Happens Happened Today

It’s been 27 years since Brian Eno and David Byrne recorded My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts. Today, they released another collaboration, Everything That Happens Will Happen Today. It’s a Monday, in case you didn’t notice. But that’s not the only thing that’s different about this album release. For now, the album is only […]