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2008-09-24

entering fall

Looking back to the summer of 2008: some attractions. Relisten Netwaves 2.39, the last episode in the v.2 series.

Playlist:

01. Sunshine Radio - Jupiter Makes Me Scream
02. Into The Light (Sddn Dth Rmx) - Brokenkites
03. Solens Sista 120 Dagar - Dorothy's Magic Bag
04. When you walk - Pipo Pegoraro
05. Buried Truth - The Selph
06. I Drink - Awake
07. rnb rumpler - spenza
08. Bonne Buit BN - Hector Zarate
09. Seedin Time in The Oak Room (feat Calendar Girl) - Loveshadow
10. Halazium - ZeniX
11. One World - Red Unit
12. A Esa Edad - Magnetofonico
13. Vasectomie - Divine Holocaust
14. The One With The Lead Guitar - Monomatik


2008-09-19

Happy Birthday to GNU!

25 years of GNU: GNU's Not Unix.





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Read more about "What is free software and why is it so important for society?" @ the Free Software Foundation / FSF. See the movie in your language
I also added the FSF to the basics section, together with the wikipedia definition of copyleft. In the read section, there's a link to Lawrence Lessig's "Free culture", or "How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity". Lawrence is the founder of Creative Commons.

2008-09-17

again Ode Cologne

This is the second episode in the post-summer 2008 series, nr. 75 or 2.38. It's an anthology of the compilation "Destination Cologne" compiled by Phlow-Magazine.com.

Listen to this episode.

Playlist:

01. Mehrsprachige Zugansage - Thalys
02. Cable Pollution Results - New Delhi FM
03. The One With The Lead Guitar - Monomatik
04. Lexington - Nika Japaridze
05. More - Breitbandkater
06. Jutro - Phonout
07. Periodic Table - 6884
08. Please Repeat - System-Pi
09. run! - Hydrophobia


2008-09-15

The Freesound Project


Just added this project at the links department > listen > various: The Freesound Project. Their description: "The Freesound Project aims to create a huge collaborative database of audio snippets, samples, recordings, bleeps, ... released under the Creative Commons Sampling Plus License. The Freesound Project provides new and interesting ways of accessing these samples, allowing users to

  • browse the sounds in new ways using keywords, a "sounds-like" type of browsing and more

  • up and download sounds to and from the database, under the same creative commons license

  • interact with fellow sound-artists!


We also aim to create an open database of sounds that can also be used for scientific research. Many audio research institutions have trouble finding correctly licensed audio to test their algorithms. Many have voiced this problem, but so far there hasn't been a solution."
Netwaves for example uses for its jingles (by Akwalek) the sample "Dialup" by Jlew (CC Sampling Plus 1.0 License)

2008-09-14

Checkmate

"Checkmate" by pk199: a gorgeous movie made with the 'stop motion technique'.



�streaming on demand� in Belgi� 3.700 keer duurder dan in de VS

De Redactie van Radio Centraal had een gesprek met Greta Van Moer van Sabam over de tarieven die radio's moeten betalen, enerzijds voor de klassieke FM uitzendingen en anderzijds voor de uitzendingen via het internet. Ivm. het internet maakt Sabam een onderscheid bij live uitzendingen in �live streamen�, en in �streaming on demand�. Je kan een uitgebreid verslag lezen bij de blog van de Redactie, en je kan het interview ook herbeluisteren: FM-tarieven en Internet-tarieven

2008-09-13

another presentation about CC

"Finding Alternatives in a Copyleft World" by Helen Poot & Christopher Rios

Read this document on Scribd: Copyleft


cold is getting away: get dressed!

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2008-09-12

cool recent releases












If you like electro and the indietronic spectre of music, this one's for you: Aquilone with Aeleria [muerte012] on Muertepop.
Listen to this emo-electrical Digitone (CC by-nc-sa).

If you're more into post-rock, guitars, distortion and smoke, you definitely must listen to this weird post-post-rock experiment: Candy Claws with 2 songs on 1 album (Peppermill Records [pm009]), one tune of 17:48, the other is a trip of 12:19, fly on with the overpowered Two Airships (CC by-nc-nd).

The third album is more for people who like lounge, arabica, funky jazz and deserts: Rara with Dune on glam-slam [gls010]. Enjoy the funky Miles And More Stars And Stripes (CC by-nc-nd).

What do these albums have in common: there are no really highlights, but the albums have an overall fine musical quality with a feel of restyling 'old' standards.

C hear s!

2008-09-09

Netwaves restarting for ending 2nd season

After a break of 2 months Netwaves is back with episode 2.37 to end the 2nd season with another 4 programs in september. In october season 3 starts with 2 surprises. Listen to episode 74.

Playlist:

01. Transmitr - Textbeak
02. Gayanesh - 100 Aspects of Howie Dunn feat. That Crooner from Nowhere
03. Bruxism - Ebola
04. Portland 2CB - Ebola
05. Big Bad - Automatic Tasty
06. You're A Computer - TSS Tortue Super Sonic
07. Dullness - Wshgaukd
08. Sad - Experience. Hold.
09. Bigger Veins - Senza Valore
10. Wake up & wash your face in tap air - Cherly KaCherly
11. Tattoo - Tiny Creatures Remix
12. Miniatura Sax�nica - b (fachada)
13. Szerelmes N�ta - Soutien Gorge
14. unchoral - aspera
15. Vortex Diva - Automassage

2008-09-06

expert researcher angry at EC

Bernt Hugenholtz, the director of the Institute for Information Law (IViR) (University of Amsterdam) was asked by the EC to give his advise about the proposal for a term extension of the rights of performing artists and phonogram producers from 50 to 95 years. Now, in its report, "Explanatory Memorandum", the EC fails to mention the 2 studies by Hugenholtz's team. So the latter concludes in an open letter that the EC pays more attention to the lobbyists from the record companies, than to the studies by experts in law and economy.
Read the open letter here (pdf).
The 2 studies here and here.