Art&Culture

Twittering Machines 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

This year was an interesting and amazing year. Let’s hope they all are. Mine was split roughly in half, work-wise, and I couldn’t be happier about where I’ve landed—TM is becoming the site I always wanted to see and I thank you, yes you, for choosing to hang out with us.

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Review: Google Chromecast Ultra or What Happens When A Stream Runs Dry?

I purchased the Google Chromecast Ultra for one reason—to stream movies from FilmStruck.

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Portraits in HiFi: Christopher Hildebrand

Christopher Hildebrand, Fern & Roby, Tektonics Design Group.

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Portraits in HiFi: Dave Slagle

Dave Slagle, Emia Labs, intact audio. (photo signed by Dave)

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Portraits in HiFi: Art Dudley

Art Dudley, Stereophile, Listener. When I was but a wee audiophile, my father, the audiophile, read Stereophile while I read Listener (he was an MSEE, I was a BA in Fine Art). Reading Art’s writing, and Herb Reichert’s, made me think I might like to write about hifi, too. The moral of the story? Blame […]

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I Slept in Hill House

The second horror film I watched as a child was called “The Haunting”. This was the 1963 film starring Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Richard Johnson, and Russ Tamblyn. As with the first horror film I saw, “Horror Hotel” (or “The City of the Dead” as it was originally titled in the UK), our babysitters felt […]

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