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Kenneth Stewart
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Performer || Composer || Promoter
Performer || Composer || Promoter

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This is a portfolio done right.

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'What rhymes with life?' New piece for solo ukulele!! World premiere tomorrow night!!

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This is beautiful.
The "Time Post". Just finished up this analog meter clock.  The time can be set by touching the bolts on the front by capacitive touch.  The nail in the top of the post turns on the light and cycles through several levels of brightness.        There is a video link in the comments that shows the basic operation of the controls.
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2015-01-23
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Close friends and collaborators having deep conversation for about an hour. We will talk about life, music, performance and professional realities. 

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This is really interesting about how to control the audio in google hangouts. I wonder if this still works in the current version.
Hangouts On Air: making live concerts more awesome with Studio Mode

Since we launched Google+ a little over a year ago, we’ve seen a thriving community of musicians connect with fans in really cool ways. In particular: singer/songwriters like +Daria Musk bands like +Suite 709  and many others are using Hangouts On Air to perform live for global audiences, and jam with fans face-to-face.

We wanted to make these live hangout concerts sound more like the stage, so today we're rolling out Studio Mode. As a musician, all you need to do is start your Hangout On Air, click settings, and switch from Voice to Studio Mode.

Studio Mode optimizes your individual audio for music instead of conversation, and no else needs to change a thing! Check out the video with +Suite 709  to hear the difference (and for the full effect, listen with your favorite pair of headphones).

#googleplusupdate

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Does anyone know of a good RegEx / String matching tutorial for lines of ascii from a serial device such as an Arduino? I'm using Python and I'm trying to craft the best strategy for formatting the data from the Arduino into Python. I can provide an example of my data if needed to clarify.

Does anyone know of a good RegEx / String matching tutorial for lines of ascii from a serial device such as an Arduino? I'm using Python and I'm trying to craft the best strategy for formatting the data from the Arduino into Python. I can provide and example if needed to clarify.
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