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Rob Fielding
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you need a github account with code that lays down the law.  i think hand-wavy mathematics without an executable instruction set lets people avoid nailing it down so that all arguments reduce to the instruction set.

(lisp? manipulating lists in python/javascript?)
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A plane malfunction could send us back to the dark ages.
 
I don't have the hi-res in-the-air pictures yet, but here's me looking cool.

Although apparently +Jim Zemlin was laughing so hard when I did the thumbs-up sign that the camera shake makes that picture a bit blurry. Thanks, Jim.
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I'm not sure, sorry
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You are making and selling these now?
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Sorry my computer is really slow and I got logged out of AJ.... Sorry. Thanks for the video!!!!
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Google has enough JavaScript source code in its repository that it actually makes sense to perform refactoring operations with a distributed map/reduce.  *We map/reduce our source code.* On the one hand, that's kind of insane.  On the other, trying to do it manually would be even more insane.
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s0 = 1 - s1.  any s0+s1=1 will generate an infinite sequence of (1-1+1-1+1-1+...).  is there any reason why "s=1-s" is required?  1/3. 1-2/3. 1-1+1/3. 1-1+1-2/3. ... (1-1+1-1+...).   sum from x=0: (-1)^x.
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I can't play it anymore for today beacause it is so slow -__-
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Thanks for watching! Pretty please comment down below💜💜💜💜💜💜💜💜🍭🍰 Please let me know if you have any requests for our next vid
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scale shape in relative steps: 3/4, 3/4, 1/2
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Correct.  That's the guys that built it.  It's literally the Florida band Last Sacrament.  They play 16-note-per-octave guitars and tour the country.  Their house is a band house and a luthier shop.  Ron Sword is the more visible guy, and his father is also a luthier; and Ron also teaches kids (one of those guitar/drum/bass/keys lessons franchises that forms kids into actual gigging rock bands).  The Microtonal Luthier Metal thing is a pretty genius business model for the band if you ask me.  
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Developer of: Mugician, Geo Synth, AlephOne, and Xstrument (aka Xtrument) music instrument apps.
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I used to play (left handed) guitar in a metal band when I was a teenager.  I'm a computer programmer doing user interfaces for security companies.  I create instruments, primarily for iPad/iPhone as my hobby now, looking to fundamentally alter the playability of this format and propel Mugician-like microtonal-capable instruments to replace guitars for a lot of purposes.  Google: Mugician, Geo Synth, Pythagoras, Xstrument, rrr00bb for more info.
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