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Mohit Muthanna
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Always cool when you see your work randomly pop up somewhere. VexWarp (http://www.vexflow.com/vexwarp) was recently mentioned in an academic paper about Time Stretching and Pitch Shifting.

"In VexWarp, time stretching is performed with the basic phase vocoder algorithm."

Ain't nothin' basic about the phase vocoder algorithm! Took me waaay too long to get it right.

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Early Vexflow prototype.

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This is an incredibly detailed article about the IBM Seletric bug, the world's first keylogger developed in the mid-70s by the Soviet Union. It was planted into typewriters sold to the US embassy in Moscow and Leningrad, and was designed to be virtually undetectable.

"The advanced digital bugging device was built inside a hollowed-out metal supporting bar that runs from left to right inside the IBM typewriter. It registered the movements of the print head (ball), by measuring small magnetic disturbances caused by the arms that control the rotation and elevation of the print ball. A typical IBM Selectric II typewriter is shown in the image on the right."


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That day when we pimped our desks.

+Tanya Reilly+Sam Hopewell+Phil Hutton+Michael Kelly​
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It's kinda cool when your open source thingy starts to show up in job postings. Extra cool when they're from major corporations. #vexflow

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"(The) processor (inside the Macbook charger) is a Texas Instruments MSP430 microcontroller, roughly as powerful as the processor inside the original Macintosh."


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Sam visits Canadaland -- kids send him away!

(with +Sam Hopewell)
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11/18/15
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Stickin' it to the gas man. #tesla

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After a long period of inactivity, this was a pretty productive weekend for VexFlow: 18 issues closed, 25 commits, 6 pull requests merged, and 1 new issue opened for a fiendishly subtle bug.

Version 1.2.31 is good to go, folks!
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