MediaMonkey Review: The Ultimate Music Player and Library Organizer for PC

For many of us, listening to music — and managing our collections of music — can be as important as making music. Jaymis has me sold on MediaMonkey, available in cheap / free versions, for Windows. Note that this doesn’t run on the Mac — feel free to discuss Mac alternatives in comments. Listening software […]

Reed Ghazala’s flickr Set: From Circuit Bending to Digital Art to Generally Crazy Ideas

Reed Ghazala, the father of circuit bending and a truly unique artist, sends along the wacky world of his paintbox, now upgraded for the Web 2.0 age as a flickr set. He writes: “I just put up a flickr gallery your patrons might like, fulla all kinds of Make-ish (and Mac-ish) stuff. “Maybe your online […]

Peter Kirn - September 26, 2006

Songs in the Key of PSP: PSP Rhythm 6.1, Song Contest

Make your PSP into a beatbox and turn it into a Speak & Spell — cool! PSP Rhythm, the homebrew drum machine for the PSP, just keeps on rolling. The song contest I covered in July is now complete. Ah, but what kind of music can you create with a lowly PSP homebrew app? Something […]

Peter Kirn - September 26, 2006

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