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catalyst: broken

on Tue, 12/13/2016 - 22:08

Recorded live at Dogglounge.com on 2016-Dec-11.

So, well, I gotta admit that the live set of this show had a few … problems. Stupid, lazy DJ mistakes, like not having the volume down on a channel when I’m previewing the next track, and crap like that. I fixed it all in post-production (pre-podcast-release), but it doesn’t let me out of the obligation to admit I had some broken bits in this set. Thus, the title….

Also, I had just watched an awesome house music production video by Giom, so I played a few of his tracks as thanks.

Tracklist at either Mixcloud or Dogglounge.

catalyst: boom

on Tue, 11/15/2016 - 01:42

Recorded live at Dogglounge Internet Radio on 2016 Nov 13.

I filled-in today for the other DJ that shares the Sunday afternoon time slot with me, as she had a milestone celebration to attend.

I felt a BIG pull to spin some nu-disco, so put on your disco shoes and break out the mirror ball for the middle 1/2 or more of this. (I LOVE NU-DISCO!)

catalyst: Night Light

on Mon, 11/07/2016 - 16:13

Recorded live at Dogglounge.com on 2016 Nov 6.

catalyst: short

on Sat, 10/29/2016 - 18:10

Recorded live at Dogglounge on 2016 Oct 29.

This was an impromptu set. It was Saturday morning, and I had nothing to do, and felt musical. So I jumped on before Neonlogic played, which meant my set could only be one hour.

PS – and yes, I know the name of this podcast is super-similar to my one named Shorty. But I didn’t remember this until after I’d done the artwork & the MP3 mastering, and didn’t want to re-work it all. So, there ya go.

Beyond Internet Gaga

on Tue, 10/25/2016 - 12:53

For a time in the mid-1990’s I was an analyst at Forrester Research, in its Network Strategy Service. Last week's Distributed Denial of Service attack waged against Dyn recalls a report I wrote that I still consider groundbreaking.

I asked George Colony, CEO/Founder of Forrester, if I could reproduce it here because I believe the technique I used — called scenario building — is a credible way for businesses from startup to global to generate useful insights about risk, and opportunity.

I wrote this in early 1995. It is easy to forget how rudimentary your technology life was then compared to

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