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Maurice “Zissou” Lartigue. Château de Rouzat, France, circa 1911.
Photograph by Jacques-Henri Lartigue.

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Excited to finish mixes for this once we get back from tour! All we can really say at the moment is that our 7” for this Making Moves series will be out in the summer. We’ll announce the actual release date and more information in the coming month or so. Pumped!

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Stolen NASA Laptop Had Space Station Control Code
NASA had 5,408 computer security lapses in 2010 and 2011, including the  March 2011 loss of a laptop computer that contained algorithms used to  command and control the International Space Station (ISS), the agency’s  inspector general told Congress Wednesday.
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Image: International Space Station Credit: NASA
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Timing

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Beethoven - Violin Sonata No. 9 in A minor “Kreutzer,” Op. 47
III. Presto

Itzhak Perlman, violin
Martha Argerich, piano

Beethoven’s penultimate sonata for violin and piano, almost certainly the most famous of the ten, was originally dedicated to the composer’s friend George Bridgetower. Bridgetower reportedly sight-read the work at its premiere; but later in the evening, when over dinner he spoke slanderously of a woman Beethoven admired, Beethoven decided to dedicate the sonata instead to the great violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer. 

The “Kreutzer” is an ambitious middle period work of huge emotional scope. Its finale is a lively tarantella in rondo form, a piece originally conceived as the conclusion for the earlier A major violin sonata but which was in that instance replaced with a set of variations. 

(photo by Dyrk.Wyst)

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Brendan McCarthy, a master, from Strange Days # 1
TV Helmet (The Portable Living Room) by Walter Pichler, 1967 Small Room (Prototype 4)
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Google Street View Goes Under The Sea
Now that it’s conquered all seven continents, mapped the Amazon, some rivers in the United States, caves, the ruins of Pompeii and captured snapshots of naked women, Google Street View’s next expedition will turn its lens on the mysteries of the deep when it goes under the sea.
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