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Pianophase.com is a performance and visualization of the first section from Steve Reich’s 1967 piece Piano Phase. Two pianists repeat the same twelve note sequence, but one gradually speeds up. The musical patterns are visualized by drawing two lines, one following each pianist. The sound is performed live in the browser with the Web Audio API, and drawn with HTML5 Canvas.

created by Alexander Chen

(Source: ilovecharts)

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Trying to learn Illustrator

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creativemornings:

"I like to learn by doing and failing and learning from the mistakes I make."
— David McCandless.
Watch the talk.

creativemornings:

"I like to learn by doing and failing and learning from the mistakes I make."

— David McCandless.

Watch the talk.

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explore-blog:

Lewis Carroll's 4 rules for digesting information and mastering the art of learning

I personally hate the idea of “skimming” a book, so I love this tips on how to learn.

explore-blog:

Lewis Carroll's 4 rules for digesting information and mastering the art of learning

I personally hate the idea of “skimming” a book, so I love this tips on how to learn.

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During my first semester studying Social Sciences I  tried to think of a theorist in relation to others. Since I didn’t know anything about theory, the only way I could do it was in terms of time and not ideas. So I created an Excel spreadsheet with bars indicated when and for how long they lived. The ones on this image end up being the one I studied the most (not much really).

During my first semester studying Social Sciences I  tried to think of a theorist in relation to others. Since I didn’t know anything about theory, the only way I could do it was in terms of time and not ideas. So I created an Excel spreadsheet with bars indicated when and for how long they lived. The ones on this image end up being the one I studied the most (not much really).