Meet the makers of modular

When Dieter Döpfer, the founder of music instrument manufacturer Doepfer, decided to launch a brand new modular synthesiser system in 1995, no one could have predicted what would follow. Today, his “Eurorack” format supports an ecosystem of hundreds of manufacturers that have collectively produced thousands of compatible modules used by famous musicians, such as Radiohead, […]

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2,200-Year-Old Remains Of Iron Age Celt Show She Was A VIP Who Dined Richly And Endured Little Physical Labor

Archaeologists in Switzerland have discovered the 2,200-year-old body of a Celt woman who endured little physical labor while indulging in a diet of starchy and sweetened food.  The burial was discovered in 2017 during construction work on a schoolhouse in Zürich. Now, the results of a 2-year-long analysis led by an interdisciplinary team of researchers have been published by Zürich’s […]

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The Misogynist by Steve Jackowski

Book Info: George Gray, San Francisco-based reporter for the New York Sentinel, receives two similar emails an hour apart. One offers to expose well-known individuals who have criminally perverted use of the internet to enrich themselves. The other promises to murder women who have ruined the lives of technologists who were changing the world. Could […]

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