Author Archives: ejh

Deep Learning in MIR, from Concept to Conversation

By | October 2, 2012

With ISMIR now less than a week away, it’s quickly become that time to start outlining goals and setting expectations for the conference. There is no shortage of exciting ideas that can be traced back to our annual pilgrimage, and this year looks to be no different. Personally, I’m genuinely stoked for the opportunity to [...]

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recovery mode

By | September 30, 2012

Ack. It seems my SQL database has been corrupted and a year’s worth of posts have vanished. I’m planning an attempt to restore them for posterity, but in the meantime it seems this site will be a bit barren. Bummer.

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content explosion, and other rarities.

By | February 22, 2011

due to a course I’m currently taking at NYU – new media research studio taught by Jonah Brucker-Cohen – recent blog post productivity has shot through the ceiling. in case anything goes awfully awry over at blogspot, where we’re hosting the entire class’s output, I’m going to repost my own entries here. also. blogspot’s HTML [...]

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word of the day.

By | January 7, 2011

next – genvy [nekst jen-vee] – noun The feeling one gets as a once-proud Apple device owner, namely iPhones and iPads, when the next generation is unveiled and crushes said individual’s soul for being infinitely better than the tech that person is now begrudgingly stuck with. Detailed illustration here.

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so twitter4j and a java applet go on safari…

By | December 1, 2010

Alrighty, I’m going to go ahead and interrupt my workflow on the ever so slight, but still non-zero, chance that someone else in the world is struggling with incorporating twitter4j into a deployable Java applet. I’ve been slamming my head against the wall (figuratively… so far), and since I couldn’t (easily) find this information, I hope this [...]

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new post, plus cognitive surplus

By | November 30, 2010

Given a recent immersion in some readings about copyright/left, just rattled of a post about free culture confusion… I strongly hold that the whole discussion could benefit from a semantic facelift. In other news, this visualization from David McCandless of an statistical approximation of Clay Shirky’s (from his excellent book, Cognitive Surplus) is among one [...]

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Dreaming in Beta

By | November 10, 2010

Welcome to the slightly overhauled site. In a concerted effort to grow the site a little bit and share some of the knowledge and insight I’m starting to accumulate, I’m aiming for consistent and regular updates. As it goes, the times, they are a’changing.

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