Author Archives: TGB

Will Computers Understand Evolution?

“Just meat sacks with primate brains” is a phrase a friend and I commonly use to describe some of our curious behaviors. While this is basically accurate, it implies the perspective of some higher intelligence. Shocking as it may be, … Continue reading

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A Sound Braid

Vi Hart makes cool videos. This one seemed appropriate for the Golden Braid.

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What’s On My Mind pt. 1

There’s many fleeting questions that enter and leave the mind, and some that linger like an itch of curiosity. I recently discussed plans to expand this site beyond music with a touch of science, a place for me to share … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day

Though artificial like every other holiday, I’ll take this opportunity to express thanks to my dad and all the other good father’s out there. My father is literally the most selfless person I’ve ever known, particularly in regards to his … Continue reading

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Who’s the Weird One?

I live next to a facility that, from the best I can tell, employs mentally challenged adults. They get dropped off and picked up by social workers in big vans, and during the days they often cavort outside. I’m glad … Continue reading

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Frankenstein’s Master

In other DG news, I recently did a score for a short film titled Frankenstein’s Master, a brief excerpt from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein’s Monster. You can give it a watch (and listen) here: http://vimeo.com/67644635?utm_source=buffer&utm_campaign=Buffer&utm_content=buffer29574&utm_medium=twitter

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