A dialog of thoughts and ideas about software, usability, and products, with random science and wacky ideas thrown in for good measure.


Now that I'm about seven posts into my new blog, perhaps I should announce it!

Introducing musicblog.davekoelle.com, my new blog about JFugue, Music, and Music Programming.

This blog isn't going away, and I'll continue to post my ideas about products, ideas, computing, and more here. But for those items that are specifically about the development of JFugue, my discoveries in music, and my exploration with artificial creativity and generative music -- all of which are taking an increasingly considerable amount of my hobby time -- musicblog.davekoelle.com is the place to go.

And, don't forget to follow me on Twitter! @dmkoelle
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