Algorithmically Generated Coding Events and Personal Playlists

Algorithmically Generated Coding Events and Personal Playlists

Keeping on the music tack, this article in Wired about “live-coding” parties is an amazing look at the pervasiveness of code and algorithms in our lives today. There’s a SoundCloud sample in the article for the music segment. It’s cool, I’d say not as good as a fully human-generated track or song, but an intriguing start, nonetheless. If you think the robots won’t come for your job eventually, you may be surprised sooner than you think. At least, there may be chunks of code that take over some of that job in relatively short order. There’s also a section outlining the visual art side of things and more links to artist pages.


As I wrote before about adopting Frank Chimero’s music organizing system, I make a monthly playlist to hold all the significant songs I remember or that impact my day which were released prior to the current year. March is nearly over and a short list, but February’s was rich, so here it is:

https://open.spotify.com/user/mb6et6hjq06n43w78f64dciqc/playlist/13NCJiIVT97S3eMg4vYCIx?si=nQfDuZsXSR2rHDBuJY8zEg
February 2019 Playlist

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