justingoboom / Justin Strasburg

I am a web designer, tea drinker, sushi eater, and I make noise as one half of Partly Zombish. I currently live in Buffalo, NY.

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  1. Ep. 005 - Sarah Hennies - “Sound Signs”

    (In my work) there’s this sort of underlying belief or tenet that whatever sound we’re hearing probably has a lot more going on with it than we’re either aware of or are giving it credit for.” - Sarah Hennies   Today’s episode is all about identity and understanding yourself through your own creations. Sarah Hennies joins us and premiers the piece “Pressure”, which is created entirely from one piece of percussion: the hi-hat. By varying the pressure of the foot pedal on the hi-hat, Sarah changes the quality of the sound and the various tones that are emitted. Different speeds on the metronome are set and multi-tracked, and the results are presented as they were recorded. The result is a cascade of overlapping percussion sounds that can be felt physically in the body.   Sarah discusses how a piece like “Pressure”, which is one of the first recorded examples of her composed music, gave her clues about herself. At one time, it seemed like a good idea to use this approach in her music. She came back to the idea of music that can be “felt” later in life, and realized she touched on it with “Pressure” at a previous time. Looking back with renewed clarity, Sarah was able to gain insights about herself at that time in her life and use this to create a more refined work. At another point, Sarah decided that physically demanding, labor intensive performances were going to be her focus. What does that say about her? There was a reason she came up her ideas at a specific time in her life. Sarah saw inadvertent signs in her music, and now she uses these signs and layers of meaning purposefully as tools in her compositional process.   Sarah Hennies website Gather & Release EMDR Therapy Organ For The Senses / Parkeology

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  2. Spotlight: Frank Chimero — Responsive Web Design

    This episode kicks off a brief series of interviews with independent web designers. First up, we talk with Frank Chimero about his responsive design practice and the latest iteration of

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  3. Spotlight: Michael Andrews — Responsive Web Design

    Continuing our series of conversations with the people who make responsive designs happen, we chat with content strategist Michael Andrews, who tells us how metadata will make your content future-ready.

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  4. Mac Power Users #370: Automation with Sal Soghoian - Relay FM

    Sal Soghoian joins us to discuss the state of Mac an iOS automation. Sal discusses Automation on the Mac, the possibilities for Automation on iOS and the tools and languages available to put the power in the hands of the user.

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  5. Upgrade #133: You’re an Empty Row Person - Relay FM

    Apple’s been a leader in podcasting since the early days, but is there a new era coming soon? Jason and Myke have some theories. Plus, we carefully analyze each other’s iPhone and iPad home screens, marvel at Apple’s stock price, and answer your questions

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  6. Spotlight: Sara Soueidan — Responsive Web Design

    In our continuing series about the people who make responsive designs happen, we talk with freelance front-end Web developer, Sara Soueidan.

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  7. Clive Deamer Interview May 2015 @ Weston College FULL

    Tony Hobden interviews legendary session drummer, Clive Deamer.

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  8. The Big Web Show #154: Where Have All the Unicorns Gone, With Jen Simmons

    Have front-end and UX separated as practices? Is the time of the designer/coder over? The great Jen Simmons (Mozilla, CSS Grid, Layout Land) is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest in a sharply focused episode of The Big Web Show.

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  9. Interview w/ Wes Bos (Part 1) - Developer Tea

    In today’s episode, I interview the creator of JavaScript30 and talented JavaScript developer Wes Bos.

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  10. The argumentative Andy episode

    This week on the Boagworld Show we look at the challenges of presenting, super powering Sketch app and tracking the success of your blog posts.

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