I started by going outside and using a sound spectrum analyzing app to detect which frequencies were indetectable at the time. When I checked, 1500-1523 Hz were unavailable for me to use with my phone, and it made me upset that it was taken away from me. As such, I decided to go learn a brand new music editing program just to create a stereo chirp from 1500-1523 Hz on the left channel, and 1523-1500 Hz in the right channel, inverted. I took a second of brownian noise and delicately layered it underneath my tones and chirps. I hope you like it. Precision and acuity. by evanstapler | Evan | Free Listening on SoundCloud
Showing posts from March, 2021
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Once upon a time I registered firstname.lastname@example.org out of necessity for anonymous registration. I forgot about it. After more than a decade, I logged back in and discovered thousands of online identities had accumulated in the email address. I have thousands of identities for all of people's most important accounts; facebook, google, twitter, everything, and all from a specific pool of internet users: users who are entirely unaware of cybersecurity. This is a true story.
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The Secret takes the responsibility away from the individual. This may be the whole idea, but this perception of manifestation completely ignores inherent privilege that went completely unchecked during my watching of The Secret. It didn't account for many societal factors that contribute to whole races and classes of people being oppressed, regardless of their ability to manifest or construct a more "positive" reality. Additionally, The Secret expects blind adherence. I am risk-averse myself, and I do not commit to any plan A without first setting up a plan B and C. The Secret expects full commitment to the belief that if you want it, it will come to you. Again, this limited viewpoints removes personal responsibility and discredits the hard work it takes to change society. Manifestation is the result of hard work. The results of manifestation are earned through the efforts of trying, failing, and trying again. It's a different kind of commitment than the absolute fai