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The Look and Sound of “Bosch” (article 3 of 3)

Par Doug Krentzlin

A behind-the-scene photo of the Bosch crew, with author Michael Connelly second-from-left in the foreground and producer-writer Tom Bernardo to the right of Connelly. Executive producer Pieter Jan Brugge (in hat) is directly behind Connolly in the background. The first two articles in this series focused on the contributions of the directors and cinematographers that ...

The Look and Sound of “Bosch” (article 2 of 3)

Par Doug Krentzlin

The first article in this series covered how, just as the Bosch novels by Michael Connelly carried on the tradition of tough, hard-boiled American detective fiction perfected by the likes of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett, so Amazon Prime Video’s Bosch television series continues the dark, gritty look of classic film noir. And two of ...

The Look and Sound of “Bosch” (article 1 of 3)

Par Doug Krentzlin

Titus Welliver as Harry Bosch in the final shot of “Raise the Dead,” Episode Four, Season Five of Bosch Amazon Prime Video’s Bosch, is not just the best damn cop show on TV today, it is also one of the finest police procedural series in the history of television, right up there with Dragnet, Hill ...

Nightmares In Clubland: DJ Ku’s Worst DJ Gig Ever (featuring Michael Jordan)

Par Tenova

What happens when a basketball legend decides to take on a DJ? DJTT author Tom Hricik regularly asks veteran club DJs about their dreaded “worst night ever”. Often times, we can learn a lot from these unfortunate, but realistic circumstances – and have a few laughs while we're at it. This month, he spoke with DJ KU, a Red Bull Thre3style Southeast Champ who had to deal with an unruly patron that we're all familiar with.

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Alt-C – Designing for synergy between our ecosystems and network economics

Par Filip Visnjic
Alt-C – Designing for synergy between our ecosystems and network economics
Created by Michael Sedbon, Alt-C is an installation that uses electricity produced by plants to power a single board computer mining a cryptocurrency. The project questions our relationship to ecosystems in regards to networked technologies and abstraction problematics.

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