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Computer/cyberpunk documentaries

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Most of these are older, some are more slept on. Triumph of the Nerds  - Mid '90s documentary about the computer industry. https://archive.org/details/triumph_of_the_nerds BBS:  The Documentary - BBS was the pre world wide web, a glimpse of what was to come. https://archive.org/details/BBS.The.Documentary/BBS.The.Documentary.ep1.avi UNIX: Making Computers Easier To Use - Vibe with some AT&T gems, ... » Continue Reading

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Music projects

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I've been holding back a couple albums for a while, they just need to be put together and mixed, etc. Malakai Beats - 2014 - 2019 - This is the main album for now.  Like the previous release in the series 2008-2013, this is a huge beat tape with a lot of random stuff, material no one's heard, and various instrumentals from the era.   Malakai Beats - The Art of Koi Keeping - This album was out but ... » Continue Reading

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Tai Chi forms I'm learning

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I'm a year and a half into practicing Tai Chi.  I was fortunate enough to find a very good instructor and group locally.  Even during a pandemic we made it work out.  My sifu has practiced different styles and forms for many years, and the group has a lot of combined knowledge and experience.   Yang Style 8 This was the first form I learned and it taught me many of the basics. Yang Style 24  This ... » Continue Reading

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Super geeked on SpaceHey

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This site is needed now more than ever.  Being on here is like a breath of fresh air. » Continue Reading

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Tai Chi Notes #1

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"At the beginning of learning Taijiquan, practicing more slowly, better. If you practice Taijiquan quickly, and the movements go on in a flash, you will not have enough time to feel them, not to speak of the sensation of inside changes of your body. Therefore, you should practice slowly so that you could seek and sense looseness, steadiness, and centralization of your body, not only in the static ... » Continue Reading

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Zhan Zhuang

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The originator of a martial arts called Yiquan which bases itself on Zhan Zhuang wrote this article outlining the practice and therapeutic potential: "Zhan Zhuang exercises Written by Wang Xiangzhai in late 1950s or early 1960sTranslated from Chinese by Andrzej Kalisz in 2004" http://www.yiquan.academy/articles.php?article_id=42 A reference on the Wikipedia article states: "Those unfamiliar with Z... » Continue Reading

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Notes from Cheng Tzu's Thirteen Treatises on T'ai Chi Ch'uan

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Cheng Man Ch'ing (1902-1975) was given the nickname "whiskers" because of his impressive facial hair. At the age of 20 he was head of the traditional painting department of the Fine Arts Academy in Shanghai and also a professor of literature.  Teaching at several universities for a decade he became stricken with tuberculosis.  As he began to practice Tai Chi with his teacher Yang Cheng-fu, who had... » Continue Reading

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