SoundBytes, Volume 2
SoundBytes, Volume 2
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You Can't Get There.
Some connections simply weren't meant to be. 9.0 Seconds.
In a crisis, Logana refers to the cover of the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," with hats off to Douglas Adams. 7.6 Seconds.
Give this to your manager. He'll amuse himself for hours. 18.5 Seconds.
Logana is impressed. 5.2 Seconds.
Did you make that groovy bikini out of a tablecloth? 17.0 Seconds.
Punch that clock! 4.3 Seconds.
Logana's cyber-greeting. 6.8 Seconds.
Trystero lives. 2.9 Seconds.
A Celtic aire for St. Patrick's day. 1 minute 26.1 Seconds.
Logana formerly worked in P.R. at Yoyodyne. 10.2 Seconds.
12 Tone Geek.
Performed by Tungsten Maqaque. 3.5 Seconds.
Situation Normal, AFU. 3.7 Seconds.
Maybe you should think twice before you do that. 2.0 Seconds.
Don't you ever learn? 2.9 Seconds.
Rock Cliche #1.
Tungsten Macaque plays a short gig. Where's the bar? 2.4 Seconds.
JavaMan doesn't want flies in his kitchen. 12.1 Seconds.
Rock Cliche #2.
Keep your fingers crossed. 3.1 Seconds.
Rock Cliche #3.
Queen meets Cyberspace. 12.5 Seconds.
Aren't we all? 88.2 Seconds.
For when you feel like the Omega Man. 12.1 Seconds.
Logana reminds us that achieving personal success requires perseverance. Don't you hate when that happens. 5.5 Seconds.
When all the technology gets to be bit much, naturalize your audio environment. The recording was made in a black oak (woodland in rural Indiana in the early spring, and includes sounds from several species of birds including the tufted titmouse (Parus bicolor), ruby-crowned kinglets (Regulus Calendula), blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata), and American crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos). 34.5 Seconds.
No symbolism here. 3.4 Seconds.
A couple of honks from a canada goose (Branta canadensis) recorded in rural Indiana during migration, spring of 1994. 2.7 Seconds.
Data, Data, Data.
The master detective, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, like you, relied upon a free and unfetered flow in information. He expresses this most clearly in this passage from "The Copper Beeches." 7.1 Seconds.
The net is mentioned once in Shakespeare's plays, albeit in Henry VIII, his least regarded work. This passage may be found in Act I, Scene I. 6.0 Seconds.
Rank has its privileges, and nobody bgcolor="#FFFFFF" wants to bother with that security stuff. This quote is from Tolstoy's War and Peace. 5.7 Seconds.
Logana reminds us that one key to personal success is thrift. 5.3 Seconds.
Logana raises a rhetorical question regarding humanity's place in the world. 9.4 Seconds.