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February 24, 2005

Friday at Mighty

this friday on SF's best sound system, deep house and breaks music.

Date & Time: 2005-02-25 10:00 PM
Location: MIGHTY (119 Utah street)

       Seisix, Tenax on Tour and Psychofunkodiscodelic


       a night of love, dreams and, of course, great music,
       with some of the best dj/producer from all around the world.

       HARVEY (deep space-ministry of sound L.A)
       ABE DUQUE (tension, disko B, duque record N.Y)
       SOLFORETTI (nobody's perfect, tenax Florence ITALY)
       LAIRD (psychofunkodiscodelic S.F)
       EL PAPACHANGO (el circo S.F)
       OOAH (laba L.A)
       TUNG (brass trax S.F)
       GALEN (sunset S.F)
       SOLAR (sunset S.F)
       NIKOLA (swat S.F)


Visuals By SPOT.

To be added to the $10 guests list send an email to:

more info at

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February 22, 2005


Orange, or my adventures in the North East.
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I am pleased to report that SPOTWORKS is now on sale at the MoMA bookstore. Go Joel!
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February 17, 2005

the feature google maps is missing

overlays of public transport lines. and how bout planning trips on them in addition to "driving directions"?
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February 16, 2005

sheep 8915 inlove

My favorite email in a long time:
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 21:21:13 -0800 (PST)
From: "Moksha R." <moki@yahoo>
Subject: sheep 8915 inlove
To: chat@electricsheep

can anyone help me??????, I fell in love with this sheep and now it is dead. I just got electric sheep and I did not know that my computer would delete my sheeps so fast....If anyone still has sheep 8915 or any of it's relations...PLEASE tell me. I would be so pleased to see this sheep again...
moksha Rainbowlight

The sheep in question was designed by KitChaos one of the top genetic designers. An hour later Dave Dodge replied with a link to the missing sheep and some relatives.
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Large prints at iDrops

A large back-lit print of my artwork will be part of the gallery at iDrops this weekend in LA. Though I will not be there in person the VJ lineup for this event is stunning. Highly recommended.
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Generation 165 at PlanetWorks in NYC Tonight

I am in New York City this week and I have made last minute arrangements with the PlanetWork Forum for an informal showing of my latest work: a new physical manifestation of the Electric Sheep. This device contains a 75 gigabyte database of sheep that would have taken a single computer more than 20 years to render. If played back end-to-end without any sequencing or continuity it would take 25 hours total, but with the playback engine recombining the sheep the result is an effectively infinite fountain. The device is nearly silent, and in a quiet, dark room the result is uncanny. It's called it "Generation 165", and we would be honored by your attention tonight at Location1 (26 Greene St in SOHO).

7-7:30pm: networking & light refreshments*
7:30 - 8:30/9pm: presentations
8:30/9pm - 9:30pm: networking and light refreshments
* a $10 donation to cover costs is appreciated.

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February 09, 2005

Pack of Sheep by Torrent

Because the bandwidth problems have become so severe and there seem to be a lot of new users I decided to make a starter pack of sheep available via BitTorrent. Click here and after it downloads copy the sheep (the MPG files) to your cache directory. On Windows by default that is C:\WINDOWS\System32\electricsheep-cache\mpeg. There are 22 sheep in the pack totalling 100MB.
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February 06, 2005

WorldSpirit Afterparty

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February 02, 2005

Sheep on TV and MetaFilter

Electric Sheep has received a batch of new press. First it was mentioned on Tech TV as Sarah’s Damn Good Download. That led (I assume) to being posted on MetaFilter, which was then picked up by Blogoscope and others.

Too bad it's hardly working now...

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February 01, 2005

WorldSpirit Premier and Afterparty

I'm sure many of you are familiar with Kenji Williams and Alex Grey and their beautiful DVD WorldSpirit. If not check this flash trailer out.

This saturday is the SF premier, and I'm honored to be performing video for the afterparty. The line-up of musicians, DJs, and artists is truly phenomenal.

Kenji's music can be heard on my own SPOTWORKS DVD, and my Electric Sheep animations can be seen in one of the bonus tracks on the the WorldSpirit DVD, so these are sister publications.

I hope to see you there. Here are the details:

Febuary 5th, 10pm to 4am, $10 @ Infinite Kaos 136 Taylor St., SF

Plese join us at Infinite Kaos to celebrate the SF Premier of the
beautiful WorldSpirit DVD, an extraordinary journey of art and sound
celebrating the words & paintings of Alex Grey and the music and film
direction of Kenji Williams.

Flyer and more info at

Kenji Williams (progressive techno violin)
Zoe Keating (looping cello)

Syd Gris (Opel/Opulent Temple)
Rhythmystic (Beatstream/Rhythm Society)
Pacwan (
Ammon (Rhythm Society)
Jacaranda (
Ezra (Rhythm Society)
Adnan (LUSH)

Altars, Free Organic Fruit and Chai service by Chai Guy, Art by
Vibrata, Visuals by Spot and CaroLuna, poi by GlitterGirl, bellydance
by Lazuli and Nefertem, massage therapists & more!

Tickets $10 at the door, or free (donations welcome) only with proof
of admission to the Worldspirit film screening earlier in the evening
at 7:30pm @ SF Art Institute, 800 Chesnut St, see for more info.

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