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"A Force Of Nature" POCKET feat. Mark Burgess of Chameleons UK - a new EP to be Released: November 24th, 2009 by 24 Hour Service Station *******24hourservicestaion**** *******music-by-pocket**** The sixth release in Pocket's Collaboration EP Series, Mark Burgess (Chameleons UK, The Sun and the Moon, Black Swan Lane) fancied the idea of what POCKET was doing with his Singles EP series so much, that he contributed two tracks to this record, “A Force Of Nature” & “Heaven.” The A-side pulses, throbs and chugs with Burgess' melodic lyrics raising the pressure to a glorious conclusion, while the B-side recalls the best moments of 80's vanguards The Psychedelic Furs. Includes remixes from Dub Gabriel & Kites With Lights along with a reworking of the title track by Elk City.
24 Nov 2009
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"Beautiful Gray" features Dave Smalley, lead singer of legendary punk bands Down By Law, Dag Nasty, ALL & DYS. This No-Budget clip was whipped up with Dave's web cam, Pocket's hand-held camera and the flashing lights of Los Angeles. Oh, and Lots of Fire! The "Beautiful Gray" EP features remixes by Styrofoam, GD Luxxe and The Message. POCKET (aka Richard Jankovich) was the mastermind & frontman of NYC electro pop band, Burnside Project. His Singles Series features vocals from Tanya Donelly of Belly & Throwing Muses, Danny Seim of Menomena, Mark Burgess of The Chameleons UK, Sal Principato of Liquid Liquid, Steve Kilbey of The Church, Robyn Hitchcock, Yuki Chikudate of Asobi Seksu & Craig Wedren of Shudder to Think. This project is distributed by 24 Hour Service Station, an independent Record Label & Media Distribution company located in Tampa, Florida.
5 Nov 2009
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Google Tech Talks November 5, 2008 ABSTRACT In 1993 cfengine was one of the first open source configuration management <b>systems</b> for Unix, and the first to perform self-healing, long before IBM's autonomic computing initiative drew attention. Cfengine is now used on hundred of thousands of computers all over the world. In the late 1990's Mark Burgess came to realize that no one was really conducting research into large scale computer behaviour and he began to work on all aspects of <b>system</b> ...
7 Mar 2009
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