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jkottke / apollo-11.html
Created Jul 20, 2017
Rebroadcast of the Apollo 11 Moon landing via YouTube videos
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
<head>
<!--
Hello! So here's how this page works...basically it's like a circa-1969 TV. When loaded, it displays a title card (apollo-tv-title-card.jpg) that says when the coverage starts. Then when the time is "July 20, {current year} 16:10:30 PM EDT", the first video (from "videoIds") starts playing. That video ends and the title card is displayed again. When the time is "July 20, {current year} 22:51:27 PM EDT", the second video starts and then the six remaining videos are shown right after that in succession. If the page is loaded at any point during the broadcast, the proper video will start playing at the proper time (just like you've turned on the TV for a live event). At the end, the title card will be displayed again.
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jkottke / gist:8739051
Last active Jun 11, 2019
A list of design/writing/coding music recommendations from my Twitter followers
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Not sure how to summarize/organize this into something useful. Some can be made into Spotify/Rdio playlists, but others are likely unavailable and some are just URLs to other services. Genre is all over the place as well...lots of ambient and classical, soundtracks, uptempo dancey stuff, rock w/ words, and even Slayer. Not sure all that can be put into one playlist that's useful for anyone. What I'm saying is, good luck!
fantoraygun ‏@fantoraygun 1h
@jkottke some great mixes here: http://musicforprogramming.net/
Andrew ‏@jandrewc 1h
@jkottke "From here we go sublime" by The Field and "Alive 2007" by Daft Punk.
Lenny ‏@lenny_ 1h
@jkottke SomaFM's Groove Salad station
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