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Apr 05, 2005

Just in case you were wondering about the orange “XML” icon to the lower right, the New York Times presents a primer on RSS.

In addition to providing a ‘site summary’ of this blog, I’ve also played with RSS as a noise monitor reporting tool (this for example). This file was sent to a Java-based RSS reader that runs on my Sony Ericsson T616 cellphone. Just an example of the possibilities…

 

More cube speakers: Mission’s M-Cube, based on the NXT flat panel technology that was all the rage a few years ago. Mission attempts to compensate for the lack of low-frequency output by coupling the flat panels (mounted in a cubic enclosure) with a subwoofer. All this can be yours for $2200.

[Gizmodo via Tech Digest]

 

The Institute of Acoustics is accepting nominations for the Award for Promoting Acoustics to the Public. From Dr. Trevor Cox’s announcement:

“With noise increasingly on the public agenda and to encourage activity to create a greater awareness of the importance of acoustics outside the acoustics fraternity, the Institute of Acoustics (IOA) is delighted to announce a new Award for Promoting Acoustics to the Public.”

“Promoting acoustics can help encourage more people to study and follow careers in acoustics. It can also help prevent acoustics being treated as a “Cinderella” subject by industry and legislators.”

Nominations will be accepted until May 31, 2005.


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