'The Fuzzy and the Techie' Argues That a Philosophy Degree Might Prove Useful, After All

'The Fuzzy and the Techie' Argues That a Philosophy Degree Might Prove Useful, After All

By Jeff Strowe

Business powerhouse Scott Hartley examines those workers that bring context to elaborate codes and data, and humanistic ethics to the cold calculus of algorithms. 24 Apr 2017 // 11:00 AM

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//Recent Reviews

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Dear Nora: There Is No Home

The last album from this Portland outfit is an eclectic bit of work that rarely leaves one bored. Whether it is the drone-ful “The Dream

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Chingy: Hoodstar

Hoodstar has no skits, so it's got that going for it...

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Various: The World Is Gone

Melding the current sounds of grime and dubstep with folk melodies and wispy female vocals, Various takes Massive Attack where it should have gone.

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Charles Mingus: Music Written for Monterey, 1965. Not Heard…Played in Its Entirety, at UCLA

All Mingus asked for was the impossible. More often than not, he achieved it.

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Abominable (2006)

In many ways, Shifrin can be seen as the contemporary version of Don Glut, that monster movie obsessed kid from the '60s who hung around with Forrest Ackerman and made Super-8mm epics in his backyard featuring all of his Favorite Monsters of Filmland.

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Jesse McCartney: Right Where You Want Me

Jesse McCartney is a Lunchable: prepackaged to the point of absurdity.

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J.J. Cale - To Tulsa And Back: On Tour With JJ Cale

To Tulsa and Back merely reinforces the common perception that J.J. Cale is laid-back and uninterested with stardom. As a result, it's also a wasted opportunity.

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Andy Kim: How’d We Ever Get This Way/Rainbow Ride

With his unaffectedly yearning tenor and laconic delivery, Brill Building songsmith Andy Kim made bubblegum music suitable for adults.

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Scott H. Biram: Graveyard Shift

The Devil manifests himself in some cagey ways, musically speaking. Case in point: Scott H. Biram.

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Yellowjackets: Twenty Five

A survey of the group's first-quarter century: history, musical thinking, and an instrumental meditation on global warming apparently cannot date.

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Becomes the 'Beholder'

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to think that we would never be complicit with the dictates of an authoritarian regime, but Beholder reveals how complicated such choices can become.

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