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Aristoxenos @aristoxenos

Due to a lack of motivation I can't finish my thesis now. I'll wait till I've got a lack of time instead ... (Deadline, here I come again)

@wanderingELT You'll find many on the lokal timeline of this instance.

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(I usually don't follow trends, but I think this one is nice)

I'm a grad student from Hamburg (Germany) and study Systematic Musicology. This includes social, physical, psychological, medical, aesthetic and technical aspects of music. It's annoying when people ask what instrument I play, because that's like underestimating my subjects. I'm also interested into gender/queer studies and other humanities.
I also like cats, anime, diversity ...

@celesteh

Also consider the more recent publications by Leman.

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Reserving #acoustics and #psychoacoustics books in the british library reading rooms (like a boss)(not like a boss?)(i regret any boss-related errors)

If there's any you think are ace or remember from your student (or teaching) days, I'd love to hear about it.

@celesteh

I'm in the library right now and I'm reading "Embodied music cognition and mediation technology" by Marc Leman. I thinks its really cool. I carry that book often around with me, because I want everyone (other students) to know what I'm engaged with.

female:pressure is a network that aims to a make women who are engaged into electronic music more visible.

femalepressure.net/fempress.ht

There's no difference to other fields like technology or research: There are many qualified female, trans* and non-binary people. Why can't we see them?

Why are there still so few desks with power outlets in the library? Come on, we living in the 21st century!

@Tdorey @actualham @katebowles

I also have two accounts. There are some tools for maintaining multiple accounts.

@actualham You're welcome. I see you're an academic. Why don't you try the instance scholar.social ? It's nice over here. :)

@actualham On the local timeline you can see all toots from your own instance. On the federated timeline you can see the toots from all instances. Your on one of the biggest instances, so you won't see a difference sometimes.

Hello world. I'm new to this instance ...