but enough about you...

I don't know where I heard that joke but it seemed fitting for a vanity page, which is what this is.
And not being very vain I decided to ommit pictures and design only in black & white.
What you will find here instead is links to various information about myself, my art, and my various projects.

    Robb Drinkwater

Library
A partial list, certianly not everything I have listened to or read, but works that have had an impact on my thinking. And as I have mentioned them to friends & students often they seemed worth sharing.

Recordings

"field recordings of shortwave radio"
"Talbot/Gutzeit/Soliday/Drinkwater/Sullender live at Hotti Biscotti"
"Reflections"
"Tabula rasa"
"Outside the Circle of Fire"
"Camera Oscura/Espaces Inhabitables"
"on the verge of redundance"
"signals, calls, and marches"
"Hatred and Numbers"
"sect:dsect"

Books

"Arduino for Musicians"
"The New Science of Cities"
"Everyware"
"Androids in the Enlightenment"
"How To Think More About Sex"
"Einstein's Dreams"
"Children of the Sun"
"Green Angel"
"The Limits of Power"
"The Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less"
"A Short History of Nearly Everything"
"The Elegant Universe"
"A Pattern Language"
"Automate This"
"Fantasia Mathematica"
"On Human Communication"
"Free Agent Nation"
"A Whole New Mind"
"Longitude"
"The Advent of the Alogritm"
"Everything and More: A Compact History of Infinity"
"Sweet Anticipation - music and the psychology of expectation"
"Data Smog"
"Music and Probability"
"Ocean of Sound"
"A Small World - Smart Homes and the Dream of the Perfect Day"
"BUILDING (in) THE FUTURE"
"Randomness"
"Improvisation: It's Nature and Practice in Music"
"A Natural History of the Senses "
"Things That Make Us Smart"
"The Design of Everyday Things"
"Present Shock"
"What We Believe But Cannot Prove"
"Desert Solitaire"
"Triumph of The City"
"The Future of Life"
"Letters to a Young Scientist"
"The Social Conquest of Earth"
"Musicmathics Volume 1"
"Musicmathics Volume 2"
"Much Ado About Almost Nothing - Man's Encounter With The Electron"
"On Bullshit"
"The Essential Engineer"
"Space and the American Imagination"
"Formalized Music"
"The Jungles of Randomness"
"Waiting for the Barbarians"
"Why Art Cannot Be Taught"
"The Information"
"Systems of Survival"
"Haunted Media"
"The End of Work"
"Electric Sound"
"What to Think About Machines That Think"
"The Rediscovery of the Mind"
"Everything Is Illuminated"
"MoreBrilliantThanTheSun"
"Metaphors We Live By"
"Ambient Commons"
"Digital Ground"
"blink"
" The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time"
"Shop Class as Soulcraft"
"In Defense Of Food"
"A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe"
"Smart Things"
"Governing the Present "
"Fooled by Randomness"
"Handmade Electronic Music"
"Hallucinations"
"Any Sound You Can Imagine: Making Music/Consuming Technology"
"Theory and Reality: an introduction to the philosophy of science"
"The Self-made Tapestry"
"Learning From The Octopus"
"Incompleteness: The Proof and Paradox of Kurt Godel"
"The Plentitude"
"The Best American Science and Nature Writing 2003"
"Auditory Perception"
"Auditory Perception"
"John Cage - An Anthology"
"Music and Memory"
"As Above, So Below"
"Rule of the Bone"
"Textile Technology and Design: From Interior Space to Outer Space"
"Appetite for Self-destruction"
"A Clearing in the Forest"
"How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They're Built"
"What Would Jefferson Do?"
"The Toaist I Ching"
"When Rabbit Howls"
"A John Cage Reader"
"The Happiness Industry "
"Placing Words"
"Cradle to Cradle"

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