Nov Music Page regularly updated with new ambient recordings. Oct Oh my, new album for download at NYSS. Also being pressed to cassette, giving them out to people. Sep August I've done it, finally. I switched from an iphone to a regular bar phone that has no camera, bells, nor whisles! I'm removing technology from my life one step at a time. I also will often leave the phone at home while I'm out, it's sort of a joy to get home and check my messages from through out the day. People can become very upset being away from technology they've grown used to, it's an addiction. I first experienced this when I was very young, I was addicted to having a television on, it was comforting, without it I felt lonely. When I realized this, it bothered me. I suffered through the emotions, and let go of watching television. I often watch movies now, but I don't need to; that's the difference. I'm comfortable with sitting quietly by myself. I suppose one day technology will be viewed as addictive, that it resembles a drug. A healthy person goes about their life, living in the moment, full of wonder. Yesterday I rode my bike without my cellphone, I rode through an open fire hydrant, as I had no electronics on me to worry about, it felt great. Not being able to be reached felt great. I felt as if I had more time than usual. Technology should improve our lives creating a healthier planet, instead of imprisoning us emotionally. P.S. As my grandmother always told me, "Always keep a hard copy". Jun The real world seems more interesting these days. I have no social media accounts, you won't see me walking down the street with headphones on, or starring at my cellphone. If I have a question, I don't find the answer; I just enjoy the feeling of wonder. I like to experience the world around me, and I use technology, I just don't abuse it. Here's some music at http://www.archive.org 2015