Episode 11: Asymptotes, Clapping Music, and Drunken Knitting

In Episode 11, Greg and Joey talk about math, music, and drinking while knitting.

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Hanging out at @simplysocksyarnco! #OperationSockDrawer

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I think I can wind a few mini-skeins for my #SockYarnBlanket while I watch baseball before I retire for the evening.

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The new bass is here! The new bass is here! #bass #electricbass #bassplayersofinstagram #overwaterbasses

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One thought on “Episode 11: Asymptotes, Clapping Music, and Drunken Knitting”

  1. When you were speaking about the clapping music hat, and reading the description of phase music made into visual art, I was actually thinking about the Pentatonix song White Winter Hymnal in which they start by clapping in unison and gradually break out into their own strings of rythm before coming back to unison at the end. It’s a really cool thing to see, video is on youtub. As it is chereographed musical clapping I certainly think it also qualifies as visual art as well as musical art.

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