If you've been watching The Jinx, HBO's documentary miniseries on Robert Durst, that eerie, ethereal music occasionally in the background is the musical saw, played by Natalia Paruz, NYC's "saw lady."
You can hear a bit of it in that clip, beginning around 0:09. My wife, the TV critic Emily Nussbaum, originally thought it was the theremin:
But Paruz tweeted back to say that, nope, that it was her -- and that the director had specifically asked for that instrument:
Paruz was namechecked in January on Boing Boing, but it's worth checking out all her music, which is as lovely as strange as you'd imagine. Plus, that album title!
The privacy-focused web browser Brave has finally launched a 1.0 version, bringing it officially out of beta.
A number of popular health-related websites in the UK are reported to be actively sharing sensitive user data with dozens of third parties, including Google and Facebook, but also various adtech firms and data brokers.
After years of poorly-received MacBook Pro models, Apple’s new sixteen-inch model has a lot riding on it.
As much as some of us fear the loss of our jobs to robots, there’s one job we’re pretty sure they are welcome to: vacuuming. There’s nothing quite like kicking back and watching a robot vacuum do one of the most time-consuming tasks on the household chore list. And there are few ‘bots that do […]
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