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Syncopation for Programmers

by Erik Loyer

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This talk, given in 2002 as part of Stanford’s long-running Computer Systems Laboratory Colloquium series, posits that syncopation—the kind of rhythmic play found in abundance in jazz and swing—is a design practice that will be essential to humanizing our interactions with technology in the 21st century.


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