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Soul in the Machine Live in Vegas, February 25, 2012

Soul in the Machine LIVE – One Magic Night
At The World Renowned
Rain Nightclub – The Palms – Las Vegas

We’ve been wanting to play here since attending a Club Rubber event here back when EDM was still considered way underground (see the “RAVE Act”). This club is perfect for us – high ceilings, large stage area, ampitheater style table levels. Plus, it’s in Vegas and that’s where it’s all blowing up right now. Hope to see you there!

Soul in the Machine releases 2 Mad World remixes

Soul in the Machine releases 2 Mad World remixes

2 remixes of Mad World have been released!

Check out http://www.beatport.com/release/mad-world/436975.

Thanks to Noel Sanger and Chase Costello for their great work, to J. Scott G. for his vocal engineering and of course to Crysta Bell for such a beautiful vocal!

Even the smartest tech visionaries are afflicted with myopia

Even the smartest tech visionaries are afflicted with myopia

“I think there is a world market for maybe five computers” – Thomas Watson, Chairman of the Board of IBM, 1943

“640k (of RAM) ought to be enough for anybody.” – Bill Gates defending MS-DOS’ 640k RAM address limit, 1981

“It’s rare that you see an artist in his 30s or 40s able to really contribute something amazing” – Steve Jobs, founder of Apple, 1985

“There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home” – Ken Olsen, CEO of DEC in 1986.

“What would I do? I’d shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders.” – Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Computer in 1997 on what he would do with Apple Computer

“Blinky lights aren’t so special anymore. Everyone’s got blinky lights” – Mr. Technology, CTO of Soul in the Machine, 2011

Notes on the quotes. At the time of Olsen’s quote, DEC was the 2nd biggest tech company in the world. Lucky for Steve Jobs, he was wrong about himself. Thomas Watson: what was he thinking? As for Michael Dell, Apple’s current market cap is 10 times that of Dell Computer. And Mr. Technology? His next date will be impressed with him because of blinky lights. Moral of the story: be careful about believing anyone’s predictions about the future.