Sometimes it feels like there isn't enough time in the day. Or in a year for that matter. 2011 was an incredible year for music, almost too much to keep track of. In the waning moments of '11 here's three you should take with you into the new year.
In 1975, when then-composer and performer Bill Buxton started designing his own digital musical instruments, he had no way of knowing he was helping to spark the next technological revolution. But nine years — and a master's in computer science — later, that all changed.
If history repeats itself, one of the most popular programs on television Christmas Day will be a looped, seven-minute piece of film that's more than 40 years old. In some cities, it's consistently in the top three programs on Christmas morning, and yet it has no plot, no actors and it never seems to end.