So this afternoon we took the kids to the Experience Music Project in Seattle, which was created by Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft. It was rather cool, but it was not a good match for the kids — attention spans are too short for this kind of thing, so we didn’t stay very long. They had much more fun playing in the International Fountain instead.
But while we were at the EMP, looking around the Music Lab, I noticed a computer in the recording area that had a program that looked familiar. So I looked closer, and found that it was, in fact, the same open-source Audacity I use to record and edit the Blaincast. Which was amusing, so I thought I’d share.