## Vampires and money

I’ve been meaning to write about this subject for some time now, but life has gotten in the way.

Anyways.

When someone is turned to a vampire, however the process I think we can all agree on the fact that it turns the now-vampire’s head upside down. It’s a time of turmoil and bloodlust. A time when you know you will live forever. Start to kill humans to stay alive. A time to renew you’re whole wardrobe and also get new friends.

Now another fact that I think you we can agree on. A vampire is never poor.

In some cases the vampire lives in a crypt, but almost always s/he is surrounded by ancient valuables. More likely the vampire owns a mansion or a castle, where he/she lives.

No my to my question. How is it, that in a time of turmoil and lust for blood a vampire start’s investing in the future? Does vampireism come with a heightened sense of economics together with sun-allergies?

Possible solution could be:
* Accidentally leaves money in savings account and remembers later.
* Steals everything of value from it’s victims.
* Low “living” cost’s
* A secret hidden trust fund

If you can think of more, please share!

## Seasons, a new masterpiece

A song composed entirely of small c-programs that renders wav-sound, arranged and assembled into an epic 38 minutes portraying the four seasons (homage to Vivaldi’s Le quattro stagioni) starting with spring, moving into summer autumn and then winter. All parts by itself a song in it’s own. Together they form a masterpiece.

``` { long left = ((Y*(Y>>12)&(int)(Y*2.01) &int(Y*1.99))&(Y*(Y>>14)&int(Y*3.01)&int(Y*3.99)))+((Y*(Y>>16)&int(Y*2.02)&int(Y*1.98))-(Y*(Y>>18)&int(Y*3.02)&int(Y*2.98))); int right = ((t*(t>>12)&(int)(t*2.01) &int(t*1.99))&(t*(t>>14)&int(t*3.01)&int(t*3.99)))+((t*(t>>16)&int(t*2.02)&int(t*1.98))-(t*(t>>18)&int(t*3.02)&int(t*2.99))); } for ( t=0; t<_SIZE; t+=1 ) { int left = (3*t)^(t>>6)%256+(t%2); int right = int((3.0011*t))^(t>>5)%256; } for ( t=0; t<_SIZE; t+=1 ) { int left = (3*t)^(t>>6)%256+(t%6); int right = int((4.0011*t))^(t>>5)%256; } { int left = (t|t>>9)*(t>>(t>>12&13)); int right = (t|t>>9)*(t>>(t>>12&13)); } { int left = (t>>4| (t&((t&t&3)*t>>5))) / sin(t * .00025); int right = (t>>4| (t&((t&t&3)*t>>5))) / sin(t * .00026); } { int left = sin(t * .00025) * 24000 + sin(t * .001) * 5000 + (cos(t * .0005) *cos(t * .0005)) * 50 + cos((t*t) * .001) * 30 ; int right = sin(t * .00025) * 23000 + sin(t * .003) * 5000 + (cos(t * .0005) *cos(t * .0006)) * 50 + cos((t*t) * .011) * 30 ; } { count+=0.2; int left = sin(count * .00025) * 24000 + sin(count * .001) * 5000 + (cos(count * .0005) *cos(count * .0005)) * 50 + cos((count*count) * .001) * 30 ; int right = sin(count * .00025) * 23000 + sin(count * .003) * 5000 + (cos(count * .0005) *cos(count * .0006)) * 50 + cos((count*count) * .011) * 30 ; } { int left = (t&t%4)-(t>>6&t>>11&(t*2)) ; int right = (t&t%4)-(t>>6&t>>10&(t/2)) ; } ```

```{ int left = ((t%16)*(t>>4)|(0x156783131)-(t>>4))/(t>>17)^(t|(t>>4)) ; int right = ((t%32)*(t>>4)|(0x156783131)-(t>>4))/(t>>17)^(t|(t>>4)) ; }```