Margaret Noble, (whom you may recognize from her track on Echoes of Polyhymnia
), recently created a really great blog called "Sound Is Art," which I thought some of you might be interested in. Here's a little bit of descriptive info:"This site aims to explore the many questions, compositions, ramblings and experiences of sound that come from time to time to listeners, creators, and the merely curious. From abstraction to music, all forms of organized and naturally occurring sound will be presented here. Every entry has a sound clip and the hope is that this site will be interesting to audiophiles and casual listeners alike.
I will be posting on the many experiences I have had from working with sound in a variety of contexts over the last 10 years."
Check it out here:http://margaretnoble.net/blog/
You can subscribe and get email updates whenever something new has been added, and she also takes submissions, (in case you have any unique and interesting sounds you'd like to donate to her cause.)