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Just read a very interesting article about Pollock and fractals, here it 
if you're interested:


But here's the paragraph that caught my attention:
"The same predisposition seems to be at work in other mediums as well. 
Studies have found that people prefer patterns that are neither too 
regular, like the test bars on a television channel, nor too random, like 
snowy screen. They prefer the subtle variations on a recurring theme in, 
say, a Beethoven concerto, to the monotony of repeated scales or the 
cacophony of someone pounding on a keyboard."

..which obviously made me think about looping, although I'm way to sleepy 
to make any observation on it right now.  Nonetheless, I thought it might 
make for some good conversation.


ernesto schnack