Mendel Lee

Author's details

Name: mendel lee
Date registered: April 15, 2013


I'm a composer, musician, and music educator residing in New Orleans, LA. Visit my site for more details, or do a search for me. I'm very easy to find on the internet.

Latest posts

  1. Habits of Man – fifteen years later — April 10, 2017
  2. Mare Nostrum: Empires (2016) — February 15, 2017
  3. TUMB Banquet Awards Process — December 9, 2016
  4. The context of National Anthem protesting in marching band — October 6, 2016
  5. time travel chess adjustments – addendum — May 31, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. mutli-episode stories in the New Who — 9 comments
  2. Doctor/companion dynamic in New Who — 7 comments
  3. shift in video game target audiences — 6 comments
  4. A rant on the views (both sides) of Christianity — 6 comments
  5. Apple needs to fill the gap. — 6 comments

Author's posts listings

Apr 10

Habits of Man – fifteen years later

Recently I pulled out my old solo digital audio work Habits of Man for a recital here on campus. It’s the first time that I’ve listened to it critically in several years (even though I posted it on YouTube four years ago): There are a couple of small nagging sloppy parts to the piece that frustrate …

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Feb 15

Mare Nostrum: Empires (2016)

On the one hand, the game is pretty fun to play because it’s immersive and most of the game mechanics involved in how you gather resources, how you trade resources, and the various pathways in which you can ensure victory are nuanced in a way that’s simultaneously easy to grasp but full of strategy depth. …

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Dec 09

TUMB Banquet Awards Process

I thought it might be a good idea to document the process we use for the TUMB Banquet Awards in an effort to promote transparency and an understanding of how awards are chosen.  The process is something that evolved over the first few years of the banquet but has held steady for the past several …

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