All posts tagged: "project"

art & code | videos 

12 Jul 02017 | 2 minutes of your time

I’ve jumped in with both my legs and decided to see how far I can push this thing.

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May Spring #PixelThread

I’ve neglected my photography lately. I admit it. I have this amazing camera sitting there and then I try to inspire myself to take more pictures, and it never really works out. The thing is, I always set these strict rules around challenging myself and then I bend them and then it flops and then I stop taking photos… so… fail. But here’s what I’m going to do. May has 31 days. I’m going to take 31 pictures (and post them here, of course). But there are no rules besides this: there needs to be a thread that connects one photo to the next, no matter how tenuous or how elaborately convolutedly explained by me, one photo needs to connect to the next. A palette, a subject, a shape, a mood… whatever. This is not daily. This is not themed. This is not even guaranteed to just be 31 consecutive photos taken and hastily posted on the afternoon of May 31st. It just is me kicking myself gently in the backside to take some photos. Hopefully nice ones.

28 Apr 02017 | photography

art & code | gamer 

24 Aug 02016 | 2 minutes of your time

This is content that is created on-the-fly by the computer based on calculations and randomizations.

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art & code | writing 

7 Jul 02016 | 2 minutes of your time

I really do feel compelled to let you peek behind the curtains a little bit.

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art & code | writing 

30 Jun 02016 | 3 minutes of your time

Thinkdrop (though Claire suggested I call it “KidzNewz”) is a news “explainer.”

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art & code 

27 Jun 02016 | 2 minutes of your time

I’ve been coding, nurturing the dribs and drabs of code into something awesome.

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running | weird & whimsical 

6 Jan 02016 | 3 minutes of your time

Inside on a bike? Give me Netflix or my Kindle, any day.

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photography 

4 Jan 02016 | 2 minutes of your time

Karin is already asking me about 2017.

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Book to the Future: Part III

As I sit down to crack my eighteenth book of the year in this little reading project (with a little more than a third of the year left to finish and a little more than two thirds done the effort) I thought I would just mark the moment. I’ve got three of the remaining eight books queued up, but for the most part I’m just making this up as I go along. There hasn’t been much special about my methods for picking any particular titles … which is fine, I think. But I am open to recommendations: not just of crazy classic or weird science fiction, either. I kinda want someone to say “hey… read this… it’s not something you might have ever picked up on your own, but I liked it.” I know it’s going out on a limb, setting up expectations or letting a little of yourself out of the little cage you’ve built around yourself… but also, it’s just a book. Read on.

books & reading 

23 Jun 02015 | 3 minutes of your time

Go ahead… insert yawn here. I know you’re thinking about it.

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books & reading 

13 Jun 02015 | 2 minutes of your time

Now take it one step further and actually write on it? Yawn… but who does that?

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