Well, look what happened to Twitter. It’s a good time to re-evaluate my online presence.[Read More]
Putting the Me in Social Media
Generative Art - The Interim Steps
Re: my previous post, there were some questions about the eigenvectors I had created, and what had happened with them when I tried to reconstruc the images.
I’ll attempt to illustrate that here.[Read More]
Generative Art - Failed Experiment 1
I’m taking Andrew Ng’s Machine Learning course on Coursera. At the same time, I’ve been thinking a lot about digital art and creative coding. I decided to try to combine the two.
This is the result.[Read More]
Staffing for HTML5
And now the third installment in the series I have been writing for Sapient Global Markets and posted on Slashdot.[Read More]
Responsive Web Design: Opportunities and Challenges
Slashdot picked up the second installment of my series of HTML5 blog posts I have written for Sapient Global Markets:[Read More]
What We Mean When We Talk About HTML5
I recently wrote a blog post for Sapient Global Markets on HTML5 for the general business audience. It was picked up by Slashdot today:[Read More]
Today is my last day at Genuine Interactive.
Don’t bury the lede, right?[Read More]
How We Built It: MIT REAP
Genuine Interactive recently built a new site for the MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (MIT REAP). We tried some new libraries and architecture for the first time, so let’s take a look.[Read More]
Book Report: Growing Object-Oriented Software Guided By Tests
Using the Revealing Module Pattern