It narrowly beat out “driving a Prius”, “pissing on the sidewalk”, and “being a huge dick every time you get behind the wheel and pulling U-turns in the middle of the fucking block”.
Monthly Archives: July 2009
In the context of how analog interactions tie into human experience and perception, Jared just pointed me to Henri Bergson’s Time and Free Will: An Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness. All I can say is, holy shit. My long-dormant love for philosophy just rocketed so hard to the front of my consciousness that […]
Maybe you’ve already heard, but I recently helped launch Adaptive Path’s new home page. A few of the other kind folks at the office designed it, and I cut it up into its hot-and-buttery front-end code. I used 960.gs for the pixel-perfect CSS grid system, and cooked up some slick back-end code for streaming our […]
And the words are not to be used interchangeably. …just had to get that off my chest.
Life has been wonderful and busy. As a hobby I’ve recently gotten into physical computing, and now properly armed with an Arduino board and a pile of spare parts from Sparkfun and Radio Shack alike I’ve started kinda hacking electronics and building junk. So far I’ve got nothing impressive to show for my efforts, but […]
Drove across the Golden Gate Bridge with Chris and John. Saw houseboats. Saw redwoods. Ate a tasty smoked turkey and pesto sandwich. Hiked around Point Reyes. “Hipsters in the woods.” Ran down a hill leaping off jumps, pretending I was on a dirt bike. Photographed tiny flowers. Saw a quail. Climbed an enormous eucalyptus tree. […]
And you can watch! Wow!