Monthly Archives: January 2010

On the simulation of man-made rules

Another “Looking Outward” blog post that I’ve written for my studio course with Golan Levin, copied here for posterity. He’s got us all thinking very interesting things about the nature of computation and how we can use it to learn about the world around us. I’d be interested in comments, now that comments are on! […]

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Atoms are the new bits

So says Chris Anderson, in this month’s cover story of Wired. It’s worth reading – he makes a good case for how individual access to tools and manufacturing pipelines will alter the workforce and change how business is done. In typical Chris Anderson style, it’s a bit over-the-top, but also largely correct. Well, if that’s […]

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Comments are now on.

Yep. Not much more to say about that. I think I’ve got my WordPress instance locked down enough to take it. Prove me wrong, spambots, prove me wrong.

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On end-user programming and the nature of art and design

I’ve been writing some weird stuff for my weekly blog entries in Golan Levin’s “Special Topics in Interactive Art and Design” studio. I thought I’d move some of that writing over here as it goes up over there, on the off chance people besides me and my classmates find it interesting. This week, the User […]

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