Category Archives: Art
Char-Broil is amazing. I’ve been filming on a series for them, and the awesome part about the job is the food. Really is a great grill, and one I plan to purchase. I’ve been sold. They use infrared technology to … Continue reading
_why has a great body of art and code. One of my favorite articles profiles the artist, and tech teacher, but also touches on the Ruby programming community at large. “We need some instant results to give absolute beginners confidence. … Continue reading
IBM transcending mediums, storytelling with atoms. Great video. And here is the instant classic. IBM’s style is so retro-future, always, I like it.
I created a new blog on Tumblr to focus on more technically detailed and oriented posts, while keeping this blog more general. Objective Tech will document my journey to becoming a web developer in greater detail, where I will discuss … Continue reading
Quartz has a good overview on how Netflix continues to grow while giving some context to comparing it to HBO, the Netflix of old media. “The goal is to become HBO faster than HBO can become us,” Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s … Continue reading
Currently I’m reading 10 Print. Well actually the full name of the book is 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10. And it is awesome. The book was written in the form of a private wiki between the ten authors, which … Continue reading
I’ll be going to Dev Bootcamp in August, I’m excited. Actually, excited is an understatement. I was able to visit Dev Bootcamp during my visit to San Francisco a couple weeks ago, which I will post more pictures soon. The … Continue reading
Impressive video, both in sound and visuals. Nice single take. My guess is that they used a stedicam, filmed at 60 frames per second, slowed down to 30 fps, meaning that they had to sing the music at double speed … Continue reading
xkcd on subways: About one in three subway stops in North America are in NYC.