*This is something I wrote back in 2010, and I just found while going through my files. I thought it was still relevant, and a good first post for a new year. I cleaned it up and added some pics and links and … Continued
An empty city. The sky was a twisted ribbon of blue high above, bound in by the thickly packed buildings. Ladders, thin stairways, and lashed together scraps spread up and down the walls like lichen. The makeshift structures filtered out most … Continued
In the early days of commercial digital graphics and design, resolution was a strong limiting factor. The detail available to the designer depended on the computing power of the intended end product, which could range from a mass-produced consumer item … Continued
One of the first people to be recognized as a “computer artist” was Charles Csuri. He began creating imagery and animations using computers in 1964. He worked on government-sponsored research projects into computer graphics for over 22 years, and the … Continued
The modern computer has roots going back to ancient Sumeria, where the abacus was developed around four and a half thousand years ago. The concept of condensing large numbers into layers and representing them with small movable beads (or bits) … Continued
An article I researched and wrote, regarding the sociological dynamics of user-equipment relationships among different populations of outdoor recreation enthusiasts.
This is an article I researched, photographed, wrote, and laid out.