Download the file created in this post here: pil_example.py The Origin Have you ever marveled at the sheer number of pixels and colors that modern cameras can capture? Particularly phone cameras – they capture so much detail. I’m always surprised reviewing pictures from my phone’s camera on my computer, because they always appear so much… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: August 2012
Carl Sandburg Languages There are no handles upon a language Whereby men take hold of it And mark it with signs for its remembrance. It is a river, this language, Once in a thousand years Breaking a new course Changing its way to the ocean. It is mountain effluvia Moving to valleys… Read more »
Under the Harvest Moon by Carl Sandburg Under the harvest moon, When the soft silver Drips shimmering Over the garden nights, Death, the gray mocker, Comes and whispers to you As a beautiful friend Who remembers. Under the summer roses When the flagrant crimson… Read more »
A lazy Sunday afternoon in Mission Dolores park, reggae band jamming, everybody dancing, life is good.
A short video from my last car trip through the Salt Lake City I’ve come to know… Music: Blind Melon – Soak in Sin Video made with 8mm app for iPhone Me and Salt Lake City… it’s complicated. When I first visited Salt Lake City, it was 2006, and I was working through… Read more »
Files used in this post: multi_parallel.html myrandedata.csv myrandudata.csv myrandndata.csv In this post, I’m going to show you how I created the following D3 script, which loads 3 files filled with random 4-element vectors (each file samples random numbers from a different random number distribution – normal, exponential, or uniform) and plots them on a parallel… Read more »
Who wants 20 bucks? Too late, missed your chance. Who wants this? It’s a coupon for 100 likes on your next Facebook status update. How about this one? It’s a coupon that will guarantee your next tweet on Twitter will get retweeted 200 times. Or this one? This guarantees 50 people will write on your… Read more »