Oct 14, 2014

oh btw self launched c-o-r-n.net

Oct 14, 2014
preppin for a new shop vid

preppin for a new shop vid

Oct 14, 2014
new test for up down

new test for up down

Oct 10, 2014

a private twitter

Oct 10, 2014

maybe a small array

Oct 10, 2014

twitter is very powerful for collecting an array of thoughts on a subject. 

Oct 10, 2014

it’s okay to get away with stuff

Sep 29, 2014

trying to think of ways to be net positive. 

Sep 23, 2014

went to the climate march which was like a parade. didnt go to flood wallstreet. probably should have swapped. feeling like the only thing that wil induce awareness radical enough to affect climate chnage is a disaster followed by a regime of climat-o-fascists. or clamato-fascists? 

Sep 23, 2014
another screentest for updown. too fast, obvs. 

another screentest for updown. too fast, obvs. 

Sep 20, 2014
Sep 20, 2014
Sep 20, 2014

The several ways to think of and define a system include:

All the parts of a system must be related (directly or indirectly), else there are really two or more distinct systems A system is encapsulated, has a boundary. The boundary of a system is a decision made by an observer, or a group of observers. A system can be nested inside another system. A system can overlap with another system. A system is bounded in time. A system is bounded in space, though the parts are not necessarily co-located. A system receives input from, and sends output into, the wider environment. A system consists of processes that transform inputs into outputs. A system is autonomous in fulfilling its purpose.

Sep 19, 2014
Sep 19, 2014

timelapse slow motion

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