Author Archives: Ray
I’ve also been reading a lot about maps, cartography, GIS, and geography. Here are some recent reads: GIS Fundamentals by Paul Bolstad A great introduction to the technical aspects of GIS, spatial data, and spatial analysis. How to Lie with … Continue reading
I’ve been talking online GIS classes from Humboldt State University recently, and really enjoy them. Here are some maps from my assignments. I’ve learned a ton about spatial analysis, projections, basic cartography, ArcGIS, and also a lot about the geography … Continue reading
Until I resume, here is an Icelandic waterfall…
I recently got an email from LinkedIn saying that I am in the top 5% of most viewed profiles… out of 200 million profiles. Therefore, I am in the good company of 10 million other profiles. The real lesson … Continue reading
I found out about Insert Disc, a gem of an art show / project, at the Museum of the Moving Image, via Rhizome. You take a blank DVD-R (which I had to buy specifically for this venture out to … Continue reading
Yayoi Kusama exterior take over of Louie Vuitton midtown New York flashship store.
Pre-dating the Android mascot by 20+ years is this Keith Haring work, currently on display at the Brooklyn Museum.
I had the fortune in participating in the Find the Future event, which was part of the on-going Celebrating 100 Years exhibition and series of events marking the century-old Main Branch of the New York Public Library. I spent 12 … Continue reading
Today was the second of three sessions of Introduction to Synthetic Biology, given at Genspace. Going great to so far, considering that I haven’t taken a biology class since high school. We’ve been learning how to create bacteria that smells like bananas. Seriously. There … Continue reading