It never gets old. Thank you for the giggles, Video Game Freedom.
At the end of March, Susan and I exchanged rings, vows, signatures and thumbprints on a beach near to Tulum, Mexico, with eighty-five of our families and friends, plus ‘TriPawd’, the beach’s resident three-legged dog. Thanks to everyone for coming Continue reading Just Married!
Susanna Hertrich has an art / thesis project to artificially stimulate people’s threat perceptions (by giving them goosebumps, or making hairs stand on end) in response to actual threats, as opposed to perceived ones. It’s a topic that I’m unnaturally Continue reading Actual vs Perceived threats (aka People are Crazy)
Had me cackling all over the office. Bloody brilliant.
My lappy sketch lives! on Kamil’s blog title. Har! That was an easy post. No thinking required.
The old tartley.com used to have one of these, so here’s a quickie replacement. It tends to overstate the case somewhat, a single foray across a border floods entire countries. I’d imagine good old Google’s freebie geospatial tools could be Continue reading Countries and US States visited
Announcing the first draft of our white paper, The Case For Forward Error Correction (PDF), outlining many of the revolutionary technical features which we leverage in our current project. I’ll be submitting it for presentation at the proceedings of the Continue reading A Case for Forward Error Correction