A couple of weeks ago I attended a presentation by Digital Painter Bert Monroy. Bert wrote the first book I ever saw and used about computer art. It was a tips and tricks book for […]
Pretty cool theory to ponder: consciousness is just a conduit, not an actor. Link.
For the last many months, I have been working on ways in which we can get coding / programming into our public schools. I gotta confess: the outlook is dire. I had no idea […]
I will be starting this post and updating it later. I have held off on writing more because there is someone I need to interview, and we have not been able to get in time […]
In the last post, (Part 1) I talked about the loss of studio musician jobs in the U.S. to London as a result of the removal of music education from our schools, the lack […]
Why are so many film and TV producers going to London to record their music soundtracks rather than recording here in the States?
What Galileo’s Church and Today’s Coal Companies have in common
Several years ago I arranged for two of my female web and interactive students to video interview a woman scientist at Caltech. I asked the administrators there if they could line up a couple of […]
Yes, it was one of those science fan nights for me at Pasadena’s Caltech Beckman Auditorium last week. I’ve read most of Freeman Dyson’s books and for years have admired his sensible approach to science […]