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Science, art, and tools

By | June 3, 2015

Back in the late 1970s, I joined the National Science Foundation as part of a group looking at the implications of technological innovation. The personal computer was just beginning to be deployed, and I was extremely enthusiastic about its potential for creative change. This failed to resonate with the old-line mechanical engineers who were in charge of our… Read More »

New art

By | February 3, 2013

As  you may have noticed, I’ve added a bit of Japanese art as background to this blog. I felt that it looked a little bland and excessively centered. In these days of extreme positions of one sort or another, being in the middle isn’t necessarily a bad thing; however, I think that it’s important to be aware of… Read More »