Lem Fugitt has a nice robotics blog, and found my pictures of Robogames 2005. He nicely linked from his blog, so I thought I’d return the favor while tooting my own horn. His blog is cool too, wander around. Robot Dreams
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Andrew noticed my name in the credits for The Incredibles. Woohoo! I’m famous! Note: I actually have two listings in the credits.
Steve Ivy over at redmonk.net sent me a few questions by email, and nicely presented my my answers as a Sitelight: his own way of highlighting blogs which he thinks are cool. I kind of liked the questions, and am not sure I’ve gone over some of this stuff before, so go surf on over […]
While after about five yesterday I was trying to sleep off my miserable cold+headache, I noticed that I got an increase of traffic from this podcasting article. How much of a boost? Well, it’s visible on my daily visits graph, which I reproduce to the right. If you are one of the 200+ who visited […]
Well, thanks to Ruth Meers at podcast.net, yours truly was interviewed briefly by Matthew Fordahl, an AP Tech reporter. The article is a fairly typical one giving a reasonable but not very exciting view of the history and scope of existing podcasting effort. But from my vantage point, it includes one major advantage: it has […]
Lisa Williams has done it again. She’s created a nice little four (closer to five, actually) minute video that will tell you all you need to know to begin to listen to podcasts. Try checking out: Learning The Lessons of Nixon > 4 Minutes About Podcasting Oh, and she kindly lists me in the credits! […]
While testing MSN Search using my name, I found Topics in Animation: The Pinscreen in the Era of the Digital Image which includes a reference to my public domain raytracer. Who knew?