Maps. I recently presented the work I've been doing on rendering nautical charts with the Tegola vector tile server at Maptime SF/Oakland.
Arts. I was successful in my application to the Bay Area Video Coalition's Preservation Access Program! This grant'll subsidize the preservation of old camcorder-based projects, including Gutterball and documentation of a few events in the Jacking In: A Cyberspace Literacy Series I ran at Modern Times Bookstore in the early 1990s.
Long Tone Choir performed Spring at the Center for New Music in April. The Cornelius Cardew Choir will perform at the annual Garden of Memory walk-through event at the Chapel of the Chimes in celebration of the Summer Solstice.
Always looking for new projects/opportunities; please be in touch.
Kenter Canyon Farms
November saw the launch of a completely redesigned and much-expanded site for Kenter Canyon Farms, a Southern California family farm that grows organic lettuces & greens, herbs, and fruits & vegetables. The site, built using Jekyll and ZURB Foundation, overflows with detailed and delicious recipes–believe me, I photographed and tasted them all–alongside a sampling of press from throughout their history and an interactive map showing the locations of the farmers' markets and retail locations where their produce is sold.
September brought the launch of a completely redesigned site for Roan Mills, a farmer/miller/baker/pasta maker based in Southern California. The site, which I built using Jekyll and ZURB Foundation, provides descriptions of each of those four Roan Mills initiatives and presents a full catalog of their product offerings, alongside recipes, press, and a map showing the locations of the farmers' markets where they sell as well as their soon-to-be-open bakery. I had the excellent good fortune to be able to photograph (& taste through) all their products and recipes.
Hello Tegola, or, Let's Talk about Your Vector Tile Geostack
A Nod to Passion
Megabytes at Kilofeet: The Telluride Ideas Festival and InfoZone
I knew something was up when, in September 2014, some old friends contacted me about a period of time long past. Turned out they were both drafting contributions to a volume entitled Social Media Archeology and Poetics, edited by Judy Malloy, another old friend. The MIT Press brought it out in August 2016 and, being under the impression I get namechecked in the Community Networking section, I decided to dust off an article I wrote after returning from the Telluride Ideas Festival in July 1993. It resided on the WELLgopher for many years and came out on paper, lightly edited, in Fringe Ware Review #3 (ISSN 1069-5656).