Monthly Archives: April 2009

A Little Help For My Friends.

Just a minor note, more for me than for you. I helped prepare Figure 3 in this article in Mineralia Deposita, and it’s just been published. Over the course of several years, I had the pleasure of working with one … Continue reading

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We Work For Very, Very Smart People.

There’s a big, new project coming to life. (I’ll announce here shortly). It gives some much-needed attention to Meg’s writing, and takes Not Dead to a whole new level. In the meantime, follow the Corporation as it overseas your existence. … Continue reading

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DIY High-Speed Book Scanner from Trash and Cheap Cameras!

I am pleased to announce the release of a major project — complete plans for a high-speed book scanner made from off-the-shelf cameras and salvage. With the help of Aaron Clarke, there is now software to complete the process, too. … Continue reading

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Fargo: Flat, But Cold

Well, actually that’s Moorhead. But the principle holds.

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New Hardware

Some new hardware arrived in the mail today, so I had to go test it. Not art by any means, but still interesting. Warning — clicking on this image will get you a browswer-breakingly huge image, 16213×5050 pixels large. The … Continue reading

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