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Silent Sky Ontario via APOD
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An Inch of Rope

Stung Eye is born again. This is version 3, a lifestream.

This site is now continually (and automatically) generated as I interact with various web services.

I feel so… aggregated.

The site runs on a custom platform that uses CodeIgniter and the Tumblr API. The code is based on a pre-release version of SweetCron. Currently the theme is a slightly tweaked version of the default Tumblr theme. This will change with time.

Various flavours of RSS feeds are available:

The version 2 Stung Eye Archives are still available. I have plans to integrate much of the old non-blog content (sounds, design, programs, words).

If you find any bugs, please let me know. Thank you kindly.

2008-07-28 17:30:00

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Rhinoceros, 2005, Carsten Höller
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The Image Fulgurator is a device for manipulating photographs when they are being taken. The photographer will be unaware. The manipulation is only visible on the photo afterwards.
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“Arabic singing bounced around the world in several directions creating what we call popular music, and […] the British Isles were central to this.” — Brian Eno, part of the Bye bye blackboard exhibit (2005) at the Oxford Museum of the History of Science.
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Voronoi diagrams are a special kind of mathematical decomposition of a metric space used in a wide range of fields including satellite navigation, animal habitat mapping, and urban planning. They have also been used to algorithmically generate butterfly models.
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A tactile map for sightless navigation in Korsør Station. Flickr-hunted after see another tactile map on lemonodor.
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Curved Hall in Toronto