Posted in May 2012

Code Poem

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A Start

Sometimes I have trouble starting things.  Like blog posts.  Then I watch this and I feel better, though sometimes I still don’t get started.  Sometimes I watch this, feel better, abandon my current project and get started doing something I like more, like reading a book or napping or writing an odd little poem about … Continue reading

Midterm Project

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/mobile Artist’s Statement:  This work is meant to critique and recreate the feel of the POETRY app offered by The Poetry Foundation.  The interface was largely lifted from the app itself, including the relative size of the interface components and the area for displaying poetry.  The text size was kept small on purpose to convey … Continue reading

Do you want to know a secret?

Last night I went to a talk with Frank Warren, creator of PostSecret, a project that invites people all over the world to create postcards with their deepest secrets and then release those secrets by mailing them in for publication on the PostSecret website.  Here’s one example from this week’s secrets: I realized as I … Continue reading