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I’ve moved this article to my new “maker” blog at Vixen Labs. Go read it there!

I’ve moved this article to my new “maker” blog at Vixen Labs. Go read it there! My goal is to have made at least one tiki mug for my home tiki bar, by the end of the year. I’ve been poring over Tiki Central’s forums to learn more about the process. I have also picked […]

I’ve moved this article to my new “maker” blog at Vixen Labs. Go read this article there, or the whole series! I’m controlling everything in this project with a Raspberry Pi 2, a system on a chip. Essentially it’s a really tiny Linux computer that you can use for most anything you could use a […]

I’ve moved this article to my new “maker” blog at Vixen Labs. Go read this article there, or the whole volcano series! I’m gonna build a volcano. Movies are a huge passion in my life, so of course I have a screening room (which most other people would probably call a “home theater”) in my […]

I’ve applied to get a table in Artist Alley at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle next year, for my VFX podcast, The Optical. So, before I helped my good friends at AAlgar Productions pack up their table this year, I took some measurements. Assuming I get the table, I plan to have an overhead display […]

I was digitizing some old VHS tapes, and came across this. I’m guessing I’m about three years old, and I’m bringing a bowl of water to my grandparents’ dog, Silva. Shot on 8mm film by my Grandpa (Lawrence C. Swenson). It’s not much, but as far as I know, it the only moving image of […]

I’m not sure exactly how I came into having these poster images, but reading on DigiBarn, it looks like they may have been designed by Marcin Wichary (perhaps this gentleman?) to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Macintosh. You can download the entire set of 14 posters as PDFs, suitable for printing up poster-sized.