Sunday 12 April 2009 — This is 14 years old. Be careful.
I’ve never met Jim Flanagan, but I’ve followed his shadowy trail across the internet for some time. Every year or so, it shifts, and I lose the scent. Then he re-appears to comment on a post of mine, and I pick it up again. I’m always glad when I do.
- Aldo Cortesi’s static 2d visualizations of sorting algorithms. Aldo doesn’t like the dynamic nature of animated visualizations, and shows us what good-old 2D can do. Instructive and pleasing, and reminiscent of things I have done.
- Jared’s Cube, a laser-cut wooden construction that is both simple and mesmerizingly complex (or is it complex and mesmerizingly simple?). Jared Tarbell is one of the founders of etsy, and seems to have a lot of fun with laser cutters.
I love the way phrased the introduction, though. Very nice image.
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