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.