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Tweening a vector path in SVG

Tweening a vector path in SVG

I started looking at ways to tween a path, tried to do it with straight svg so I could spend a little time with the format. I got it working. Sort of. Click to see the result: What I learned: It IS possible to tween a path with svg(like a shape tween in flash), but […]

water surface in javascript and canvas

water surface in javascript and canvas

  We were talking about physics libraries and water and performance at work, I decided to mess around with that. I have a single target point that oscillates with increasing velocity, then it dampens back down. The points to the right of the target point all tie into their previous partner’s position at a consistent […]

Logging Measurable Life Events

Logging Measurable Life Events

(These are a few posts from my tumblr about the timeline project – moving them over here so they’re all in the same place. Some of these are WIP that never P’ed.)   When recording measurable experiences in our life, we can categorize events in at least one of three ways: Events in Time The […]

Our Multiple Online Personalities

(These are a few posts from my tumblr about the timeline project – moving them over here so they’re all in the same place. Some of these are WIP that never P’ed.)   Most all of us are not always the same person: I walk around comfortably in my underwear at home, but I would never do […]

Analyzing a Friendship: Part 2 – Using Cold, Clinical Data to Deepen our Relationships

(These are a few posts from my tumblr about the timeline project – moving them over here so they’re all in the same place. Some of these are WIP that never P’ed.) As noted in a previous post, the basis of a relationship is shared experiences. That said, the more information you have about a […]

Context Gives Meaning (or the ‘Fat Chick’ Analogy)

(These are a few posts from my tumblr about the timeline project – moving them over here so they’re all in the same place. Some of these are WIP that never P’ed.) The more we know about someone, the more we are able to understand them. ‘Fat Chick’ Analogy Imagine I show you a picture of a […]

Analyzing a Friendship: Part 1

(These are a few posts from my tumblr about the timeline project – moving them over here so they’re all in the same place. Some of these are WIP that never P’ed.) You have a limited number of relationships/friends in your life. At its core, a relationship is based on two things: shared experiences you […]

Adding a Third Dimension to Your Online Presence

(These are a few posts from my tumblr about the timeline project – moving them over here so they’re all in the same place. Some of these are WIP that never P’ed. NOTE: this was written before FB Timeline so in that context it makes more sense…) I love facebook(insert twitter/linkedin etc). I use it […]

privacy vs. being private

(These are a few posts from my tumblr about the timeline project – moving them over here so they’re all in the same place. Some of these are WIP that never P’ed) Privacy examples: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41082627 Bronk targeted his victims by searching Facebook for women who posted both their e-mail addresses and also personal information such […]

Canvas Particles

Canvas Particles

This is a canvas experiment that turned out pretty:   I started with a 2-color black/white gif which gets loaded into a canvas and hidden. Then i just have particles go to a point and then upon arrival choose a different point. At each iteration i check the current pixel value; if it’s black the […]