an altogether higher class of gibbonindex
posted in Computers by Cargo Cult on Sunday October 28 2012
Bonus Computing History Museum corner:
- Museum of Communications - Seattle museum (not far from the Georgetown Steam Plant museum) with vast arrays of ancient telephony, communications and computing hardware. I need to go, with a camera.
- Living Computer Museum - another Seattle computer museum, this time with Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen emptying his attic of antiquated but operational computing hardware.
- Bletchley Park - Alan Turing, Tommy Flowers and friends showing everyone how it's really done.
posted in Links by Cargo Cult on Sunday October 21 2012
Everyone else was busy prancing around with Tumblr, Instagram, Twitpic and the like, so I decided to join in on the fun with my home-made Silicotypes. Needlessly referencing older photographic systems, the defining characteristics of this new, semiconductor-based photography are a distinct lack of context, limited descriptions and metadata, and a burgeoning need to tidy everything up and upload properly to Flickr.
Stream of consciousness photography, pretty much.
As ever, there's yet another RSS feed - and perhaps at some point in the not-too-distant future I'll add commenting and search abilities.
For now, just subscribe to the RSS and watch the inexplicable photography arrive...