Well, I guess this is the closest thing I have to a “brand update”. I’m pretty happy with this, though!
I’m happy to announce my upcoming gallery, Picked Apart, which focuses on: fear. It is a combination of ideas about surreal art mixed together with transgressive representations. My goal is to focus on representing mental instability and depravity. If it makes me uncomfortable and upsets me, then it’s one for the gallery.
After many years of artistic dormancy, I’m excited to announce a new art project focusing on an entirely new technique and focus, built entirely on surrealism.
Having feelings for you is the most frustrating thing sometimes. It’s not just that I think you’re physically gorgeous, you are, but it’s your personality too. We’ve spent over a year living together, and honestly, I’ve come to truly love everything about you. You’re a beautiful person, and, in so many ways, everything I hope […]
I unblocked you on Facebook today. Looked at your pictures. In a way, it still hurts. It will always hurt at least a little bit, in the way that touching the sharp end of a razor too hard can hurt. You’re married now, and you have a child. In this respect, I am very happy […]
The social web can be a wonderful thing; it connects billions of people together from all over the world. However, problems arise as these social networks continue to grow larger and larger, but the question is, do they have to?.
I was interviewed recently by libertarian media personality Adam Kokesh, host of online show Adam vs the Man. In this episode, we talked about Diaspora, the state of the fediverse, the surveillance apparatus, and the innate desire of users to have some control over their social experience online.
A little while ago, I purchased Agile Web Development With Rails, Fourth Edition, and I’ve been meaning to use this book to sharpen my understanding of Rails. Currently, I’m about 30 pages in, and I’m going to press myself to finish this book and start working on some hobby projects.
Thoughts on how different communities develop their own unique identities, and how decentralization can create new subcommunities within them.
Whether you’d like to admit it or not, the technology industry is undergoing a rapid paradigm shift from traditional desktop computing to mobile platforms that are growing increasingly restrictive. The embrace of an appified mobile web has made for a lucrative business model for numerous startups, but these platforms are, by design, problematic in regards to user freedom and privacy.