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Neither the Fun of VR nor the Insight of Data Viz

I’m back with an update to a bar chart I made a couple months ago.   That bar chart simply took my Github language stats, graphed them in a bar chart, and then prettified the bars on the chart with a wave of timed color change. 176 more words

New Listing: 595 Almond Ave, Los Altos 94022

595 Almond Ave — $2,488,000.

– 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
– 3095sf living space on a 16082sf lot
– Soaring A-frame atrium, Sleek new kitchen, Private/gated property, Sparkling pool. 126 more words

Mark Easterday

Tip: Differing A-frame Heights

By John Reid

At SCoot Dog Agility, we compete in many different venues, all of which have A-frame heights that vary. Because the required height adjustments are not consistent, particularly for small dogs, it has become increasingly difficult to know at what height to set the A-frame. 97 more words

Dog Agility

Push Rounds and Ketschkers, 4 April 2017

After a break from training due to first me being broken and then Merlin grazing his paw, we finally were back at Broads this Tuesday. Running two dogs over the same course is always interesting as it reveals their different strengths and weaknesses, and shows up the areas I need to work on. 287 more words

Team Jackson


Why Virtual Reality?

Immersion is more important than gameplay or graphics – you have to feel you’re inside the experience. It’s not easy to achieve, but it doesn’t require realistic images. 446 more words


MIDI on Mac, WTF (Updated)

Scribbletunes just scribbled my afternoon…

I’m using the Scribbletune MIDI package on NodeJS for a sweet new personal project.  It makes .mid files.  I tried playing one.   547 more words

1154 Cragmont, Berkeley

Our featured home today is another of Wally Reemelin’s trademark A-Frame residences. Reemelin is often credited as one of the originators of the mid-century A-Frame phenomenon and since he was based out of Berkeley, we are fortunate to have quite a few of his homes sprinkled around the East Bay. 51 more words