Here's a bunch of stuff I've made, and links to friends and other interesting things.
Hyattsville Astronomy Club's Solar System Gallery
A gallery of our best solar system images, including a recent one of Jupiter processed from video taken in my back yard.
Saturn from Hyattsville, Maryland on 2013-07-17 at 10:16 PM local time.
Stacked from 129 frames obtained by my brother and I using a 3x Barlow on our 254mm Dob, and a Canon EOS Rebel T3i camera in "3x digital zoom video" mode.
If I'd known you were coming, I'd have baked a cake.
|Temple of Doom Rope Bridge|
|Cat Eating a Flower|
My Excellency, George Washington
The Founding Fathers are back, as robots.
DeviantArt page: My assembled visual artwork at DeviantArt.com
Three semiaquatic animals investigate their neighborhood/universe.
My comic strip from the Cornell Daily Sun
Action Puppet Theater #1
A short movie made in partnership with my brother.
Sisko / Benson
An alternate opening sequence for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine with the theme music and titles from Benson
A large raft of sea otters in Monterey Bay, California.
Wolf in Wolf's Clothing, Segment 1
A short animated movie. (Flash Player or Quicktime 4+ required)
TARDIS Roundel Combination Peg-/Bulletin Board
for the style and utility-conscious Time Lord!
Galactic Hitchhiker Towel
I bought two "Prepster" Green bath towels at Target and cut pockets out of one of them. I sewed them into the other, added buttons with button holes, and Presto, a towel to hold my sunglasses and copy of The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.
GATOR-ON, Friend to Wetlands!
Will you be able to save the Florida Everglades from a giant robotic python? Requires a z-code intepreter such as Zoom (Max OS X | UNIX | Windows).
Draws vector-based panels and word balloons of varying rectangularness, plus curved stems and merged ovals. For comics!
An ancient Mac OS Classic game, similar to Surround! for the Atari 2600 console. Works on Mac OS X 10.4 and earlier.
Extensible Stylesheet Language Templates are computer programs for doing assorted cool things with data stored in XML.
Splits out individual tracks from a TCX file exported from Garmin Training Center and a GPS unit. Intended for use in conjunction with tcx2kml.xsl. An alternate solution involving csplit that potentially makes more efficient use of memory can be found here, along with a discussion of the problem.
Makes tiny pictures of the structures of text documents.
A rudimentary framework for modeling and converting amongst various calendar systems. Will post eventually.
A program to solve that awful dinnertime triangle game with the pegs. Now in Scala! Will be demoed and discussed at the April 26 meeting of Scala DC.
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My list of incongruities in the Wizard of Oz.
To this day, the Jasow dropping mechanism remains my single contribution to the world of robotics.
Mac OS X z-code interactive fiction interpreters compared (fairly out-of-date.)
Bahrain Mass Email/Blog: women in law enforcement in the Middle East
The Comics Curmudgeon: a wonderful newspaper comics deconstruction blog
Mary K. Horlick
My Mother chaired Venice, Florida's Architectural Review Board.
My Dad's law office, which my mother Mary K. Horlick designed.
Shani Warner ♥
Grist.org: Punchy post-environmentalism.
Tree of Life: Disclaimer: cladistics are a human invention and do not describe intrinsic properties of nature.
Catalog Choice: Stop unwanted catalogues, hopefully.