The anonymous images are haunting and a little eerie.
They remind me of the ghostly portraits printed on ceramic ovals on my ancestor's tombstones in Toronto's Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
As the autumn wind seeps through the windows into my room, I think about the long days ahead, staying inside with mugs of tea and chipping away at my dissertation.
I am halfway there, but feel like the end is a million miles away.
I had to learn two very different data models and map from one to the other. I would hesitate to use it as a platform for a more fully featured dating site until I’d reviewed the alternatives.
Adaptive's indoor and outdoor network-ready led message displays and billboards have revolutionized the way companies communicate with their customers and employees.
Regardless if you are a business owner or you are looking for groups of friends with similar interests, this is the place to be.
What better distraction than to see what's going on down the street?
Fellow Canadian Jeremy Bailey (of the wondrous 640 480 collective) is showing at HTTP Gallery, a five-minute jaunt from my new house in North London.