I got back some photos from a spatial history of computing
, which went swimmingly. Liv Ames sent me these great shots:
And Aaron Caley posted a nice set on Flickr, which includes “The best picture of bikes. ever,” and a lot of other great shots including these two:
People keep expressing their dismay at missing the ride, so I’m planning on doing a few more. Get a group together and let’s go! Or let me know you’re interested and I’ll email you when someone else puts a group together.
Last week I put the finishing touches on Molly McIntyre’s brand new portfolio page. Check out those crazy paper cuts and sweet animations!
It’s built on Stacey, which I’ve grown quite fond of.
Photos from September have been posted to the photo blog. It was a slow month, but I snapped a few.
I take a lot of photos, but I’m not always so good about sharing them. So I started a new photo section on my website: nicklally.com/photos/. I’ve uploaded photos from January through June of 2012 and I will continue updating the page about once a month. I will also begin digging through the archives and posting some older ones.
Above photo by Aaron Caley
Raw footage of OPD shooting tear gas, bean bag rounds (green flashes) and flash bang grenades at Occupy Oakland protestors on the January 28th move-in day:
And some photos of the debris left over after the street cleared out:
The green thing is a bean bag.
On Saturday I rode in a super fun, super tough bike race in Santa Cruz which included tons of dirt riding, fire roads, singletrack, a river crossing, redwood forests, big hills, fence hopping and beers with friends in the woods, ending on a remote beach up the coast. It was was one of the best days I’ve had on a bike. Here’s a photo by richardmasoner
who got some great shots of the river crossing:
Here are some photos from a recent bike ride, Sacramento <–> Lake Tahoe:
I flew to Paris last month for the Digital Methods & Migrations Workshop. I’m leaving Paris today, on my way to London and then back home on the 20th. Here are some snapshots from my trip, including a trip to the countryside and to Barcelona:
I have work in the Invisible Ingredient show at Rock Paper Scissors through July 24th. I installed 19 photos (which are all up on my new Flickr page), a wall mural (entitled “Daybreak”) based on sensor data visualizations and three large data visualization prints (not pictured).