Monthly Archives: August 2013

Weeknotes – viewing data

Although I’ve been on holiday this week and spent a fair amount of time in the garden, weeding and getting some Vitamin D via the sun. Anyhow, I’ve been getting more into visualisation for a few potential projects. As I’ve been writing up in another (as yet unpublished) post, I’ve been working with Raphael rather […]

Weeknotes – Scripting and scraping

It has been a while since I last posted a week note, so I thought I would try and get back in the habit. I’ve been involved in glueing together profiling tools to run so that I can have a vaguely generic framework to profile software at the IO level and the CPU level. Shell […]

Of darkened cameras and ghosts

Sometime ago, I was chatting with Alex Butterworth (currently working with Oxford ASPIRE project on the Box of Delights project) as I had bumped him into again by accident. I had recently read Beatrice Hitchman‘s novel Petite Mort or, a little death and had the notion of Pepper’s Ghost in my head. Doing some research, […]