Even though I’ve been a member of Github since 2010, I never had any repos of my own up. But now, I have my very own project! TEI to PDF is the code I wrote to turn the 2013 Digital Humanities abstracts into a nice looking book/PDF. The code is really just a bunch of […]
I am no good at keeping resolutions, but I like the idea of having some kind of goals to aspire to. Inspired by the blog post (2013) 52 Things in 52 Weeks and the 2014 edition, here are some things I will try to do. I will be pretty happy if I complete half this list! […]
I can’t stop taking pictures of the sky, even though there are already a gazillion pictures out there. I won’t let that stop me in the future, either.
Houses from the sketchbook. I am obsessed with houses lately. How they are laid out, their relation to each other, the planning of communities.
This was one of the best walks I’d taken in quite a while. It was over 6 miles – from my house to wilderness park and back via the Salt Creek Levee trail. The weather was perfect and Oogie was pretty good too. Sometimes when Oogie poses he hides behind things. This trail is slated […]
A few sunsets from 2013. I’ve tried to arrange my evening walks with Oogie so I could be somewhere with a good view at sunset, but I didn’t usually succeed. This was taken out the car window on the way back from Omaha while over the Platte River. This one was taken by the Arena.
Sketchbook images. I love drawing circles.
When I was creating this new site, I debated quite a bit about whether I would use WordPress or Drupal. If you’d asked me 6 months ago, I would have immediately said “WordPress, duh!” but since then I have used Drupal for a project and was pretty surprised at how flexible it is. There are […]
I’ve been feeling a bit dragged down by my website for a while now. I actually had three websites: art.nirak.net (formerly free-artwork.com) for my artwork, space.nirak.net (formerly os-agnostic.com) for my random home and non work related writings, and nirak.net for… mostly work related stuff. When I was in school, I used nirak.net to blather on […]
Fall is my favorite time in wilderness park. There’s still lots of leaves, but it is cool enough the bugs aren’t out in force. It’s not as muddy as it usually is in spring, and all the leaves on the ground are lots of fun to play in. Over the summer we have been working […]