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Stung Eye

The eye of the bee holder.

Silent Sky Ontario via APOD

An Inch of Rope

Stung Eye is born again. This is version 3, a lifestream.

This site is now continually (and automatically) generated as I interact with various web services.

I feel so… aggregated.

The site runs on a custom platform that uses CodeIgniter and the Tumblr API. The code is based on a pre-release version of SweetCron. Currently the theme is a slightly tweaked version of the default Tumblr theme. This will change with time.

Various flavours of RSS feeds are available:

The version 2 Stung Eye Archives are still available. I have plans to integrate much of the old non-blog content (sounds, design, programs, words).

If you find any bugs, please let me know. Thank you kindly.

Rhinoceros, 2005, Carsten Höller

The Image Fulgurator is a device for manipulating photographs when they are being taken. The photographer will be unaware. The manipulation is only visible on the photo afterwards.

“Arabic singing bounced around the world in several directions creating what we call popular music, and […] the British Isles were central to this.” — Brian Eno, part of the Bye bye blackboard exhibit (2005) at the Oxford Museum of the History of Science.

Voronoi diagrams are a special kind of mathematical decomposition of a metric space used in a wide range of fields including satellite navigation, animal habitat mapping, and urban planning. They have also been used to algorithmically generate butterfly models.

A tactile map for sightless navigation in Korsør Station. Flickr-hunted after see another tactile map on lemonodor.

Curved Hall in Toronto