Monthly Archives: February 2017
Because why should programming, studying and make-outs be the only activities with a prescribed soundtrack? Happy listening!
Our upcoming group project (with Garry, Daniel and Ashley) is about public data, and we talked a lot about wikis and using Processing to engage with the content of Wikipedia, as an example of public data. Anyway, this post is a list of … Continue reading
Everyone knows that humans and computers are good at different things. We’re probably all fairly used to that by now. Most of us have lived through that glorious “wow, computers can do anything, they’re so smart!” phase (some of us less … Continue reading