2015-05-25 2 min read



With the help of an awesome group of NYC friends, Zach and I built 1100 mechanical assemblies for The Public Radio this weekend. Which is crazy for like ten reasons, but there you go.

I spent most of last week doing 3D printing stuff in California, which was awesome. There's so much stuff happening! And I get to be a part of it. Pretty cool.





Stuff that doesn't fit into my dumb/arbitrary categories.

  • This week I played with my uncle's HP-01, a calculator watch from the 70s.
  • Lenna is the name of a photograph (originally from Playboy) that's commonly used as an example for image processing.
  • It's probably worth knowing (for me, at least) what a combined cycle engine is.


Gratuitous photos of people building a thing I helped design.

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