Pittsburgh as a turkey head

I couldn’t help but see the outline of a turkey’s face when looking at a map of Pittsburgh’s myriad neighborhoods.

Original map (public domain)

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That smell

I was walking back from class yesterday when I noticed everything was kinda hazy and there was a strong odor of something burning. I figured either someone was celebrating 4/20 a day late or there was a fire on the west side of town.

By the time I got back to my apartment my clothes were already pretty odoriferous, so I thought I might as well go take a few pictures of whatever it was that was going on.

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I played around with an interesting program called Evolvotron recently. The author of the program, Tim Day, summarizes it as…

an interactive “generative art” application for Linux to evolve images/textures/patterns/animations through an iterative process of random mutation and user-selection driven evolution. (This process is also often referred to as “evolutionary art” or “genetic art”.) If you like lava lamps, and still think the Mandelbrot set is cool, this could be the software for you.

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Gadsden Flag, Reinterpreted

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Shine and Rain

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