This is a re-post of something I wrote for another website in April 2016. I don’t do that much 3D printing anymore, but I certainly learned a lot during that time!
I’ve spent the past 5 years building 3D printers and using them to make things. In the process, I’ve found a new career, […]
Jim Power, Mosaic Man
I finally met Jim Power, the Mosaic Man of the East Village. For the past 22 years, and without any official support (read: funding), he’s been decorating the lamp posts of the East Village with elaborate mosaics. This is not just a decorative exercise: the mosaics contain detailed references […]
I saw this robot embedded in the pavement, on 4th Street in Greenwich Village. I’ve also seen one like it on Lafayette, near Astor Place, and other places. What is his story?
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Google Earth has just added a hugely detailed database of 3D buildings to a lot of cities, including New York. Careful examination suggests that they’ve used imagery from their Street View project to fill in a lot of the facades. However, at a broad scale, the results are impressive:
New York from Google Earth
One more video in my ongoing series:
Check out the rest of the daily videos in my One Minute Per Day project.
Fred Wilson at the Web 2.0 name checks ITP, at 4:27. In fact, not only does he mention ITP, he attributes a lot of the interesting aspects of the ‘net business in NY to ITP.
A video used to be embedded here but the service that it was hosted on has shut down.
TV trucks lined up in front of Lehman Brothers headquarters, interviewing anyone they could find coming out of the building.
It’s become a tourist attraction – people from all over the world getting their picture taken in front of the sign.
My friend Nancy Garcia played an outstanding duet with Thurston Moore (of Sonic Youth fame) at the No Fun Festival, on May 16th. I enjoyed the show, and was especially pleased because Nancy played one of my musical instruments, the Rhythmic Synth!
You can hear the synth very clearly in this song…
The No […]
My friends from Tokyo Art Beat have now launched New York Art Beat! I’ve always enjoyed TAB for the convenient way it groups events by medium and location, and the smart lists that keep you posted on upcoming openings (or shows that will soon close).
Don’t just visit – you can contribute to this […]