Lecture for 'Raising The Bar' Festival + RNZ
Public lecture for Auckland 'Raising the Bar' festival 2019: "I see you like memes? The business of digital surveillance and propaganda." later rebroadcast by Radio New Zealand's Smart Talk. Special thanks to Bamboo Tiger Cocktail Lounge for the lovely venue and beverages as well as my former students at Stanford for the opening anecdote 😂
A cellist and a violinist accompany me on guitar and vocals, making for an unconventional hip-hop string trio.
Before the talking, a picture.
Recursive variation on the Warnsdorff rule to solve closed Knight's tours
2018 interview on Radio New Zealand's Sunday Morning programme.
The code for this project is not hosted on a server, but rather embedded in the link itself using the itty bitty site project.
Concrete casting of poem titled "research" in sidewalk entry to Evanston Pulic Library.
Wit and troubles.
2011 Radio interview about Wikileaks.
A pyramid I designed in the 1990s was republished on pp. 15-17 of this 2012 instructional book. Images of my paper sculptures from the '90s also appear in Origamidō: The art of folded paper (2000) by the same author, Michael G. Lafosse.