Monthly Archives: August 2005

Daylighting Simulation Project

In the summer of 2005, I worked in the Solar Calorimetry Lab on simulating the effect of daylighting and the response of a lighting control I installed in the Integrated Learning Center. I simulated everything using the lighting software package … Continue reading

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UberMedia

I just found out about dose.ca today when I was walking by it outside a Union Station news stand. Ironic that I first saw it in print form. Also, I just saw EPIC 2015 because a friend sent it to … Continue reading

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On Playing in God's Theatre

Scene: In what was a perfect setting for philosophical discussion on the universe, I was sitting in my Dad’s backyard with my Dad and brother. I had my telescope set up in front of me, the last of several spontaneous … Continue reading

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On wingpeople

So, I went out to the bar last night with an old female friend of mind. We were both trying, or at least hoping to hook up. NOT with eachother. …although if this was a sitcom I would have woken … Continue reading

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Improv Show Hosting Notes August 9th 2005

The show begins.Music.Audience warm-up – get them to give suggestionsBartender/Waitress/Drink of the Night/Elixir Announcement The Die Game Title of a story. Then, for each death: object from a kitchen Thom KirstinJason Alex Matt Green Cheese. This was a good game … Continue reading

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Goals:

What??!?!?! Three blogs in less than 2 hours? Yes, I know. However, I have a bad history of starting things and not finishing them, or going on to other things. If you want a good example, search “Dustin Freeman” in … Continue reading

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On originality

I’m currently reading “Impro for Storytellers” (where’ s the v?) by Keith Johnstone in an effort to perhaps better my skills and knowledge. And WOW it has opened my mind. Keith Johnstone writes almost exclusively in Socratic dialogue, in a … Continue reading

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In the beginning

In the beginning, god created light, by saying “let there be light”. Later, the electric and magnetic component of this wave split into conveniently understandable behaviours, one supposedly as an aspect of another. Further on, sufficiently intelligent monkies created ways … Continue reading

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