Super excited that my github sponsors page/profile is now live. I only have a $1 tier, for now. I still have to figure out what tiers make sense for my projects.

github.com/sponsors/KristinHen

Oh wow! I just got approved for the Github Sponsor Beta. This could really change how I share my code. Will take me a little while to figure out the system and get all set up.

A little breathless right now. wow.

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I rendered a video of my current data art piece Data Meditations: an Abstract Koi Pond. It's posted on my Patreon. I developed this using javascript, canvas, data, and a little #d3 for csv handling. #dataviz #data @codame@twitter.com @Lets_Reimagine@twitter.com patreon.com/posts/public-video

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I rendered a video of my current data art piece Data Meditations: an Abstract Koi Pond. It's posted on my Patreon. I developed this using javascript, canvas, data, and a little for csv handling.

patreon.com/posts/public-video

Do I know anyone out there with experience working with ?

Looking for advice on managing design docs in version control. I found CouchDB Bootstrap, but I’m not sure if the project is still active. I’ve had trouble finding anything written recently with recommendations for structuring CouchDB projects.

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I'm excited for the debut of my Data Art installation "Data Meditations: an Abstract Koi Pond" at Github headquarters. Don't forget to get your tickets to "ART+TECH FESTIVAL 2019『 SPACE 』 " eventbrite.com/e/arttech-festi

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harvestheart :
10/4/2015
Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project
Tonopah, Nevada, USA
38°14′N 117°22′W
The Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Project near Tonopah, Nevada powers up to 75,000 homes during peak electricity periods. So how does it work? The project uses 17,500 heliostat mirrors to collect and focus the sun’s thermal energy to heat molten salt flowing through a 540-foot (160 m) tall solar power tower. The molten salt then circulates fro…

migurski.tumblr.com/post/18830

Today's official prompt is 'overgrown', so I'm going with a simple branching fractal for my drawing.

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This Data Art piece is really starting to come together. I'm excited to debut it's installation at the @codame@twitter.com festival later this month. It's amazing how a piece can evolve and develop over time.

codame.com/projects/data-medit

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