Peachtree City

I found this paper languishing online which is a shame it’s really good. I remember flying to the Geo computation conference it was the only time I’ve ever been upgraded to first class. At the conference I experienced a presenters worst nightmare when ┬áthat Alistair accidentally knocked my laptop off the podium and destroyed the screen. Fortunately it was already set up for the presentation and I could still use the video projector with the cracked black screen.

A Spatial Signature of Sprawl: Or the Proportion and Distribution of Linear Network Circuits

Self Portrait

I’ve almost finished the self-portrait that I’m working on for the the second national Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Competition and Exhibition. I was inspired to enter, as my father-in-law, Derek Dalton, a well-known artist, has also entered. It would be amusing if we both made it into the exhibition together! My entry has been an interesting (for me, at least) experiment with laser-cut plywood.

Although, what I’ve found more amusing is how horrific have been the individual layers of the picture, prior to putting them together.

I will upload the final image, when I’ve finished assembling it all!