Category Archives: Media

Another Video for Radio Shack: DIY Time-Lapse

Here’s another in the series of Radio Shack DIY videos I’ve been working on. This one is about building your own intervalometer (a device that controls the shutter of a camera for shooting time-lapse). Update: The full build instructions are … Continue reading

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Vote for “A History of the Sky” for the Vimeo Festival + Awards

Update: Voting has ended so the voting links no longer work. Thanks to all those who voted! My time-lapse project, A History of the Sky, has been shortlisted in the “experimental” category of the 2012 Vimeo Festival and Awards. If … Continue reading

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Some Press

I got a bit of coverage for some of my time-lapse projects lately. The Atlantic, KQED’s Climate Watch, and The Bay Citizen did write-ups on my History of the Sky project, and I did a phone interview with, which … Continue reading

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Videos for Radio Shack and Popular Mechanics

My friend Meredith and I hosted these online videos for Radio Shack and Popular Mechanics. Each one features a different DIY project:

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“Atari Punk” Radio Shack Ad

The October issue of Popular Mechanics just hit the stands, with the next in the series of Radio Shack ads I’ve been working on: This one describes how to build an “Atari Punk Console”—a simple DIY analog synthesizer. See also: … Continue reading

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Blinkybugs in Popular Mechanics

This is the first in a series of “advertorial” pieces that I’m writing for a Radio Shack campaign, appearing as two-page spreads in Popular Mechanics over the next few months. The first one is just hitting newsstands now, and is … Continue reading

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