After I recently made some major updates to my Curriculum Vitae (latin, “course of life”), I went on over to Wordle.net and made a graphic word cloud from all thirteen pages of the document’s content. In the visualization, bigger words represent more frequency of that word in the overall document. Color and position are randomized. […]
I have just completed a major upgrade of my web portfolio!It had not been updated in 7 years (since 2001)!!! I Now have a full decade of concentrated web accomplishments of nearly 100 projects to show: www.michaelgaio.com/portfolio The Flash splash page is also updated in hypercosmic brilliance as well: www.michaelgaio.com
After many months (and after 4 years since my original blog post – “I dream of Informatics“) of seeking out “the perfect” blog platform and design theme, I have finally launched … I’ve imported my previous (somewhat sad and unruly) “blog” from blogger.com, and will also now commence in importing the vast backlog of notes, […]
I have compiled an organized collection of my “photos” from exploring and researching Second Life over the past 2 years, including a comprehensive list of ecological and sustainability initiatives within Second Life: Check this link: http://michaelgaio.com/photos/secondlife
I had a dream fragment last night involving the Odeyssey system — the first home video game console. Background: as I was growing up in the 1980′s I spent many hours and many quarters at the video game arcade. One of my earliest ambitions was to open and own the “coolest” video game arcade. Sometime […]
After about three months in conceptual planning, and a few weeks of production, we are in the final run before hosting the “Bee-In Social” event, and the launch of the Pollen Nation (www.pollennation.org). This event was inspired by the apparent plight of the honey bees … and a great impetus to co-create a […]
The launch of “Mythic System: an Archetypal MultiMedia Harmonic Experience Group” … “Bee All You Can Bee: A Journey to the Galactic Hive” … premiering at the Spectra Ball (www.artsfestsf.org/Spectra.html) at the Regency Hotel in San Francisco.
See a Flash-based map that presents comprehensive information on the importance of biodiversity to human health. This was a joint project with Harvard University’s Center for Health and the Global Environment, the Buckminster Fuller Institute, Free Range Graphics, and myself as the Flash interface designer and programmer. See the Biodiversity map: www.daversitycode.com/earthscope And crack the “(Bio) […]