A diptych painted with acrylic on a maple board.
Reliable sources have finally confirmed that the blog is dead. So let’s look back and pay respect to the memory of Blogging.
This site does not have a way for readers to post comments under each article. And I plan not to implement a comment section. Instead, now Parallel Transport accepts webmentions, so you can write and publish responses on your own place on the web and link it back to the original article here.
haiku on photography and fleeting moments.
Euclidean space is a familiar setting for which we have a lot of visual intuition. Cartesian coordinates help make those visuals more concrete, and will also help us think about spacetime in an analogous way.
An attempt at a six-word story
Thoughts on the rebirth of a 20-year old web browser.
This site has been around, in one form or another, since 2006. It started out on GooglePages, then Google Sites, then moved to Blogger and finally a couple of months back I decided to move it to my own domain, along with a complete reworking of the site. That’s the when and here is the why and how of the new Parallel Transport.
Water colour painting of Warsaw’s guardian Mermaid.
Typographic rendition of Invictus by William Ernest Henley
haiku about life and games