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This post builds on the the already well documented concepts outlined in this blog post to provide additional details for a Snow Leopard, and handle some additional configurations for the 64-bit kernel. The previous post explains in detail how these technologies work, and provides screen shots to guide you in your configurations.

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http://thespringweddingshow.com An innovative project conceived as a walk in the park. (Pulling it off was another story). Working with Brooklyn-based designers Mélngerie, and Toronto-based animators 3Di, and featuring a soundscape by composer Nicholas Longstaff, the project is a time-limited online wedding tradeshow. The interface promotes exploration and discovery by creating a whimsical lanscape, while simultaneously [...]

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I’ve been working with a really fantastic organization, Techsoup Canada, on helping them launch their new site. They do really amazing work connecting non-profits and Charities to technologies that they might otherwise not afford. Techsoup Global was founded in 1987 by a couple of guys in a station wagon, who went around collecting all the [...]

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As of November, I’m a tenant at the Centre for Social Innovation, located at 215 Spadina Avene. It is a really great organization with which I’ve felt an affinity for a while now. After my residency at the CFC Media Lab, I decided to freelance, encapsulating my consultancy as the entity Ideograph. Working from home [...]

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This is the blog of Andrew Mallis, a Toronto-born, San Francisco-based polymedia artist. I work in new(er) media with code, photography and electronics, and in traditional media by writing, drawing & painting.

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