TLDR; consumerism = bad, shopping on amazon = bad, impulse buys/black friday = bad… the websites below = good! Like a lot of people, I have concerns about capitalism and globalism in the ways that it has begun to reshape our world. I would say that my concerns are more or less average in their … Continue reading Amazon Alternatives
Trends in bicycle accident-related traffic accidents in the city of Denver, Colorado; from 2012 to 2018. All vector data acquired through the city of Denver’s Open Data Catalogue. Basemap data obtained from Google Maps via QMS in QGIS. The darkened region of the map shows the extent of ‘Denver proper’ that is, the official city … Continue reading Trends in Bicycle Accidents
Maps of Conflicting Views – An Analysis of:‘The Politics of Maps: Constructing National Territories in Israel’by Christine Leuenberger and Izhak Schnell Report Written by: Elaine (Hunt) Wendt Synopsis In the article, The Politics of Maps: Constructing National Territories in Israel, the authors build a perspective of the unique roles that cartographers and mapmaking played in … Continue reading Maps of Conflicting Views – Neoliberal Mapping
By Elaine Wendt I like change. I like returning home to wash my hands and watching the sink turn grey with the day’s dirt coming out from under my nails. It puts me back into perspective, that everyone must do this at some point. Probably rushed and unnoticed most of the time, but it is … Continue reading The Gravity of Nature
Over the last couple of years I have begun writing some of my ideas down in the form of a blog. It started on my art website and mostly related to art-centered ideas and concepts of personal perspective, creativity, finding meaning in life and other such inquiries. The more I wrote, the more I realized … Continue reading Welcome…
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