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Information Theory

Compression — “Most of us deal with data compression on a daily basis, but what is it and how does it work? Professor David Brailsford introduces compression with regards to text and pictures.” 152 more words


Too Much (2015)

Abandoned Farm — Western New York

I cannot overstate how much accumulated stuff there was in this barn – complicating my thought process on exactly what to shoot. 43 more words


Bucket List (2015)

Abandoned Farm — Western New York

Perhaps it’s not your bucket list or mine, but it was somebody’s at one point a long time ago… 19 more words


Chaos 3 (or infinite generation 2 ormooralgebraicnumbirds)

On order and dis uhther shit

haiku too:
one generates
(every- all- any- some- thing)
the integers.

Entropy, you are:
endlessly encumbering. 7 more words


Chapter 7: Fragments of Time and Space

On his way home that night, Victor Murphy was followed by a dog. He couldn’t tell what breed it was but he was huge and gave him quite a fright. 11,696 more words


Forgotten Youth (2015)

Abandoned Farm — Western New York

In the darkness waits this vintage Schwinn bicycle, parked so very carefully by its former owner who has long since left their youth behind, never to return. 20 more words


Fascinatingly Horrible, a Painful and Awe-Inspiring Truth, and a Silent Witness

I’ve often wondered when it comes to abandoned cars- why this particular dying place?

I find entropy fascinatingly horrible. Part of me doesn’t want to watch the process of death, decomposition and/or decay, but at times I am almost compelled to do so, because there’s also a strange and captivating beauty in it. 434 more words