graham.p.heath

graham.p.heath

Hello! My name is Graham Heath, I am 51% nerd 49% visual artist, while an interesting talent it makes me neither the greatest nerd nor the greatest artist. I hope to be a Human Computer Interaction graduate student in the future and then a usability consultant. I consider myself a serious student, but this is an new found designation for a person who did zero pe. Media doesn’t influence my life, it is my life. I wake up and read slashdot.org and hackaday.com. I listen to music in the car or train. I watch TV at home with my family. Interactive media is the bread and butter of my own artistic creativity, being my favorite and most diverse medium by which my art comes to life. Food is also a media that influences my life. For example, I once downloaded a recipe for Japanese Mushroom Risotto and followed the instructions painstakingly. The dish's yield was about 4 servings of creamy perfectly cooked risotto with next to no flavor. I was heart broken. I made the dish again the next night, again with painstaking care. Again no flavor. I sought the answer this time in the wisdom of the internet and learned that the problem was not the risotto, but rather in how I perceived the risotto. Where I was looking for rich full flavor, as a westerner is programmed to do. I should have been more open to what was going on, to delight in the passivity of the flavors, to use my taste to observe the gentle ebbs of flavor. The subtle balance of the dish was its strength. I love The Daily Show, Attack of the Show, South Park, Community, Outsourced, Whitest Kids You Know, The Flaming Lips, Bob Dylan, Nirvana, Beck, The Barenaked Ladies, The Streets, The Decemberists, Slumdog Millionaire, Waking Life, The Matrix, Star Wars 4-7, Pineapple Express, SLC Punk, Hackers, hackaday.com, instructables.com, cc.org, archive.org, slashdot.org, thinkgeek.com, netflix.com,sf.net, Legend of Zelda: Link to The Past, GranTourismo 5, Call of Duty: Nazi Zombies, Fantastic Contraption.

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