Supercomputers Get Real

A short online-only article about how supercomputer developers are teaming up with application specialists to make the hardware's power more useful.

Screenshot of the article online
Date of publication: 
Tue, 12/20/2011

Seeing is Not Enough

An article about vision systems that recognize actions, rather than just objects.

First page of article as it appeared in print
Date of publication: 
Sat, 10/01/2011

Making the Internet Safe for Gadgets (video)

A video to accompany this article of the same name. My first solo video production!

Screenshot of the Vimeo version of the video: See description for the full video
Date of publication: 
Sun, 09/22/2013

Making the Internet Safe for Gadgets (article)

An article for CACM about competing technologies to repurpose the Internet's host-centric architecture so it's more appropriate for small, often-mobile devices.

First page of article as it appeared in print
Date of publication: 
Fri, 09/27/2013

Collect Yourself Before You Forget Yourself

An article for CACM online about lifelogging, touching on the related subjects of veillance and "the quantified self".

Article as it appeared on the web
Date of publication: 
Thu, 07/18/2013

Drupal in Context column: "Getting Help"

A column for Issue #5 of "Drupal Watchdog", a print magazine distributed at DrupalCon Portland.

Article as it appeared in print
Date of publication: 
Mon, 04/01/2013

Overcoming the Uncanny Valley

A feature article about the perceptual gap between images of real human faces near-human representations.

Abstract: "What makes some near-human characters scary while others are merely laughable? More important, why do some human and humanlike characters fail to arouse our sympathy? Visual artists and roboticists face these questions as they seek to alternately frighten and endear. Recent attempts to create accurate human replicas have brought these questions to the fore with increased urgency."

First page of article as it appeared in print
Date of publication: 
Wed, 07/02/2008

Keynote from DrupalCamp Western NY

Keynote presentation from the inaugural two-day event, "DrupalCamp Western NY" in Buffalo, 14 October 2011. The event's theme was "Hello, Universe", so I riffed on how the Drupal community is growing (beyond the more common "Hello, World"), and how its culture will inevitably change as a result. Video by Stephen Rosenthal, http://caramaxstudio.com. Appearance sponsored by Acquia; at the time I was that company's Content and Communications Director.

Still frame from Buffalo presentation
Date of publication: 
Sat, 10/15/2011

PLACEHOLDER: Writing before 2005 (except books)

A list of my published writing from 1994-2005, totaling maybe 200,000 words, is at http://old.tgeller.com/writing/past-writing/. I hope to eventually incorporate those works into the rest of my portfolio.

Screenshot of the website holding my pre-2005 writing
Date of publication: 
Sat, 01/01/2005

Evaluating Government Funding

Abstract: "A presidential report asserts the value of U.S. government investments in the cross-agency Networking and Information Technology Research and Development program and specifies areas needing greater focus."

Article as it appeared in print
Date of publication: 
Tue, 02/01/2011


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