"indecision may or may not be my problem."
that's it. my thesis is printed and signed by my advisor. still hunting for some signatures, but there's no more work to be done, and no changes to be made. i've uploaded the final pdf for your reading pleasure.
please don't point out any typos in the final version. at least not for a while. however, i might re-edit it for a celebratory binding ceremony held later this fall.
compared to the thesis defense, which felt great, this is much more of an anti-climax, not very special. just another night, another printing job. when all is said and done, it's just a pdf, and not a very pretty one to boot. i don't think i changed the face of science. at least i gave it a fair shot.
somehow this pdf doesn't capture the experience quite well.
if you're in southern california, check out time bracketing at siggraph 2007's art gallery. view a print of "stata latin" on display, and get a chance to play with the software that was written to generate the images.
i'll also be giving an art talk entitled "distort/rectify: questioning human perception", on thursday morning.
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