Category Archives: Visualization

Not only Pride and Queer Liberation: A Regular Day in Washington Square Park

on June 30, 2022 in Addiction, Nature, Visualization

I posted videos and images the other day After the Pride and Queer Liberation Marches 2022: Washington Square Park wrecked again. I could cry. This morning, I saw the every day wreckage of Washington Square Park and felt I should show it on a regular day. To be fair, I only took pictures of the northwest corner. The rest of the park was covered with poisonous plastic waste, all unnecessary,[…] Keep reading →

After the Pride and Queer Liberation Marches 2022: Washington Square Park wrecked again. I could cry.

on June 28, 2022 in Nature, Visualization

Following up last year’s videos and images of Washington Square Park after the Pride March and Queer Liberation March, Here are videos and images of the park after this year’s marches. Prepare to want to cry or vomit. I can’t see how any one could accept how we are treating each other and nature. It is a statement of our culture at every level. Not one item of trash in[…] Keep reading →

Pride March Preparation: Cops and Garbage

on June 26, 2022 in Nature, Visualization

Readers from last year know my post last year “Pride Destroyed the Park” with images and video of how the Pride March destroyed Washington Square Park with garbage. You may have also seen I spoke this year on the podcast with Sandra Perez, the Executive Director of NYC Pride, who hosts one of the two marches, in particular not the one that ended last year in Washington Square Park. I[…] Keep reading →

The tragic fate of democratizing technology

on May 26, 2022 in Addiction, Freedom, Nature, Visualization

Before the pictures of the fate of democratizing technology, for context, let’s remember that humans lived and thrived for hundreds of thousands of years without even the wheel. Despite our erroneous projections of our fears of what life outside society would be like, our best evidence from history, anthropology, and archaeology tell us they lived with comparable of often higher signs of Health Mental health Diet Stability Equality Longevity Resilience[…] Keep reading →

My sledding hill in May

on May 16, 2022 in Nature, Visualization

I rode my bike from New York to Philadelphia over the weekend (day 1, day 2) and visited my sledding hill this morning. Before the pictures below, you can click to compare Tommy’s Hill in March, less verdant. Here’s a video from last November: My sledding hill in May And below is my sledding hill in May. You’ll notice I couldn’t reach the creek at the bottom as it was[…] Keep reading →

More Pride, Less Pollution in 2022

on April 11, 2022 in Nature, Visualization

As an over twenty-year Greenwich Village resident, I love the Pride Parade. I was on a float in it as an invited participant once. I watch it every year I’m home, though it passes a block from my home, so can’t miss it. In the past decade or so, I’ve become more sensitive to litter and garbage. Last year, I happened to visit Washington Square Park the morning after the[…] Keep reading →

Read about sustainability and me in a Korean-English magazine: 터치 매거진 4월호가 발행되어 보내드립니다.

on April 1, 2022 in Nature, Stories, Visualization

This morning I got an email: 안녕하세요, 봄비 촉촉히 내리는 4월 첫 아침입니다.터치 매거진 4월호가 발행되어 보내드립니다.아래 링크를 클릭하시면 터치 스토리랩 홈페이지와 4월호 매거진으로 이동합니다.지난 한 달 동안 저희가 열심히 준비한 다양한 컨텐츠를 읽어보시고 잠시나마 여유로운 시간이 되시면 좋겠습니다. 이번 달도 저희 터치 매거진을 성원해주시고 많이 읽어주시길 부탁드리며,건강하고 행복한 4월 되시길 바랍니다. 감사합니다. Which translates to Hello, It is the first morning of April when the spring rain is moist.[…] Keep reading →

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