Practical parallelism   
A new system dubbed Fractal achieves 88-fold speedups through a parallelism strategy known as speculative execution. Courtesy of the researchers (edited by MIT News) Click for a full size image   Practical parallelism New system enables large speedups — as much as 88-fold — on common parallel-computing algorithms. Larry Hardesty The chips in most modern ...
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          Comment on Why Modern Architecture sucks by Katherine   
I love this! Thank you so much. I am going to read the whole thing. The comments on fractals are wonderful insights. I have always been mesmerized by tiles, especially the patterns on ceramics. The idea that ornament, subdivision, orderly patterns, subdivisions, etc. are mathematical concepts made visual is brilliant. Of course. The author provides a simple and credible insight as to why this is so. Why people are simultaneously excited and calmed---stimulated in a positive way--- by such designs and by "good" architectural settings. Katherine
          Comment on Why Modern Architecture sucks by Anonymous   
Nikos Salingaros has a very readable article titled Architecture, Patterns, and Mathematics here: http://www.emis.de/journals/NNJ/Salingaros.html Below are a few excerpts to illustrate what it's about, including some amazing brayings by a certain Adolph Loos and Le Corbusier himself. […] Before the era of mass education, and for a great many people still today, architectural patterns represent one of the few primary contacts with mathematics. Tilings and visual patterns are a "visible tip" of mathematics, which otherwise requires learning a special language to understand and appreciate. Patterns manifest the innate creative ability and talent that all human beings have for mathematics. The necessity for patterns in the visual environment of a developing child is acknowledged by child psychologists as being highly instrumental. One specific instance of traditional material culture, oriental carpets, represent a several-millennia-old discipline of creating and reproducing visual patterns. A close link exists between carpet designs and mathematical rules for organizing complexity [6,7]. A second example, floor pavements in Western architecture, is now appreciated as being a repository -- hence, a type of textbook for its time -- of mathematical information [8]. […] We are interested here in what happened in the twentieth century. The Austrian architect Adolf Loos banned ornament from architecture in 1908 with these preposterous, unsupported statements: "The evolution of culture is synonymous with the removal of ornament from utilitarian objects. ... not only is ornament produced by criminals but also a crime is committed through the fact that ornament inflicts serious injury on people's health, on the national budget and hence on cultural evolution. ...Freedom from ornament is a sign of spiritual strength." [13] This hostile, racist sentiment was shared by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier: "Decoration is of a sensorial and elementary order, as is color, and is suited to simple races, peasants and savages.... The peasant loves ornament and decorates his walls." [14] Thus they condemned the material culture of mankind from all around the globe, accumulated over millennia. While these condemnations may seem actions of merely stylistic interest, in fact they had indirect but serious consequences. The elimination of ornament removes all ordered structural differentiations from the range of scales 5mm to 2m or thereabouts. That corresponds to the human scale of structures, i.e., the sizes of the eye, finger, hand, arm, body, etc. In the Modernist design canon, patterns cannot be defined on those scales. Therefore, modernism removes mathematical information from the built environment. Looking around at twentieth century buildings, one is hard-pressed to discover visual patterns. Indeed, their architects go to great lengths to disguise patterns on human scales that are inevitable because of the activities in a building; they arise in the materials, and as a consequence of structural stability and weathering. […] Architects complain that new buildings are bad because they are cheap and tacky; implying that they could be improved by a more generous budget. One hears that: "the reason beautiful buildings cannot be built today is because of the high cost of materials and workmanship". This statement is belied by the wonderful variety of folk architecture built the world over using inexpensive local materials. Architecture is about creating patterns and spaces; a preoccupation with materials only obscures more important issues. It is perfectly possible to build mathematically-rich structures on any budget, by applying the timeless rules derived by Alexander and elaborated by this author. New buildings are usually bad -- in particular, those with a big budget --because they are generated by a negative set of mathematical rules [1,10]. […] Modernist architects took the rectangular geometry of classical architecture, but eliminated subdivisions and subsymmetries (i.e., columns, cornices, fluting, and sculptural friezes). By explicit stylistic dictate, modernist architecture has no fractal properties, and that is one reason why it appears unnatural [20]. Traditional architecture, on the other hand, including that in a Classical style, tends to be explicitly fractal. Fractal subdivisions and scaling can be found in buildings of all periods and styles, and that crucial characteristic divides contemporary architecture from much of what has been built before. The exceptions are those older buildings wishing to disconnect from the pedestrian, usually in order to express power and to intimidate. The latter include monumental Fascist architecture, and its precursors in deliberately imposing, grandiose temples, palaces, and defensive military buildings of the past. […] Modernism removes fractals from our environment. Pure Platonic solids and fractals are incompatible, because the former exist only on a single level of scale. One definition of a fractal is a structure in which there is substructure (i.e., complexity) at every level of magnification. Magnifying a fractal by a fixed scaling factor, say 3, will give a set of pictures at magnification 1, 3, 9, 27, etc., all of which show structure and complexity. A "self-similar" fractal has the additional property that all these pictures are related by geometrical similarities (as long as one uses the scaling factor intrinsic to that fractal). The buildings of Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe intentionally violate this rule, in an attempt to distinguish themselves both from natural forms, and from traditional building styles [1,2]. Some exceptions are discussed later. Recently, fractal dimensions have been calculated for Frank Lloyd Wright's and Le Corbusier's buildings, using the method of increasingly smaller rectangular grids [22]. The results show that (at least some of) Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings display a self-similar characteristic over a wide range of scales, from a distant view to finger-tip size detail, so those buildings are intrinsically fractal . In this, Wright was following the brilliant example of his teacher, Louis Sullivan. By contrast, Le Corbusier's architecture displays a self-similar characteristic over only two or three of the largest scales; namely, those corresponding to a distant view. Up close, Le Corbusier's architecture is flat and straight, and therefore has no fractal qualities. A fractal dimension between one and two characterizes a design that has an infinite number of self-similar levels of scale, whereas the fractal dimension of Le Corbusier's buildings immediately drops to one. ------------------------ Yet another excellent article. The Architect as Totalitarian Le Corbusier’s baleful influence by Theodore Dalrymple http://www.city-journal.org/2009/19_...corbusier.html [...] The most sincere, because unconscious, tribute to Le Corbusier comes from the scrawlers of graffiti. If you approach the results of their activities epidemiologically, so to speak, you will soon notice that, where good architecture is within reach of Corbusian architecture, they tend to deface only the Corbusian surfaces and buildings. As if by instinct, these uneducated slum denizens have accurately apprehended what so many architects have expended a huge intellectual effort to avoid apprehending: that Le Corbusier was the enemy of mankind. [...] See also: The Tyranny of Artistic Modernism by Mark Anthony Signorelli and Nikos A. Salingaros (August 2012) New English Review http://www.newenglishreview.org/cust.../sec_id/119633
          Are cell phones making you sick? | Healthy Mind | Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast | Podcast #279   
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Martin and Scott discuss the impact of radio waves in the air on your health.

Behind the profit-fuelled rise of smartphones and tablets, microwave pollution is a serious assault on health.

Known for their beauty, aspens have been in decline across North America, with some dramatic losses in recent years. Aware of the rapid growth of radiofrequency (RF) radiation, particularly from mobile-phone ‘towers’, Colorado researcher Katie Haggerty had an inspiration: she planted three test plots of aspen seedlings.

Carefully matched in all other respects, one plot was shielded from a nearby town’s RF radiation, one was ‘mock’ shielded, and the other was left unprotected.

The difference, recorded in the International Journal of Forestry Research, was startling: the fully shielded saplings were vigorous and healthy, but both the ‘mock’ shielded and the exposed plants were small, lacked pigments, and had sickly leaves.

http://www.theecologist.org/News/news_analysis/1596133/what_price_your_smartphone.html

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Benefits to Wearing a Universal Balance Pendant

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Universal Balance introduces you to the family of ProTec Pendants - the starting point to experience positive energetic frequencies!

CellGar Fractal

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Using a Quantum Generator, each Fractal is Infused with Beneficial Frequencies:

  • Tachyon Energies
  • Harmonic Codes
  • Frequency of the Sacred Tree of Life
  • NASA Sound of the Sun Frequency
  • Other Frequencies known to cause Positive Changes

These frequencies protect the user from the harmful effects of EMFs, ELFs and radio waves from electronic devises such as: mobile phones, cell phones, smart phones, iPads, eReaders, laptop and desk top computers.

The CellGar Fractal is digitally printed on a foil hologram. The hologram aids in the electrical dispersion of harmful frequencies for the protection of the human body.

Fractals double as a piece of artwork adding beauty and interest to your phone or other electronic device.


          Fractal Mathmematician Benoit B. Mandelbrot, 1924 – 2010    
Benoit B Mandelbrot. Apparently the 'B' stood for 'Benoit B Mandelbrot'

Benoît Mandelbrot has had his name applied to a feature of mathematics that has become part of everyday life, the Mandelbrot set. Beginning in the 1960s, Mandelbrot realized that many real-world phenomena in different branches of science display similar patterns that recur at smaller and smaller scales. These included clouds, snowflakes, coastlines, stock-market fluctuations, brain tissue, music, lingusistics and other phenomena. Mandelbrot modeled these phenomena with objects that he called "fractals." The name refers to a property called fractional dimensionality: fractals are fuzzier than a line but never quite fill a plane. The best known fractal is the Mandelbrot set. It is generated by repeatedly solving a mathematical function and plugging the answer back into it. Popular accounts of chaos theory sometimes present the Mandelbrot set and fractal geometry as a story of indeterminism. Actually, however, it is a story of how simple deterministic relations can produce extraordinarily complex results.

Benoît Mandelbrot died on October 14 from pancreatic cancer at the age of 85. On hearing of his death, mathematician Heinz-Otto Peitgen said "if we talk about impact inside mathematics, and applications in the sciences, he is one of the most important figures of the last 50 years." French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Mandelbrot had "a powerful, original mind that never shied away from innovating and shattering preconceived notions...His work, developed entirely outside mainstream research, led to modern information theory."
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          Flash Fractal Maker   
Useful for teaching as well as artistic endeavors, this applet allows the user to build a "seed" for a recursive process that constructs complex and fascinating fractal images.

          Automated Forex Systems Of The New Millenium   
If you are serious about trading currencies, I have no doubts that you are among those who are looking for the "Holy Grail" of the forex trading systems. And, of course, you'd love to have an automated forex system that actually works, because very often they are disappointing. Thanks to the Internet and the changes to the trading laws in most of the countries, any person can get involved in forex and participate in that enormous market. All that is necessary to do that is having an Internet connection and an account with a forex broker (loaded with some trading capital at least $2K is recommended, but some brokers allow to trade with much less).

Neither stock or futures trading have it, but forex trading has the "built-in" protection against losing the trading capital (no debt balances are allowed), but it's never pleasant to see your money being depleted. So as soon as you experience a series of losing trades, you start looking for that "Holy Grail" - a trading system that will help you not only protect your trading capital, but will also save you stress, time and energy. And the best one would be something that would do trading for you - 24/7, therefore something that would be making you money even when you sleep.

Not every forex trading system does all of that but probably the most important benefit of using an automated forex system is that it can trade 24/7 and can do that without any emotions. That's something that no human can do!

So what to look for in an automated forex trading system? I recommend that you seek a next-generation automated forex system. Look for trading software that uses not only Fibonacci tools and the commonly known indicators, such as: MACD, RSI, stochastics, oscillators, Bollinger bands, etc. Systems that use only them are obsolete. You should be using an automated forex system that applies not only mathematical algorithms, but also principles from a variety of progressive scientific theories, such as: Quantum Mechanics, Chaos Theory, Fractal Geometry and Wavelet Theory.

Look for a system that uses synergistic combination of those sciences to determine the direction in which the market is going and to provide you with the signals that will give you short- and long-term profits. With a top-class automated forex system, you should be able to profit from both short-term and long-term currency moves - at any time (24/7) and with any currency pair. It should be flexible enough to adapt to your unique trading style and to unique characteristics of trading, as they are different for each currency pair, for various time frames. It should be able to assist you in various types of forex trading, such as position trading, intra-day swing trading, trading the news, etc. And it should help you properly manage your trading capital - important role, which often decides if a trader enjoys making profit in long run, or not. Your perfect automated forex system should deliver objective means of filtering out questionable signals and it should accurately identify areas of major and intermediate support and resistance. It should be able to help you set and achieve realistic profit targets for maximum gain, with low risk of loss - it should be able to determine proper stop loss placements and to tell you how to exit the trade if your profit target is not hit.

Those technical aspects of the perfect system are very important as is the ability to deal with the money management, but a perfect, completely automated trading system should also be able to eliminate trader's emotions from the trading. Well, computers don't think, so it should be easy, isn't it? When making a final decision about getting your next forex trading system, ask this question - after the initial set-up, will the system require anything more from me than making sure that my computer is on? With the best systems, after you decide what pairs to trade, in what time frames and what your profit/loss settings are, all you have to do is just ensuring that your Internet is working.
Mary Cala is the Author and a Forex Trader. She also writes about trading currencies and about forex systems on her blog Automated Forex Systems. Mary recommends Gomega Trader as the best automated forex system because it utilizes Chaos Theory, Quantum Mechanics and Fractal Geometry.
          Finding Your Perfect Automated Forex System   
Would you like to be able to trade forex on autopilot? Would you like to use robot to do the trading for you? To do tasks like finding profitable trades and executing them - even when you sleep?

Well, in the computer and Internet era it's relatively easy and almost every week we see a new automated forex trading system being offered to the general public. Some of them cost under $100, but there are also much more expensive programs - with prices in the $2,000 - $10,000 range. However, very often those expensive systems are sold to limited number of traders.

Why are automated forex systems in such high demand, commending such high prices? The answer is simple; it can be found among the motivating factors for the participants in any market - not only forex, but also stock and commodity trading. I'm talking here about greed, fear, desire to live pleasant life, etc. Of course, those are rather general motivations, but they really have significant impact on every trader's mindset and his or her approach to trading.

Many authors writing on the topic of trading maintain that although fundamentals such as interests rates, CPI, employment data, etc. have significant impact on how the markets move, the psychological aspect of trading is much more important. The markets are moved by the combined belief system of each individual trader (or market participant).

That's a very important concept, because it means that each trader's desires, hopes, fears, needs, opinions, experience, education, interests, motives, etc. impact the way the trader analyses the available information and makes the trading decisions based on both belief system and the information. Those decisions are about what and when to trade, how much to expect from a trade, how much to risk, when to enter and exit and whether to buy or sell. Those decisions made by each trader are transformed into orders - that's how the markets, including forex market, move.

It's a very interesting process, isn't it? And the implications are far-reaching, because if we accept it, it means that we can't consider markets as linear systems that could be analyzed with tools that are based on linear mathematics and statistics. And as so much of the movement of the markets is determined by the psychology of trading, it is obvious that in order to explain that movement, it is necessary to use non-linear systems (models). Also, inter-disciplinary approach is needed, as only in that way it is possible to follow the markets.

With such a powerful tool as a computer, it is possible now to build much more complicated models than those created before the computers became available. Those models and the results of using them are developed by the software programmers into trading systems. There are automated forex trading systems that incorporate breakthrough discoveries from emerging progressive sciences, such as: Quantum Mechanics, Chaos Theory, Fractal Geometry and Wavelet Theory.

Forex market is best suited for such inter-disciplinary approach due to its huge trading volume - many times bigger than that of the stock market and the futures market. When those advanced sciences are used to create trading systems, it results in more accurate and thus more profitable trading signals.

So next time, when looking for an automated system for your forex trading, consider spending extra dollars to purchase a system that employs non-linear theories and tools. Analyses provided by such a system will be much more accurate than those based on out-dated linear theories, which can only tweak historical data to fit the model. And you will get a system that more closely fits your trading style.
Mary Cala recommends Gomega Trader as the best automated forex system because it utilizes Chaos Theory, Quantum Mechanics and Fractal Geometry. Mary is the Author and a Forex Trader. She also writes about forex trading software and about forex systems on her blog Automated Forex Systems.
          Fractal Radiance   

Final quilts measure 62" x 86" and 36" x 50".


          Heavy Metal   
Start the spring season with healthy, beautiful hair by treating your tresses with Oribe’s newest product innovation, Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil. In honor of our inaugural oil launch, we asked four of our favorite jewelry and accessory designers for their philosophy on the precious metal, their top gilded picks and what to rock them with this season.

This week, we’re featuring New York-based jewelry designer Chris Habana, who is known for designing bold, statement-making pieces donned by fashion icons like Nikki Minaj, Justin Bieber, and Parker Posey and graced the pages of V Magazine, Elle, i-D and Dazed and Confused. We asked the talented designer to give us a lesson in wearing gold jewelry the Chris Habana way—bold and fearless—and his thoughts on what sets it apart from the other metals.


What draws you to designing jewelry?


I appreciate designing jewelry because I can translate my ideas and themes into pieces that are layered, bold and provocative. However, due to their scale, they are still wearable. I get to make sculptural pieces that fit on someone’s ear, finger or neck.

What are your top three must-have gold pieces from your collection? Why?


The Cage Finger Brace, Fractal Skull Ring and Fractal Nose/Ear Cuff. These pieces are great because they bear my signature sculptural style and challenge customers to think twice about the traditional notion of what jewelry should be. The plating on the Fractal pieces look like liquid gold too, which I love.

What do you suggest wearing gold accessories with?


I am all about mixing and layering. Every piece from my collection is designed to work with every other piece.

What sets gold apart from other metals in your eyes?


Gold is definitely more regal than wearing something in black or silver tones. A piece set in gold elevates the design by its connotation.

In your opinion, how does wearing gold make people feel?


The opulence of gold makes wearing it feel special.

How would you recommend wearing gold as a guy?


I don't necessarily think in terms of men's vs. women's. Boys and girls should be able to wear whatever they want…and wear as much gold as possible!

How would you describe the Chris Habana guy or girl?


The Chris Habana customer is comfortable being on the outside of a dance circle but will always start the party off no matter what. Just make sure they don't crash into you.

How would the Chris Habana customer wear their hair on a date?


The Chris Habana girl would definitely add some pink tips—but she'll shave her head the day after.

Read our interviews with Jennifer Behr and Bliss Lau and stay tuned for picks from the CFDA-nominated Gemma Redux line.
          Introducing titles for September 2009   


We've very pleased to announce that we will be publishing six Introducing titles in September this year - one brand-new title, Statistics, and five older books in the cool new format. Below are the fabulous front covers, designed as usual by Ed Bettison:







          PS线之绘艺术滤镜Redfield Fractalius2 v2.8汉化版 64位 支持PS CC2017   
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          Living without a laptop   

Originally posted on: http://kellydjones.com/archive/2013/04/21/152760.aspx

Due to my job change, I'm getting the "opportunity" to re-evaluate my computing needs at home. This is because I've had a company laptop since I first started consulting back in 2004.

Most recently, I had an awesome laptop from work (Cardinal Solutions). It was a Dell Precision M6400 (I think) with an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, a separate video card, two SSDs for storage, and a 15in screen with a high resolution (I think it was 1080p or better). All of this power was needed when I was running SharePoint Virtual Machines (or Outlook – for those of you using Outlook, you know what I mean). Just an awesomely powerful computer.

It was my primary computer both at work and at home, since I'd use it for work/home email, web browsing, etc.

So, once I knew I'd be returning it, I started thinking about its replacement. I already had a desktop at my new job and I might request a laptop, but I knew I wasn't going to be using the work laptop as much as I had the other one.

First things first, I thought about what I already had at home. I have a Windows server (custom built using typical workstation hardware) that I use for general file storage, running Virtual Machines with Hyper-V, media server (for the Xbox's and TVs in the house), and some network services (DNS, DHCP). I built this box to have lots of storage with moderate CPU power. It has five hard drives in it, that total 7TB of storage (but with RAID mirroring, I think the available storage is 4 TB). It also has several strong, loud fans in it, but since this sits in a closet I don't have to hear it.

We also have a Mac Mini (early 2009) that is my wife's primary computer. It is in the kitchen at her desk and she uses it for email/web browsing, plus tracking our finances in Quicken. We also have over a decade's worth of photos and music on it (iPhoto and iTunes). We're often both using computers at the same time, so sharing a computer wouldn't work.

We have a Lenovo Ideapad (Pentium B940) that we bought two years ago. It was going to be my main computer at home, but the kids soon discovered how cool it was and I found the screen resolution small (720p) when compared to my work laptop. The kids use it a lot, so my daughter was especially fearful once I explained that I had to return my work laptop. Again, sharing it would not work well.

One other piece of hardware we have is a Microsoft Surface RT. It's mine, but I let the kids use it every now and then. I take it to work daily and use it in meetings, which it is great for. The small size, the touch screen, the type cover – great. I'm a heavy OneNote user, so I have it on the Surface as well as my work laptop and the notes sync between the two.

Since I have the Surface, I got to wondering if I really still needed a powerful mobile computer (laptop). As a consultant, I often needed to spin up demos on Virtual Machines, but I don't need to do that anymore. Nor do I need to have a good computer ready for when the client doesn't have a machine for me.

SO, after much thinking I decided to build a desktop computer for my own use. I built a machine that has much more power than if I had spent the same amount of money on a laptop. I also get the ability to upgrade any piece of it I need to over the next few years, pretty much the opposite of a laptop (I only ever upgraded RAM and hard drives in a laptop).

I did a bunch of research (Tom's Hardware guide) and bought the following:

  • AMD A8-5500 Trinity 3.2GHz Quad-Core APU (CPU + GPU)
  • ASRock FM2A85X Extreme6 motherboard
  • Corsair XMS3 8GB DDR3 1600 RAM
  • Samsung 840 Series 120GB SATA III SSD
  • Fractal Design Define R4 Mid Tower Case
  • Rosewill Fortress Series 550W power supply
  • ViewSonic 23" LED monitor
  • Logitech wireless keyboard
  • Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000

One of my design goals was to have a quiet computer, since it'll be sitting in my office and not in a closet. I also wanted a moderately powerful computer that I could upgrade, so I went middle of the road on CPU, but picked a newer design/socket so I can still get upgrades later.

The case and power supply were a little more than I would normally pay, but that was the trade off to get a quiet computer – the case has sound dampening styrofoam and the power supply is highly energy efficient (so I don't need loud fans running to cool it down).

When it came to the processor, I am probably just sentimental about AMD. I do think you get more power per dollar from them, on the low end. If my budget was larger, I would have gone with an Intel Core i7.

I made a huge trade off when it came to storage – only 120GB (our low end Lenovo laptop has 500GB), but I wanted the speed of a solid state drive (SSD). Not just any SSD, but these new Samsung 840 series drives, that have incredible IOP numbers. One of the first upgrades I'll do is probably add something like a 2 or 3TB standard hard drive, but for the OS, I wanted an SSD.

I ordered almost everything from Newegg and put it all together a couple of days ago. So far, I like it. I may miss having a laptop in the future, but for now I'm good.


          JSR 292 server compiler support in JDK 7 b80   

About two weeks ago I pushed the remaining changes (6894206, 6893081, 6829187, 6893268) for C2 invokedynamic support on x86 which were integrated into HotSpot 17 b07.  Meanwhile HS17b07 has been integrated into JDK 7 b80 and the latter has been released.

With two changesets John Rose pushed lately (6891770, 6914665), which have been integrated into JDK 7 b79, you can run now invokedynamic enabled programs with decent performance.  Additionally we tuned inlining heuristics a little (6912063) to be able to use inline-related switches in a product VM and to not count generated MethodHandle adapters.

And here is how it works (gwt is a simple testcase for guardWithTest):

$ java -server -XX:+UnlockExperimentalVMOptions -XX:+EnableMethodHandles -XX:+EnableInvokeDynamic gwt
370655678

You can also run JRuby benchmarks, like bench_fractal.rb which prints a nice fractal (we need to tune inlining heuristics a little to get good performance):

$ bin/jruby --server -J-Djruby.compile.invokedynamic=true -J-XX:+UnlockExperimentalVMOptions -J-XX:+EnableMethodHandles -J-XX:+EnableInvokeDynamic -J-XX:InlineSmallCode=2500 -J-XX:MaxInlineSize=50 bench/bench_fractal.rb
Rendering
<snip>

(To see the fractal you have to try it yourself :-)

The next thing will be C1 support.  I'm currently working on it and it's almost finished.


          Gold Wars episode 1 – The fractal of doom aka the Death Chart.   
Okay it’s the weekend so time for a silly short story after a long week at the tent 🙂 Before we do some important disclaimers below: Disclaimers: Your investments in PM’s can fall for no reason whatsoever and there are … Continue reading
          Twin Ports Art Beat: More July Happenings of Note   

Who was the most important artist of the 20th century? At one time, many people might have said Picasso. He generated thousands of paintings, sculptures, drawings over the course of a lifetime, playing a significant role in moving art from the representational into the modern age of expressionism, through cubism into freedom. When Picasso died in 1973, an obituary claimed he left behind 4,000 masterpieces, to which Andy Warhol quipped, "I can produce 4,000 masterpieces in one day." He was, naturally referring to the ability to screen print 4,000 copies of one of his works at his Factory.

Though both Picasso and Warhol have been accurately acknowledged as significant artists of the past century, a case could be made that Marcel Duchamp, Picasso's French contemporary, was the most important artist of the century, anticipating as he did the post-modern era.

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For what it's worth, July is underway and with it here's an outline of various arts-related activities that you can take in this month here in the Twin Ports. There are a number of places to eat with interesting art on the walls as well including these Superior locations: Sclavi's, VIP Vintage Pizza, Red Mug, and in Duluth, Beaners, Ganucci's Pizza Luce, Hanabi, and more.

Stephanie Wilcox Art Show, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Community Room, 425 W. Superior St., Suite 1060, show runs till July 17. (The art decorating this blog post is by Stephanie Wilcox.)

Friday, July 7, 9:05 p.m., Fantastic Beasts, PG13, Greater Downtown Council's Movies in the Park, Leif Erikson Park.

Saturday, July 8, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Nice Girls of the North 2nd Saturday Marketplace, Lakeside Lester Park Community Center (the former Lakeside Library), 106 N. 54th Ave. East.
"Free coffee, cookies, and a friendly atmosphere await while you browse a collection of handcrafted clothing and bags, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, photography, personal care products, baby items and much more. One central checkout, most major credit cards accepted."

Saturday, July 8, 3-6 p.m., The Natural Hair Symposium: Celebrating the Beauty of Natural Hair, with UMD Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Terresa Hardaway, Zeitgeist Arts, 222 E. Superior Street.
"If you have, want, or love natural hair, this event is for you! Join us for a series of events that celebrate the beauty of natural hair. A Poster Exhibition, Hair Butter Demo, Head Scarf Demos, Hair Talks, Panel Discussions, Goodybags, Giveaways, & More! This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served." Learn more at projectnaptural.com.

Tuesdays, July 11, 18, & 26, 11:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m., Art Canopy, Duluth Depot Porte-Cochere, 506 W. Michigan Street.
"Adventure into art with free demonstrations and art-making experiences this summer. Each Tuesday the Duluth Art Institute invites the general public to get inspired and messy under the Duluth Depot canopy from July 11 to Aug. 8." Contact the Duluth Art Institute for more information, 218-733-7560 or info@duluthartinstitute.org

Wednesday, July 12, 6:30-9:00 p.m., Zentangle (R) & Wine with Esther Piszczek, CZT, Master Framing Gallery, 1431 London Road.
"Come experience the fun and relaxation of drawing simple, repetitive line patterns with pen and ink and pencil shading. No previous drawing experience necessary." Class Cost: $35; Supplies: $10 (or use supplies provided without additional cost). RSVP to episzczek@gmail.com. Seats are limited.

Friday, July 14, 9:00 p.m., Over the Hedge, PG, Greater Downtown Council's Movies in the Park, Leif Erikson Park

Sunday, July 16 at 3:00 p.m. the  DAI will be unveiling a new mural by Paul LaJeunesse, the Duluth Art Institute’s first Artist-in-Residence in its new, Lincoln Park Craft District artist residency program, who completed the mural celebrating local craft workers. The mural will be installed permanently on the Frost River building (1910 W. Superior Street) in the Craft District Wed., July 12. The Sunday unveiling will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony, which is free and open to the public. The DAI is also pleased to announce the selection of the second-term, national Artist-in-Residence, Nik Nerburn, who will be introduced at the event. For more details, please see the attached news release.

Mondays, July 17 - August 7, 6:30-9 p.m., Zentangle (R) Pattern Drawing II with Esther Piszczek, CZT, Peace Church,1111 N. 11th Avenue E. Cost: $75 (tiles included)
Note from Esther: "Anyone who has taken my Zentangle I class series through community education is eligible for this class. If you have already taken ZT II with me, do not fear, this class will be a brand new experience. Payment required by Monday, July 10. There are 3 seats left in this class."

Wednesday, July 19, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Fairlawn Mansion's Ice Cream Social, Fairlawn Mansion, 906 E. 2nd Street, Superior, WI
"Bring the family to Fairlawn for some old-fashioned fun, including food at “yesteryear” prices, carriage rides, arts and crafts sale, games, cake walk, and free group tours of the mansion (last tour leaves at 8 p.m.).

Lawn chairs and/or blankets suggested. There will be FREE shuttle rides back and forth from Barker's Island to Fairlawn. Musical entertainment by The Fractals. For more information, call 715-394-5712."

Friday, July 21, 8:50 p.m., Secondhand Lions, PG, Greater Downtown Council's Movies in the Park, Leif Erikson Park

Saturday, July 22, 8:00 p.m., Zenith City Cabaret, Zeitgeist Arts Cafe Atrium, 222 E. Superior Street
"Join Zenith City Cabaret for "an evening of musical theater entertainment", featuring vocalists Lauren Hugh, Shad Olsen, David Packa, Jennifer Robbins, Adam Sippola, Cally Stanich, and Sara Wabrowetz." This event is free with a suggested donation of $10 appreciated. Contact Adam Sippola for more information at 218-590-8670 or adam.sippola@yahoo.com

Friday, July 28, 8:45 p.m., Jurassic Park, PG13, Greater Downtown Council's Movies in the Park, Leif Erikson Park

Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29, Free Range Film Festival, a farm fresh alternative to stale cinema
"Watch independent cinema ... in a barn. The barn is located at the junctions of County Roads 1 and 4 just one mile south of Wrenshall, Minnesota, approximately 30 minutes South of Duluth. Selected films are shown in a massive hayloft. A 14’ x 24’ screen and surround sound round out your film-going experience. This event is free with a suggested donation of $10 appreciated to help pay for barn maintenance. Also visit freerangefilm.com.

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Farmer's Markets have been blossoming in the Twin Ports in recent years. Here are a variety of places when you can find locally grown fresh produce and other local products.

Mondays, 3:30 – 7:00 p.m. Hermantown Farmer's Market, 5255 Maple Grove Road, East side of Old Hermantown City Hall, July 3 –Sept 25

Tuesdays, 3-7 p.m, Hilltop Farmer's Market, First United Methodist Church, (Copper Top), 230 E. Skyline Parkway (formerly @ UMD)

Wednesdays, 2-6 p.m., Duluth Farmer's Market, 14th Avenue E. & 3rd Street

Thursdays, 4-7 p.m., Lincoln Park Farmer's Market, Harrison Community Center, 3002 W. 3rd St.

Saturdays, 7 a.m.-12 p.m., Duluth Farmer's Market, 14th Avenue E. & 3rd Street 

Saturdays, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., Barkers Island Farmer's Market, parking lot near the S.S. Meteor at Hwy 2/53 and Marina Drive in Superior, WI


A Shout Out to Esther Piszczek who assembled much of the content on this list. Places to find her art in the Twin Ports:
Art on the Planet, 1413 Tower Avenue, Superior
Duluth Fine Pianos, 405 E. Superior Street, Duluth
Master Framing Gallery, 1431 London Road, Duluth
Zenith City News, E.P. Designs, a regular Zentangle (R) inspired art feature in this newspaper, which can be found at various public locations around the Twin Ports and online.

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Meantime, art goes on all around you. Get into it!

          Yestermorrow Design Colloquium: Design Discourse for Everyone   
On Saturday, July 18, 2015 Yestermorrow held a Design Colloquium as part of its 35th Anniversary celebration. Moderated by Yestermorrow founder John Connell, the panel included John Anderson, Sibyl Harwood, Sylvia Smith, and Ted Montgomery. The goal of the panel was to "create a vocabulary and/or grammar for people not professionally trained in design."

The following thoughts were written by John Anderson in response to the opening questions. A full video of the conversation will be made available in the future.


Yestermorrow Design Colloquium – July 18, 2015

Design is both a noun and a verb and even morphs into adjective and adverb. This suggests a latent power in the concept in contrast to words and activities that are more one-dimensional. So, Design is a very rich word with metaphorical aspects and many linguistic applications.

The question is: what distinguishes it from or connects it to all of the various courses and activities and goals that define Yestermorrow.

Design as a physical and mental activity is implied in “Blue Sky” and “Out-of-the-Box” thinking. Thus, Design can be thought of as an activity that is unconventional, innovative, unusual, new, surprising, radical, imaginative, etc.

Design may emerge from dreams, fantasies, meditations, and other alternative modes of thoughts or feelings or even an epiphany.

I would suggest that Design is a unique human trait. It is pure thought, a singular idea, an abstract or isolated concept and absolutely critical to our ongoing evolution. It has no ethical, moral or spiritual requirements. It is free space in which anything goes.

Design as a necessary human activity may separate us from all other life forms that we know of. In the abstract time and space of Design we pull things out of the void, out of the unknown, out of someplace that is just vast potential. In Design space one can think ahead to the future, behind to the past and in the vanishingly quick space of the present.

All Design is…is a thought emergent from mind—invisible, evanescent, bathed in light and brand new. Every single person has—can have—thoughts uniquely their own and totally original. “I think therefore I am….unique.”

Right off the bat, here’s a concept: there is no need or logical requirement to separate Design/Build and pure Design on moral, ethical, functional, pedagogical or other sustainable grounds. Design is free space that incorporates program input. That input can be anything. Design absorbs input and gives it context, juxtaposition and reason for being. Maybe Design makes House a Home.

Design and Keeper-of-the-Concept

The designer/architect/creative person has a very important and perhaps ancient role. That role is Keeper-of-the-Concept. The Design/Build process can be a sequence of unilateral decisions made by a menagerie of well meaning specialists. Each decision might be valuable in its own right, but the sum of the parts can result in a complex or even chaotic solution with no real soul. The Keeper-of-the-Concept makes sure that everything from doorknobs to master plan stays true to the concept, the result being holistic, whole and vibrating with a secret energy.

Design helps to guarantee a (built) result that is holistic and fractal (in that each part contains the spirit and shape of the whole), and that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts.

While it is certainly important that a Design/Build process is sustainable in the sense that it leads to a solution that is healthy for the client, the building, the landscape and by logic- our planet, it also should end up manifesting the most creative and idealistic potential of human thought. The human thought, here meaning Design, can stand on its own—no problem—or by absorbing program input (such as permaculture) it transforms into an external reality.

It is important to note that there is no discussion here of Aesthetics, or Beauty or Truth. Perhaps all these characteristics are expected in ideas like Plato’s pure forms that shaped his view of the cosmos or Maxwell’s equations. Here, they may or may not be the outcome of someone’s response to Design or Designer, but in emergent Design they don’t matter (and, can be a distraction and false door in the Design process).

We now all inhabit and are all connected by a world wide web of communication. Consider it a global mind. We have almost infinite access to information and possibilities. Molecules can be manipulated; photovoltaic paint is soon to be possible; even invisibility in cloaking materials is coming. There is no reason why as a single synapse in a global mind, anyone of us cannot create energy efficiency in the physical world and that global sustainability is achievable.

The web also serves up ideas and concepts that travel by light speed around the globe. Pure thoughts without relation to functionality fly freely. It may be that the highest purpose of our species is to think of new things that don’t exist now or may never exist. Free will and self-awareness lead to unbounded possibilities. Technology and solutions follow ideas and concepts. The Designer must keep dreaming, pulling concepts out of nothing, comfortable in that void where anything is possible.

And what does this description of Design and the Designer suggest…Art and Artists of all kinds: painters, sculptors, composers and choreographers. Architecture is a Fine Art and Architecture as Design/Build can be Fine Art/Build along with all the program input one cares to put into it.


My wish for Yestermorrow would be for it to be the most practical and sustainable Design/Build school on the planet, and the most creative and innovation center for pure conceptual and intellectually inspired Design. Both are necessary for our collective future.



          VA - Vocal Deep House Vol.31 [Compiled by Zebyte]   
Трек-лист:
01. Inward Universe - Residues Lives [03:57]
02. Osaka & Brianna - Find Me (Ruslan Mishin Remix) (Extendet Version) [04:25]
03. Chris Domingo Feat. Miss T - Say (Billka Remix) [06:30]
04. Nick Lawyer - Running To Your Heart (John Kayder Remix) [05:57]
05. Vanotek Feat. Eneli - Tell Me Who (Retart & Romanescu Codrin Remix) [05:25]
06. Alok & Fractal System Ft. Bea Jourdan - Dont Ya (Michaelbm & Minow Remix) [06:32]
07. Shakedown - At Night (Mbnn Remix) [05:40]
08. Kadebostany - Joy & Sorrow (Slider & Magnit Remix) [04:34]
09. Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger (Wiliam Price Remix) [05:28]
10. Cotry & Two Modest - That's Ok [05:14]
11. Jack Mode - Never Stop (Club Remix) [04:27]
12. Manuel Riva feat Eneli - Mhm Mhm (Sebastien Remix) [05:08]
13. Max Pavlov Feat Vika Grand - First Day [04:02]
14. Andrey Exx & Diva Vocal Feat. Bskf - Need To Feel Loved [06:54]
15. Seeb Feat. Neev - Breathe (Denis First Remix) [04:08]
16. DJ Sava Feat. Irina Rimes - I Loved You (Denis First Remix) [04:24]
17. Lisitsyn & Mbnn Feat. Alateya - Call Me Now (Natasha Bacardi Remix) [05:10]
18. The Distance & Marco Polar - Digital Crush [04:42]
19. Therr Maitz - 365 (The First Station Remix) [05:01]
20. Jean Elan Feat. Steve Edwards - Everlasting Love (Christian Liebeskind Remix) [05:46]
21. Nathan Goshen - Thinking About It (Amice Remix) [03:19]
22. Planet Funk - Chase The Sun (IamCult Remix) (Radio Edit) [04:04]
23. Stadiumx & Angelika Vee - Wondrland (Nikko Culture Remix) [06:51]
24. Saccao, Anton Ishutin & Soph-eye Richard - Breathe Into You (Namatria Remix) [06:59]
25. Ferjo De Gery - Sensaciones [05:26]
26. Sergio T & Thanos Christou - Music Is All I Have [04:02]
27. Benny Benassi & Vassy - Even If (Lulleaux Remix) [05:52]
28. Offer Nissim - First Time (Suprafive 2k17 Remix) [04:50]
29. Juste - Arciau Nei Arti (Dapa Deep Remix) [03:49]
30. Yam Nor - Your Heart (Vetlove & Mike Drozdov Remix) [05:43]
31. Bhaskar - Ayo (Azealia Banks) [05:13]
32. Irina Rimes - Ce S-a Intamplat Cu Noi (DJ Dark & Md DJ Remix 2k17) [03:13]
33. Kiso & Rossy - Tidal Wave [03:03]
34. Nervo & Hook N Sling - Reason (Kvant & Woogy Remix) [05:04]
35. The First Station - Bdsm [04:41]
36. The Parakit Feat. Alden Jacob - When I Hold You (Denis First Remix) [04:01]
37. Kamaura Feat. Tricia Mcteague - Over Now (Lokee Remix) [05:25]
38. Era Istrefi Feat. Felix Snow - Redrum (DJ Alexm Remix) [04:09]
39. Max Nikitin - Work [05:09]
40. Alex Milano - Rockin' (Misha Klein & No Hopes Remix) [06:23]
          Edison 2017 (E)   
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     .__  /__    __.         ._     ___.      ____.  __.         .___
  ._\|__\/__/_._/  |/_____._\|_)_._/  _|/__._/    |_/  |/_____._\|_ /______
  |     \/    |    _/     |      |__       |      _/   _/     |  _/       /
  |_    ||    |    \      |      | /       |      |    \      |  \        \_
   /____||____|_____\_____|______|_________|______|_____\_____|___\________/
- -diP------------------------------------------------------------------aSL- -

  Newschool Demo
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  314 Book Of Doom by Qlint/FCK, gr0gg0/FCK, maonificent/FCK
       02  244 Mening by FairLight
       03  190 The Pines by Husvagn Crew
       04  126 Emoji Kaos by eridem, a, darre / KpRnA

  Newschool Intro
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  236 Striped by zworp & radiant
       02  202 Equanimity by tazadum
       03  175 Prippsburk by Basprofil - vojd & slashz
       04  138 x3w by Woorlic
       05  130 OidentifieradeFlygandeObjekt by zoz/FEE1DEAD tengil/FEE1DEAD
       06  119 Golvad tarm (tm) by Nicky$/

  Oldschool Demo
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  303 ABC Book by Five Finger Punch
       02  192 evar_rof by iNSANE
       03  161 Panda Run by Panda Lovers

  Wild
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  124 I am Error by Mindcooler/Sys5
       02  121 The road to Edison 2017 by Morbid/Five Finger Punch

  Animation & Video
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  245 Nightstream by pROPER dISCO
       02  141 Gumpa Bubelen 2.0 Beta by the GUMPA brothers

  Newschool Graphics
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  253 Chips by Kavvan
       02  221 Octoraffe vs Edison by zworp/
       03  129 En katt by Znurre/MemoryLeek
       04  113 Cote d'Azur by pope/g-incorporated

  Oldschool Graphics
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  272 Fields of Scordite by illmidus/Genesis Project
       02  199 aarrghhh by soya/Odious
       03  136 Cannibal Holocaust by Max Levin/The Gumpa Brothers
       04  126 spaaaace by dunz0r/fACERAPE
       05   75 THE REAL GUBBDATA by Trash/Booze Design

  ASCII & ANSI
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  197 Night Creatures by Burre/TAONGAD
       02  146 Blocktronics by zefyros/GIN^Dezign^Blocktroncs

  Oldschool & Tracked Music
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  167 Asteroid Lindgren by Stinsen/Genesis Project
       02  166 Bravocado by Radiant/Panda Design
       03  156 Flesk und Schwepps by ALPAidUS/iNSANE
       04  144 Glorious Glare by Klegg/Panda Design
       05  136 aint no sidechain by Mygg/Insane
       06  133 datastorm2017 by maktone/fairlight
       07  131 Borderline Jitterbug by Mindcooler/Sys5
       08  126 edison holocaust by haschpipan/gumpa brothers
       09  123 Frame of Sociability by gr0gg0/FCK
       10  119 Dos Nintendos by Qlint/FCK
       11  108 r3jv! by Jallabert/tjc
       12   90 Fractal Form by Morbid/Five Finger Punch
       13   81 Kvas eller HARD BASS by dunz0r vs nebi

  Streaming Music
- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -
       01  162 64 MasterRace by Vandelay/Kramerica
       02  155 Undo what youre told by Corpsicle
       03  150 Ikigai by pROPER dISCO
       04  130 Ostburgare med extra allt by The Civilized Electrons
       05  111 saucy by haschpipan/gumpa brothers
       06  106 Show, don't tell by vilcans/Five Finger Punch
       07  104 Flaccid Euphoria by Kwarf/MemoryLeek

          Twin Ports Art Beat: More July Happenings of Note   

Who was the most important artist of the 20th century? At one time, many people might have said Picasso. He generated thousands of paintings, sculptures, drawings over the course of a lifetime, playing a significant role in moving art from the representational into the modern age of expressionism, through cubism into freedom. When Picasso died in 1973, an obituary claimed he left behind 4,000 masterpieces, to which Andy Warhol quipped, "I can produce 4,000 masterpieces in one day." He was, naturally referring to the ability to screen print 4,000 copies of one of his works at his Factory.

Though both Picasso and Warhol have been accurately acknowledged as significant artists of the past century, a case could be made that Marcel Duchamp, Picasso's French contemporary, was the most important artist of the century, anticipating as he did the post-modern era.

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For what it's worth, July is underway and with it here's an outline of various arts-related activities that you can take in this month here in the Twin Ports. There are a number of places to eat with interesting art on the walls as well including these Superior locations: Sclavi's, VIP Vintage Pizza, Red Mug, and in Duluth, Beaners, Ganucci's Pizza Luce, Hanabi, and more.

Stephanie Wilcox Art Show, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Community Room, 425 W. Superior St., Suite 1060, show runs till July 17. (The art decorating this blog post is by Stephanie Wilcox.)

Friday, July 7, 9:05 p.m., Fantastic Beasts, PG13, Greater Downtown Council's Movies in the Park, Leif Erikson Park.

Saturday, July 8, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Nice Girls of the North 2nd Saturday Marketplace, Lakeside Lester Park Community Center (the former Lakeside Library), 106 N. 54th Ave. East.
"Free coffee, cookies, and a friendly atmosphere await while you browse a collection of handcrafted clothing and bags, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, photography, personal care products, baby items and much more. One central checkout, most major credit cards accepted."

Saturday, July 8, 3-6 p.m., The Natural Hair Symposium: Celebrating the Beauty of Natural Hair, with UMD Assistant Professor of Graphic Design Terresa Hardaway, Zeitgeist Arts, 222 E. Superior Street.
"If you have, want, or love natural hair, this event is for you! Join us for a series of events that celebrate the beauty of natural hair. A Poster Exhibition, Hair Butter Demo, Head Scarf Demos, Hair Talks, Panel Discussions, Goodybags, Giveaways, & More! This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served." Learn more at projectnaptural.com.

Tuesdays, July 11, 18, & 26, 11:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m., Art Canopy, Duluth Depot Porte-Cochere, 506 W. Michigan Street.
"Adventure into art with free demonstrations and art-making experiences this summer. Each Tuesday the Duluth Art Institute invites the general public to get inspired and messy under the Duluth Depot canopy from July 11 to Aug. 8." Contact the Duluth Art Institute for more information, 218-733-7560 or info@duluthartinstitute.org

Wednesday, July 12, 6:30-9:00 p.m., Zentangle (R) & Wine with Esther Piszczek, CZT, Master Framing Gallery, 1431 London Road.
"Come experience the fun and relaxation of drawing simple, repetitive line patterns with pen and ink and pencil shading. No previous drawing experience necessary." Class Cost: $35; Supplies: $10 (or use supplies provided without additional cost). RSVP to episzczek@gmail.com. Seats are limited.

Friday, July 14, 9:00 p.m., Over the Hedge, PG, Greater Downtown Council's Movies in the Park, Leif Erikson Park

Sunday, July 16 at 3:00 p.m. the  DAI will be unveiling a new mural by Paul LaJeunesse, the Duluth Art Institute’s first Artist-in-Residence in its new, Lincoln Park Craft District artist residency program, who completed the mural celebrating local craft workers. The mural will be installed permanently on the Frost River building (1910 W. Superior Street) in the Craft District Wed., July 12. The Sunday unveiling will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony, which is free and open to the public. The DAI is also pleased to announce the selection of the second-term, national Artist-in-Residence, Nik Nerburn, who will be introduced at the event. For more details, please see the attached news release.

Mondays, July 17 - August 7, 6:30-9 p.m., Zentangle (R) Pattern Drawing II with Esther Piszczek, CZT, Peace Church,1111 N. 11th Avenue E. Cost: $75 (tiles included)
Note from Esther: "Anyone who has taken my Zentangle I class series through community education is eligible for this class. If you have already taken ZT II with me, do not fear, this class will be a brand new experience. Payment required by Monday, July 10. There are 3 seats left in this class."

Wednesday, July 19, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Fairlawn Mansion's Ice Cream Social, Fairlawn Mansion, 906 E. 2nd Street, Superior, WI
"Bring the family to Fairlawn for some old-fashioned fun, including food at “yesteryear” prices, carriage rides, arts and crafts sale, games, cake walk, and free group tours of the mansion (last tour leaves at 8 p.m.).

Lawn chairs and/or blankets suggested. There will be FREE shuttle rides back and forth from Barker's Island to Fairlawn. Musical entertainment by The Fractals. For more information, call 715-394-5712."

Friday, July 21, 8:50 p.m., Secondhand Lions, PG, Greater Downtown Council's Movies in the Park, Leif Erikson Park

Saturday, July 22, 8:00 p.m., Zenith City Cabaret, Zeitgeist Arts Cafe Atrium, 222 E. Superior Street
"Join Zenith City Cabaret for "an evening of musical theater entertainment", featuring vocalists Lauren Hugh, Shad Olsen, David Packa, Jennifer Robbins, Adam Sippola, Cally Stanich, and Sara Wabrowetz." This event is free with a suggested donation of $10 appreciated. Contact Adam Sippola for more information at 218-590-8670 or adam.sippola@yahoo.com

Friday, July 28, 8:45 p.m., Jurassic Park, PG13, Greater Downtown Council's Movies in the Park, Leif Erikson Park

Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29, Free Range Film Festival, a farm fresh alternative to stale cinema
"Watch independent cinema ... in a barn. The barn is located at the junctions of County Roads 1 and 4 just one mile south of Wrenshall, Minnesota, approximately 30 minutes South of Duluth. Selected films are shown in a massive hayloft. A 14’ x 24’ screen and surround sound round out your film-going experience. This event is free with a suggested donation of $10 appreciated to help pay for barn maintenance. Also visit freerangefilm.com.

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Farmer's Markets have been blossoming in the Twin Ports in recent years. Here are a variety of places when you can find locally grown fresh produce and other local products.

Mondays, 3:30 – 7:00 p.m. Hermantown Farmer's Market, 5255 Maple Grove Road, East side of Old Hermantown City Hall, July 3 –Sept 25

Tuesdays, 3-7 p.m, Hilltop Farmer's Market, First United Methodist Church, (Copper Top), 230 E. Skyline Parkway (formerly @ UMD)

Wednesdays, 2-6 p.m., Duluth Farmer's Market, 14th Avenue E. & 3rd Street

Thursdays, 4-7 p.m., Lincoln Park Farmer's Market, Harrison Community Center, 3002 W. 3rd St.

Saturdays, 7 a.m.-12 p.m., Duluth Farmer's Market, 14th Avenue E. & 3rd Street 

Saturdays, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., Barkers Island Farmer's Market, parking lot near the S.S. Meteor at Hwy 2/53 and Marina Drive in Superior, WI


A Shout Out to Esther Piszczek who assembled much of the content on this list. Places to find her art in the Twin Ports:
Art on the Planet, 1413 Tower Avenue, Superior
Duluth Fine Pianos, 405 E. Superior Street, Duluth
Master Framing Gallery, 1431 London Road, Duluth
Zenith City News, E.P. Designs, a regular Zentangle (R) inspired art feature in this newspaper, which can be found at various public locations around the Twin Ports and online.

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Meantime, art goes on all around you. Get into it!

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          The Monthly Digital CIO Spotlight: The Digital CIO’s Profile and Persona 2017   
Modern CIOs have many personas and face great challenges.

Modern CIOs have many personas and face great challenges. It is not sufficient to only keep the light on. Regardless of which industry or the nature of organization you are in, being a digital leader will need to master the art of creating unique, differentiating value from piles of commoditized technologies. What are the digital CIO’s profiles and personas for leading changes effortlessly? Here is the monthly spotlight of the CIO.      
                      
 The Digital CIO’s Profiles and Personas 2017

  • Digital CIOs as Business Strategists and Artistic Technologists?At the industrial age, CIOs are often perceived as the technology geek or the back office technician to keep the lights on, and most IT organizations are struggling to align with the business, get stuck at the lower level of maturity for keeping things functioning. Nowadays, the lightweight digital technologies become more mature, IT is striving to integrate with the business, and IT has to move up its maturity from functioning to firm to delight. Thus, digital CIOs need to be the business strategist and artistic technologist for running high-innovative, high-performance, and high-mature digital organization.  
  • What kind of IT leaders are on demand?The digital business landscape is only becoming more complex due to varied factors such as increasing speed of changes, velocity, complexity, unpredictability, etc. Regardless of which industry or the nature of organization you are in, from IT management perspective, being a digital master will need to master the art of creating unique, differentiating business value from piles of commoditized technologies and the sea of information. And it is in this context that organizations build business verticals within to manage the complexity and improve organizational responsiveness and performance. So the logical concerns could be: What kind of IT leaders are on demand?
  • Is Digital CIO a Specialist or a Generalist? Contemporary CIOs are top leadership roles, leadership is about future and changes, innovation and progression. Modern CIOs have many personas and face numerous challenges. It is not sufficient to only keep the lights on. The CIO leadership maturity is based on the art of persuasion and the science of disciplines, the power of knowledge and the profundity of multidisciplinary understanding. So, should digital CIOs be the technology specialists or the business generalists in order to lead effectively?

  • CIOs as the Proactive Digital Champion: Due to the disruptive nature of technology and overwhelming growth of information, IT leaders seem to be always in the hot seat, they have to continue reinventing themselves and IT organization to ride above the learning curve and get digital ready. Digital CIOs are one of the most sophisticated leadership roles in contemporary businesses today. As they are leading one of the most complex and dynamic functions of the business, and managing one of the most intelligent groups of digital professionals in the organization. CIOs have so much more on their plate now than before, and in most circumstances, it would be excellent for the job. Forward-looking organizations are empowering their IT leaders to drive digital transformation from the front and lead changes seamlessly.

  • CIOs’ Three Personas to Enforce Leadership Influence? Due to the changing nature of digital, the omnipresence of technology and the exponential growth of information, IT plays a crucial role in leading changes and driving digital transformations. The IT leadership role also continues to be re-imagined, refined, refreshed, and re-energized. Today’s CIOs have multiple roles to play and take broader leadership responsibilities in transforming their organizations. Here are three digital personas for CIOs to enforce their leadership influence.


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Peter Bloem, Steven de Rooij

We present an Expectation-Maximization algorithm for the fractal inverse problem: the problem of fitting a fractal model to data. In our setting the fractals are Iterated Function Systems (IFS), with similitudes as the family of transformations. The data is a point cloud in ${\mathbb R}^H$ with arbitrary dimension $H$. Each IFS defines a probability distribution on ${\mathbb R}^H$, so that the fractal inverse problem can be cast as a problem of parameter estimation. We show that the algorithm reconstructs well-known fractals from data, with the model converging to high precision parameters. We also show the utility of the model as an approximation for datasources outside the IFS model class.


          OSI extends support to OW2 as Associate Organization.   


OW2, the global community for open source infrastructure software and application platforms, and the Open Source Initiative (OSI), the global steward of the Open Source Definition, announced at OW2con’17 that OSI has extended our support to OW2 as an associate member.

While both the OSI and OW2 have been working for yeas to promote software freedom, extending the partnership between the two organizations now, signifies several recent developments in shared initiatives:

  • This year's OW2con’17 central theme was “New Challenges of Mainstream Open Source Software”, focusing on open source software as a viable and a mature option for corporate and government end-users. Both OW2 and OSI are increasing their efforts to help interested and adopting organizations understand the benefits of open source software, and to support decision makers through identification, and implementation.
  • Simon Phipps, Board Director of the Open Source Initiative, is providing a keynote at OW2con’17 highlighting Open Source in its the Third Decade. OSI was established in 1998, and with it the term "open source software" to describe software licensed to enable collaboration around free software. 2018 consequently sees the start of the third decade of open source. What changes will we see? What principles can guide us?
  • Cedric Thomas, CEO of OW2 offered, “As OW2 is celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Open Source Initiative is about to celebrate it's 20th. I’m looking forward to see our teams, members and communities working more closely. Together, we can address more market needs while developing new synergies”.
  • Patrick Masson, Director and General Manager of the Open Source Initiative, acknowledges: “If indeed, as many now say, "open source has won", then we all should thank OW2 for playing their part over the past 10 years as a visionary, innovator and leader. All the best for the next ten”.
  • This partnership will bring OSI and OW2 members the benefits of a greater technical alignment of the two organizations, joint workshops and community events. For the latest opportunities, please visit our websites.

    About the Open Source Initiative

    The Open Source Initiative (OSI) is a California public benefit corporation, with 501(c)3 tax-exempt status, founded in 1998. The OSI is the stewards of the Open Source Definition (OSD) and the community-recognized body for reviewing and approving licenses as OSD-conformant and is also actively involved in Open Source community-building, education, and public advocacy to promote awareness and the importance of non-proprietary software. OSI Board members frequently travel the world to attend Open Source conferences and events, meet with open source developers and users, and to discuss with executives from the public and private sectors about how Open Source technologies, licenses, and models of development can provide economic and strategic advantages. You can learn more about the OSI at opensource.org or by emailing, osi@opensource.org

    About OW2

    OW2 is an independent industry community dedicated to developing open source code infrastructure (middleware and generic applications) and to fostering a vibrant community and business ecosystem. The OW2 Consortium hosts some one hundred technology projects, including ASM, Bonita, Chameleon, CLIF, DocDoku, Easybeans, Emerginov, Fractal, FusionDirectory, JOnAS, JORAM, JOTM, LemonLDAP:NG, Lutece, PetalsESB, Prelude, ProActive, SAT4J, Spagic, Spago4Q, SpagoBI, Talend Studio, Telosys, WebLab, XWiki. Visit www.ow2.org


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          Una nuova strategia per opzioni binarie con il 67,3% di profittabilità   
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          Фрактальный анализ Forex по основным валютным парам на 3 июля 2017   

Здравствуйте, уважаемые коллеги.
По паре Евро/Доллар мы следим за локальной структурой для верха от 28 июня. По паре Фунт/Доллар продолжения движения кверху ожидаем после пробоя 1.3045. По паре Доллар/Франк следим за нисходящей структурой от 20 июня, продолжения движения книзу ожидаем после пробоя 0.9525. По паре Доллар/Иена ожидаем движение к уровню 113.35. По паре Евро/Иена, продолжения движения кверху ожидаем после пробоя 128.73. По паре Фунт/Иена потенциальное значение для верха находится на отметке 147.11.

Прогноз на 2 июля:
Аналитический обзор валютных пар в масштабе Н1:

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По паре Евро/Доллар ключевыми уровнями в масштабе Н1 являются: 1.1527, 1.1479, 1.1444, 1.1387, 1.1361 и 1.1312. Здесь мы следим за локальной структурой от 28 июня. Продолжения движения кверху ожидаем после пробоя 1.1444, в данном случае цель – 1.1479, в этом диапазоне консолидация цены. Потенциальным значением для верха считаем уровень 1.1527, по достижении которого ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Диапазон 1.1387 – 1.1361 является ключевой поддержкой для верха, его проход ценой будет располагать к развитию нисходящей структуры, в данном случае цель – 1.1312, до этого уровня возможно оформление потенциала для нисходящего цикла.
Основная тенденция – локальная структура для верха от 28 июня.
Торговые рекомендации:
Buy: 1.1445 Take profit: 1.1477
Buy: 1.1480 Take profit: 1.1525
Sell: 1.1387 Take profit: 1.1363
Sell: 1.1358 Take profit: 1.1314

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По паре Фунт/Доллар ключевыми уровнями в масштабе Н1 являются: 1.3128, 1.3045, 1.2990, 1.2960, 1.2904, 1.2877 и 1.2834. Здесь мы продолжаем следить за восходящей структурой от 21 июня. Продолжения движения кверху ожидаем после пробоя 1.3045, в данном случае цель – 1.3128, от этого уровня ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Краткосрочное нисходящее движение возможно в коридоре 1.2990 – 1.2960, пробой последнего значения приведет к углубленной коррекции, здесь цель – 1.2904, диапазон 1.2904 – 1.2877 является ключевой поддержкой для верха, до него ожидаем оформления потенциала для нисходящего цикла.
Основная тенденция – восходящая структура от 21 июня.
Торговые рекомендации:
Buy: 1.3045 Take profit: 1.3125
Sell: 1.2990 Take profit: 1.2960
Sell: 1.2958 Take profit: 1.2905

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По паре Доллар/Франк ключевыми уровнями в масштабе Н1 являются: 0.9671, 0.9640, 0.9618, 0.9597, 0.9547, 0.9526, 0.9485 и 0.9453. Здесь мы продолжаем следить за нисходящей структурой от 20 июня. Краткосрочное движение книзу ожидаем в коридоре 0.9547 – 0.9526, пробой последнего значения приведет к выраженному движению, здесь цель – 0.9485, возле этого уровня консолидация. Потенциальным значением для низа считаем уровень 0.9453, от которого ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Краткосрочное восходящее движение возможно в коридоре 0.9597 – 0.9618, пробой последнего значения приведет к движению до уровня 0.9671, этот уровень является ключевой поддержкой, его проход ценой начнет развитие восходящей структуры, в данном случае цель – 0.9671.
Основная тенденция – нисходящая структура от 20 июня.
Торговые рекомендации:
Buy: 0.9597 Take profit: 0.9616
Buy: 0.9619 Take profit: 0.9640
Sell: 0.9545 Take profit: 0.9528
Sell: 0.9525 Take profit: 0.9485

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По паре Доллар/Иена ключевыми уровнями в масштабе являются: 114.04, 113.35, 112.38, 112.04, 111.20, 110.74, 110.42 и 109.81. Здесь цена находится в корректировочной зоне от нисходящего движения 29 июня. Краткосрочное восходящее движение возможно в коридоре 112.04 – 112.38, пробой последнего значения должен сопровождаться выраженным восходящим движением, здесь цель – 113.35, возле этого уровня консолидация. Потенциальным значением для верха считаем уровень 114.04, по достижении которого ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Уровень 111.20 является ключевой поддержкой для верха, его проход начнет развитие нисходящей коррекции, здесь цель – 110.74, проход ценой диапазона 110.74 – 110.42 приведет к формированию нисходящей структуры в масштабе Н1, здесь цель – 109.81.
Основная тенденция: восходящая структура от 14 июня, стадия коррекции.
Торговые рекомендации:
Buy: 112.40 Take profit: 113.35
Buy: 113.37 Take profit: 114.02
Sell: 111.20 Take profit: 110.76
Sell: 110.40 Take profit: 109.90

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По паре Канадский доллар/Доллар ключевыми уровнями в масштабе Н1 являются: 1.3101, 1.3049, 1.3011, 1.2947, 1.2914, 1.2866 и 1.2815. Здесь мы следим за нисходящей структурой от 21 июня. Продолжения движения книзу ожидаем после прохода ценой шумового диапазона 1.2947 – 1.2914, в данном случае цель – 1.2866, возле этого уровня консолидация. Потенциальным значением для низа считаем уровень 1.2815, от которого ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Краткосрочное восходящее движение возможно в коридоре 1.3011 – 1.3049, пробой последнего значения приведет к углубленной коррекции, здесь цель – 1.3101, этот уровень является ключевой поддержкой для нисходящей структуры, его пробой приведет к формированию потенциала для восходящего цикла, в данном случае цель – 1.3173.
Основная тенденция – локальная структура для низа от 21 июня.
Торговые рекомендации:
Buy: 1.3011 Take profit: 1.3046
Buy: 1.3051 Take profit: 1.3100
Sell: 1.2914 Take profit: 1.2868
Sell: 1.2864 Take profit: 1.2815

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По паре Австралийский доллар/Доллар ключевыми уровнями в масштабе Н1 являются: 0.7746, 0.7715, 0.7682, 0.7671 и 0.7648. Здесь мы следим за восходящей структурой от 22 июня, на текущий момент цена находится в коррекции. Потенциальное значение для верха находится на уровне 0.7746, по достижении которого ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Краткосрочное нисходящее движение, а также консолидация возможны в коридоре 0.7682 – 0.7671, пробой последнего значения приведет к движению до уровня 0.7648, этот уровень является ключевой поддержкой для верха.
Основная тенденция – восходящая структура от 22 июня, стадия коррекции.
Торговые рекомендации:
Buy: 0.7720 Take profit: 0.7735
Sell: 0.7682 Take profit: 0.7672
Sell: 0.7669 Take profit: 0.7650

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По паре Евро/Иена ключевыми уровнями в масштабе Н1 являются: 129.44, 128.73, 127.80, 127.30, 126.56, 126.04 и 125.24. Здесь мы продолжаем следить за восходящей структурой от 15 июня. На текущий момент ожидаем движение к уровню 128.73. Потенциальным значением для верха считаем уровень 129.44, от которого ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Краткосрочное нисходящее движение возможно в коридоре 127.80 – 127.30, пробой последнего значения приведет к движению до уровня 126.56, диапазон 126.56 – 126.04 является ключевой поддержкой для верха, его проход ценой будет располагать к формированию потенциала для нисходящего цикла.
Основная тенденция – восходящая структура от 15 июня.
Торговые рекомендации:
Buy: 127.90 Take profit: 128.73
Buy: 128.80 Take profit: 129.40
Sell: 127.80 Take profit: 127.33
Sell: 127.28 Take profit: 126.56

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По паре Фунт/Иена ключевыми уровнями в масштабе Н1 являются: 147.11, 146.39, 145.70, 144.82, 144.37 и 143.69. Здесь мы продолжаем следить за восходящей структурой от 21 июня. Консолидированное движение ожидаем в диапазоне 145.70 – 146.39. Потенциальным значением для верха считаем уровень 147.11, от которого ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Краткосрочное нисходящее движение возможно в коридоре 144.82 – 144.37, пробой последнего значения приведет к углубленной коррекции, здесь цель – 143.69, этот уровень является ключевой поддержкой для верха.
Основная тенденция – локальная восходящая структура от 21 июня, ожидаем уход в коррекцию.
Торговые рекомендации:
Buy: 146.42 Take profit: 147.10
Sell: 144.80 Take profit: 144.38
Sell: 144.35 Take profit: 143.70


          Story: "Embedded", The Future Fire, 24/4/2016   
Artwork by Miranda Jean
A cascade of black and green 1s and 0s
in waves and fractals
Presenting: "Embedded", a cyberpunk noir story, now dropped at The Future Fire, with artwork by Miranda Jean.
"Embedded" was written in my 4th week of Clarion under the watchful eye of N.K. Jemisin. I was challenged that week to write a type of story I wouldn't usually write, so I chose cyberpunk, mainly to take a chunk out of the alleged "masculine" history of the genre. I chose to write a social justice twist to the story because of many of the current issues pertaining to internet privacy, harassment and stalking, and how they affect queer people.

Thanks to all my Clarion classmates for their feedback, to Nora for her help on making this story (and all my writing) better, and Djibril at The Future Fire for believing in the trajectory of this tale.



          Quick Tip: How to Create Fun Spirographs and Fractals   

Spirographs and fractals look complicated but are actually very easy to create – it only takes a bit of experimentation. These fractals then can be used as artwork itself or as elements in photo manipulations, backgrounds, and graphic design related works. Preview of Final Results Step 1 We’re going to start by creating a 2000×2000 […]

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          Comment on Latest Gigabyte Brix Gaming is a compact, VR-ready desktop PC by Tango   
The FractalDesign Core 500 is 8x10x15; the Node 202 is 3x15x13. The other "small" cases on the market are equally enormous. The Gigabyte is 4x4x8. People like me, who appreciate the tiny footprint and still want performance, are the target audience for this. I would gladly pay this price if I could just find the unit offered somewhere. All I'm finding are the earlier versions. I suspect you're right about the upgrades. RAM will be easily upgradable, but I can't tell how accessible either the CPU or Graphics card will be. But who knows? If this takes off, maybe down the line Gigabyte will offer motherboard upgrades built for these cases.
          Comment on Another stunner from the Juno spacecraft: Jupiter’s giant cloud bands and ‘String of Pearls’ by Maia   
Yes, I understood you meant oil on water, but I still want to try some watercolor tricks. Actually, you can get watercolor pigment to float inside the water as it flows, and sometimes elaborate fractals appear, some fern-like, others cloud-like, ripples, swirls with tendrils and tendrilets....it's amazing. I discovered this by accident...using too much water on water-proof canvas with thick watercolor pigments. But I'll check out your videos, too!
          Fractal Analytics on the Great Place to Work List for 2017   
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey, July 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Fractal Analytics (http://www.fractalanalytics.com), a provider of analytics & AI, announced today that it has been ranked among the top 100 best companies to work for 2017 in India by The Economic Times in partnership with the...
          Fractal Analytics on the Great Place to Work List for 2017   
MUMBAI, July 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
          Fractal Analytics on the Great Place to Work List for 2017   
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey, July 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
          puppetmaster: RT @resetreboot Os comparto un relato corto que escribí hace unas semanas. Espero que os guste! https://versosenmarcados.com/2017/07/horizonte-fractal/   
RT @resetreboot Os comparto un relato corto que escribí hace unas semanas. Espero que os guste! https://versosenmarcados.com/2017/07/horizonte-fractal/
          Quick Tip: How to Create Fun Spirographs and Fractals   

Spirographs and fractals look complicated but are actually very easy to create – it only takes a bit of experimentation. These fractals then can be used as artwork itself or as elements in photo manipulations, backgrounds, and graphic design related works. Preview of Final Results Step 1 We’re going to start by creating a 2000×2000 […]

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           Insight Environmental Harmonizer (Healthcare & Fitness)   

Insight Environmental Harmonizer 1.0


Device: iOS Universal
Category: Healthcare & Fitness
Price: $6.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes)

Description:

Think of this app as an Energy Clearing App. Experience the healing power of Solfeggio Healing Tones and Kaleidoscopic Fractal Animations.

You could also use this app to Energetically Restructure Water. The Kaleidoscopic Fractal Animations can restructure water molecules.

Insight Environmental Harmonizer generates audible Solfeggio Healing Tones and Kaleidoscopic Fractal Healing Images using recursive mathematical principles.

A combination of these 2 powerful healing principles, can create an energetically clear environment.

Simply open the app, turn up your speakers and select start. Then listen to the powerful Solfeggio Healing Music.

You may find tremendous benefit by placing your hand over the screen of your device to soak up the Fractal Animations.

Enjoy

Insight Environmental Harmonizer