Tag Archives: York University

The Personality of Graphers

Most people will interpolate graphs. Interpolating is an educated guess saying that, with uniform points on either side, you can assume points in the middle follow the same shape which is sometimes a straight line. For instance the grid like … Continue reading

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Foiled by a Simple Law

“I figured out how to shut the library computers down!” said my friend in a whisper though I could hear the exclamation mark. I was an easily distracted York University student in the late 1980’s so I simply said “Wha?” … Continue reading

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Almost Nazi Swastikas

I was surprised a couple of years ago when I saw this Boing Boing article about a Swastika shaped building in the US. In the article it was not even questioned that the offending shape must be changed even though … Continue reading

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Blast From the Past II

In the 1993/1994 school year, I contributed political cartoons to my York University student newspaper. So all of the following cartoons featuring Jacques O’ Christmas Tree were published in the Lexicon back then. I’ll try to make the jokes clearer … Continue reading

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