I’ve lost track of how many blogs I’ve had over the last 15 years. While most of them have been personal or travel-oriented in nature, I’ve maintained Discrete Cosine – on and off – since January of 2006.
Originally, Discrete Cosine was intended as a video-industry oriented site – news, reviews and tips on things I was doing while working in the TV Studios at the University of Minnesota. Over time, it followed my migration into academic-technology oriented work, and then became fully dormant when I left the University in August of 2011.
I’ve now migrated the old Discrete Cosine content to the WordPress platform, and that’s where you find yourself now. Rather than start fresh, I’m considering this a bit of a reboot – I like the Discrete Cosine name too much to leave it behind.
For now, this site will just be a place for me to post thoughts about technology (and related stuff) which are too long to fit in a tweet.
I’ll continue to post more personal content on the major social networks, and my travel blogging will continue to live at travel.discretecosine.com.
We’ll see how long this lasts, but for now, it’s a start. Please bear with me as I get things a bit more organized.