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Hello to all you folks visiting for Pi Day! Every year around March 14th, I tend to get a lot of traffic to my little website (and to this page in particular). Though this was an old Flash experiment of mine from many years ago, I’m happy to still see folks getting some enjoyment out of it after all this time. If you’re interested in seeing more Flash work, I have some other stuff posted in my experiments/projects section.

I’ve also been maintaining a blog for some time now (I’ve been making daily entries since July, 2002). If something interesting has happened to me in the last eight years, well… it’s probably up here on the blog, somewhere. Below are a few older posts you might find of interest. I invite you to explore and browse around a while. Thanks for stopping by!

Clowns in the Cemetery, National Clown Week
Sumo Wrestlers in the Conference Room
Water Balloon War, Frankfort Fall Festival
Free Robot Hugs: Halloween Costume, 2010
The Six Arby’s Roast Beef Sandwiches Challenge
Chris Tackles a Fake Starbucks Snowman
I’m a Finalist: MSI Month at the Musem Contest
The Postcard Machine, Renegade Craft Fair
Shane’s Amazing, Kick Ass Fireworks Display

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. i think this is cool and weird

    Indya Reply


    • Hello:

      Are there any attempts to put music to the roots of functions etc so that graphs may get a musical piece associated with them?

      Thank You

      jim Reply


  2. cool

    crazymonkey Reply


  3. This tool is neat application of pi. I like how it mixes math and music.

    Bri Reply


  4. how do you represent 0?

    Moni Reply


  5. he he, nevermind. I got it :)

    Moni Reply


  6. My students totally loved this website and activity. Thank you!

    Ms. Tiller Reply


  7. Happy Pi Day! I’m listening to this as I do my homework.. Geometry homework.. about circles :D

    Robin Reply


  8. Try putting all the prime numbers (2,3,5,7) in the treble clef and all the composite numbers in the bass clef or vice versa. It makes some nice patterns depending on the voicing you’re using.

    Zach Reply


  9. Have you tried converting pi to base 12 so that the entire chromatic scale can be utilized in one stream?

    William Glaser Reply


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