TL;DR – BRA has always strived to reach a 99.9% level of purity in what they send to buyers. This was made all the more obvious by the recent proclamations by countries like China who are now accepting only incredibly pure shipments, and BRA has been mostly unaffected by those moves. However, many of the … Read moreAn In-Depth Look at Changes to BRA’s Acceptable Materials List
I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Middlesex-London EMS headquarters grand opening! I was able to cut down a multi-hour affair down to 7 minutes, so hopefully you watch the whole thing. 🙂 If you have any questions about it, please let me know.
We are in a very exciting time, as usual, for technology. Virtual reality has risen from the ashes thanks to Oculus’ successful Kickstarter campaign a few years ago (and subsequent acquisition by Facebook), Google Cardboard, Samsung’s GearVR, and HTC & Valve’s Vive. Not to mention augmented reality platforms like Microsoft’s HoloLens, Meta, and LeapMotion. The problem? … Read moreDesigning with Empathy Using VR
I would like to discuss an issue that falls under the Communication portion of my platform, that being planning notice signs. We see these fairly often around Middlesex Centre. There is one in Ilderton right now in a field at the corner of Hyde Park Rd and Ilderton Rd. They vary in size depending on … Read morePlanning Notice Signs
I just finished reading The London Plan last night. It’s a good read, albeit much longer than I anticipated. I know the rationale for the length (it’s explained in the document), but it does make parsing the what, why, and how a bit more difficult. The video provides the highlights on precisely why The London … Read moreThe London Plan – Initial Thoughts