Month: November 2020
and of course, food rules!
The first in the new series of “Conversations with Elena” …
A new feature: Conversations with Elena
The following post is the first in what I hope will be a series of posts by a friend and former colleague, Elena Chiocchetti.
You may remember Elena from her help with some of my Italian explorations. In addition to those more technical discussions, we exchange email about cultural differences between the U.S. and Italy, as well as about current events. Over the past several years since I moved away from Italy, I have enjoyed our exchanges, especially those on which Elena holds forth on a topic. She writes well, amusingly, and often with the intention of being provocative, so I suggested that she be a guest blogger here. After some back and forth, she agreed, with the content being edited (by me) from our email. Since we write (mostly) in Italian (I need the practice much more than she needs practice in English), I’ll give the original Italian version, and then my (computer assisted) translation into English below it.
On to the first “Conversation with Elena.” Avanti! (=Onwards!)
Cyclartcy and Colors
What’s not to like about CC?
Miso and marmite
M&M, but not sweet …
Visual aspects of Cyclartcy
Behind the Cyclartcy scenes …
Theme song for the day: Round, Round, Round …
While the math isn’t hard, skip this post if you’re not interested in the math of Cyclartcy.
Cyclartcy: From arbitrary to art
Cycling around modern art …