A while ago I was contacted by Nokia, because they wanted to launch a "hands free challenge". They asked me to be one of their six final judges, and to contribute one of my origami videos to get the whole project started.
Anyways, if you want to see the result, visit http://www.nokia.com/freehandschallenge, or go directly to my video. It's neither available on happyfolding, nor on YouTube (although that might change in the future). Enjoy!
Ok, so it's only the student newspaper. But still: they did a 2-page feature for origami in the culture section. There's an online version of the issue at http://www.cherwell.org/cherwell/images/stories/PDFs/TT08/2008tt4wk3.pdf, and origami is on page 22/23. I've attached a pdf that only shows those two pages.
After a long day, I've finally finished changing to a different gallery system. There were some issues with the one I previously used, and I'd been dreading the task of changing to a different system. But today I finally did! This included deleting all old images, and adding all those images using the new image module I'm using.
Unfortately, this means that comments on pictures were lost. I might be able to reproduce them somewhere in the future, but right now it'd just be too time-consuming.
I just came across a site you might be interested in, if you like happyfolding.com:
http://pem.org/origami/ features seven instructional origami videos made by Michael LaFosse. I folded along with the instructions to the Alexander Swallowtail Butterfly, and it worked like a charm. Very well done, Michael!