Kyle Denuccio

SURFER Contributor

7.18.12

Features

The Toxic Gulf

The uncalculated aftermath of the deepwater horizon oil spill

The uncalculated aftermath of the deepwater horizon oil spill.

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7.10.12

Blogs

Shaped by Software

How new technology is shaping the designer

As the tools of a craft evolve, so too do the craftsmen. The late ’90s saw the first glimpses of computer-aided design (CAD) being applied to surfboard manufacturing. Since, the programs and processes have improved, allowing an art once left solely in the hands of traditional shapers to be accessible to those with little or no hands-on shaping experience. And, consequently, with this shift from handsaw and planer to keyboard and mouse comes a simultaneous shift in the profile of the surfboard shaper.

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6.27.12

Features

State of the Parks

Unfunded and unsupervised, many California State Parks prepare to close their gates

Unfunded and unsupervised, many California State Parks prepare to close their gates.

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10.19.11

Features

The Road to Nowhere

We thought we killed it. But like a zombie, the Trestles toll road is back

We thought we killed it. But like a zombie, the Trestles toll road is back.

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6.14.11

Features

Webcast Evolution

How technology is changing the way we watch heats, for better or worse

How technology is changing the way we watch heats, for better or worse.

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4.5.11

Features

Save San Onofre…Again

A proposed wave farm at San Onofre ignites new debate

A proposed wave farm at San Onofre ignites new debate.

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3.29.11

Features

A Day in the Life of a Surf Reporter

Insight into the surfing world's most obscure profession

Insight into the surfing world's most obscure profession.

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