This is something I’ve been thinking about a while, but I haven’t typed it out yet. Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to type it out quite yet at the moment, so this is mostly a placeholder. The provocation is
I wrote a post for Ethnography Matters that was just published! Rather than re-creating it here, I’ll just link to it 🙂 Check out the post here!
Shad Gross and I made this Pee Timer as part of a workshop position paper. Check out our Instructables!
Through Bloominglabs I’ve had the chance to do some really cool volunteer work. The library system and the local children’s museum, Wonderlab, have a lot of programs, workshops, and events for kids. Some of the workshops that are more technology-centered
…okay, I guess you can look at these too. Whenever I get stuck or start feeling stupid and worthless and not PhD worthy, I always eventually figure out (or get advice on) how to get out of it by just
Today I finally got to laser cut the raspberry pi case I’ve been eyeing on thingiverse! (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:29456). I took a bunch of photos of the whole thing, so I’m going to let them do most of the talking. But first
I owed Joanna TWO birthday presents, so this is what I made for her. I loved the yarn for both of these projects, but the purples in the purple-y one definitely make it my favorite yarn I’ve ever worked with.
I’m working on installing raspbmc on my raspberry pi at the moment. You know, standard “oh, I have this…now what do I do with it?” kind of thing. I’ll keep this updated about how it goes! At first I had
Funny idea for a webcomic: psychics in a workplace, but the workplace is too bureaucratic to know how to use them properly, so they end up spending most of their time doing monotonous, stupid things that really don’t take advantage of
I’ve clearly been having a hard time keeping up with a regular schedule of blogging, but it’s certainly not for lack of trying! Because of that, I this is going to be more of a meta-post about productivity and productive