"Monster in the Wilderness" is a solo journaling game about lying in wait for a hero who wants to come to your lair and steal your stuff. Play using random generators, or by building a house of cards.
What I'd say to my dead husband if I had the chance. [more inside]
This is my daily journal comic, "Oh, Boy!". I announced it here about a year ago (I think). Lots has changed in the style and format, and it recently moved from my website to instagram. I now post a comic every evening by simply taking a photo of my sketchbook w/ my phone and zapping it onto Instagram. This makes the comic a lot easier to keep up w/, as I was scanning each comic and coloring in Photoshop. I hope you'll enjoy it. Thanks, Jed
I posted an update about this a while back. I've since revamped my efforts, built a new website, and made an attempt at drawing the strip in a more uniform way. I hope you'll check it out, and let me know what you think. I post a new comic up there everyday. Please, subscribe via email though the website if ya dig 'em! You can also follow the comics on instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ohjed Thanks! Jed
A long time ago, in 2010, I made a comic strip, Champ 2010. It was a daily (mostly) strip following my year of no drinking. Someone shared it here and that was sorta fun. Anyway, I thought I'd share my new project, "Oh, Boy!". Also a daily comic. Thanks!
I’ve recently finished my master’s degree in computer science at the Technical University of Munich and will walk to my hometown in Austria over the course of seven days, starting tomorrow (14 September, 9:00 CEST). This website is my hiking journal. [more inside]
What would you share if no one knew it was you? Anon is a simple app where anyone can anonymously share a photo and a message for the world to see. [more inside]
This is the first issue of a new poetry journal (quarterly online, print annual) I created and edited. An additional feature of the journal is Really System Labs, where the text of each issue will be recombined, remixed, and remodeled.
The newest issue of the journal The Good Society is out today. This year, we're experimenting with an open-access window: the issue will remain open on JSTOR's site until the end of February. This issue is devoted to "Civic Studies" and "Aristotelian Political Theory" and features some articles I'm pretty proud to have published. (previously) [more inside]
After years of studying these shibboleths, and tracking my research progress here, I'm happy to share some data results from the 2010 survey. My first published article, Sociophonetic Variation in an Internet Place Name is available in Names: A Journal of Onomastics special issue on Names, Naming and the Internet (Maney Publishing). Enjoy! [more inside]
Marginalia is where I've been living for the past six months. It's a simple app for keeping notes and journals with one interesting twist: creating and appending to notes via email. If I have a random thought or idea on the go, I can just send an email to Marginalia and it'll automatically create a note. [more inside]
I've been developing software for around 8 years. I've discovered the basic problems people need solved over and over again to have a successful presence online. I've managed to come up with a project that has almost all of them solved from the beginning. This allows you to continue doing what you do best without having to find ways to "send email newsletters" or "create a calendar of events"; these basic needs will already be figured out for you. The best part is you can have some powerful software to focus on the success of your organization, not the troubleshooting of technical problems.
I created a daily food diary to keep track of what I eat, the calories I've consumed, and my thoughts about the day's intake. [more inside]
Jotunheim is an iPhone app that lets you post to Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Flickr, and mlkshk. One at a time or all at once. So, you can keep your people up-to-date, even if they're not all on the same social network. [more inside]
Curiosity is a new literary journal published by the Raven Book Store in Lawrence, Kansas. Issue one includes contributions from metafilter members Miko, COBRA!, luckypozzo, and Lentrohamsanin, as well as illustrations by Noel Tuazon and Adam Koford, and myself. [more inside]