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The Potty Training Exit Survey
I'm (just barely) starting to blog about data for families and households. One of the first pieces I want to do is about potty training, and there's some gaps in the existing literature that I'm hoping to address by collecting some data from parents on when and how they did potty training. If you've potty trained a child *within the past year*, and feel like sharing how it went, I would be most appreciative if you do this 5 minute survey. I'll share the results back here and at littldata.com.
Reimagining Recovery: A Neurodiversity Club
I've started a pilot group for a new kind of peer support group in Portland, Oregon as an alternative to 12-step models, SMART recovery, Refuge Recovery, and more. The project revolves around mental health, addiction, harm reduction, social justice, the politics of trauma, self-empowerment, accessibility, and inclusion. [more inside]
Preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse with Android
A new take at "Getting Started with Android". Rather than yet-another-boring-screencast, we've interspersed it with a narrative story (involving zombies). [more inside]
Post-Structuralism Explained With Hipster Beards
So I've started tutoring a university course which touches on structuralism and post-structuralism. It's a pretty complex and unwieldy theoretical history to get your head around, so I made this BuzzFeed list to help my students navigate their way through it. I'm writing part 2 (with added GIFs!) which I'll link from the end of the article tomorrow. [more inside]
Gametron 7000 (GT7K) is a web-based game-building toolkit, designed and built by myself for use in non-programming-centric game design classes I've been teaching in NYC. It's almost all visual (no coding) and allows non-tech-savvy game creators to make fairly simple 2D sprite-based games. Even though it's a little rough around the edges, hopefully it's fun to use! [more inside]
Python for biologists
I taught a learn-to-program course this summer for biologists with no previous programming experience. I got lots of requests from the participants for an online version of the course, so here it is! Learn to program in Python with no previous experience required, using lots of biological / bioinformatics examples. [more inside]