I opened up a gifted keyboard and found an alligator clip and a potentiometer still in the case. So I started poking around and had a lot of fun! This is my first bent keyboard. I really enjoyed making this and I’m currently working on another more ambitious project.

          September 29th, 2017

Hey I made a tape! Let me know if you want one!

          January 6th, 2017

Big drugs little drugs. What begins with drugs?

          June 25th, 2015

I’ve been the organizing force behind a choose your own adventure story with each branch or choice written by a different person. If you’re interested in contributing send me an email. It’ll be a zine and online when it’s done!

          June 19th, 2015

Dichotomous thinking

I was reading a letter in the MOFGA newsletter the other day that sounded to me like some ignorant old man complaining about organic hydroponics: “There isn’t any soil in hydroponic production.” Yes, that’s the idea. And, “Big money is presently invested in ‘vegetable factories’ and ‘vertical farms’ where production is hermetically sealed in huge warehouses filled with LED lights and nutrient pumps.” It’s implied that all these things are wrong, but it’s never mentioned why they’re wrong. And then I see the letter was written by none other than Eliot Coleman who literally wrote the book on small scale organic ag.

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          June 13th, 2015



Notes From the Undergrads (story)

“Holy shit, guess who fucking messaged me today”
“No idea”
“Elaine. fucking. Bunter”
“That brainy bitch from psych?”
“With the gloves”
“She’d wear green gloves every day”
“Even in the summer”
“And put her hair in three pony tails”
“I know!”
“Winter gloves in the summer”
“Anyway, get this”
“What?”
“She’s getting married”
“FUCK! To who? Don’t fucking tell me it’s Jordan Stein”

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          June 1st, 2015

Sean’s Gloves (story)

Where the hell did his gloves go? There was an anathema of things going wrong and things going right. Earlier that day he’d been pulled over for speeding–the third time this week–on account of a wily, suspiciously hard of hearing mechanic who, upon handing our hero a large list of tasks performed or needed to be performed on his truck (brake fluid streamlining? Initial response system upgrade? Flester bolts tightened?) with an exorbitant number at the bottom, seemed a bit too confident exclaiming “She’ll really run now!” and now his speedometer was entirely unpredictable and incorrect, Sean guessing there was maybe some kind of exponential relationship between the wheels and needle with no real way to tell.

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          June 1st, 2015


Lego computer

I bought legos and computer parts and put them together with hot glue! It runs on 60W of power.

I started with the love for legos, small computers, and design. I used LEOcad to make the intial design and bought all the bricks through bricklink.com, which is a network of lego-selling hobbyists. I kept to my design strictly, but bought used parts from my local FreeGeek when I could. It cost a little more than 300 dollars.

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          June 1st, 2015


Magladoria

A 45 minute documentary goof-fest. Finished in 2012.

          June 1st, 2015