Monthly Archives: April 2010

Dry erase marker holder

Built this to go on our wall of whiteboards over at Hack Pittsburgh. It’s a 6.5″ long piece of 2×4 that was ripped to be about 2.5″ wide, with four 7/8″ holes drilled at 1.5″ offsets. To hold it to … Continue reading

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In case of stairs, use fire (plus HOWTO)

Just a silly re-consideration of a sign my friend Nancy found. Hit the jump for a making-of…

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Photos from the GA/GI Festival

Full set here.

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RSS Invaders: A novel approach to managing information overload in syndicated feed readers

At SIGBOVIK, the annual conference held in honor of Harry Q. Bovik, I presented the latest research by myself and my esteemed colleague Marty McGuire in the area of optimizing the way in which we consume content. The result, as … Continue reading

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Making motors at the Children’s Museum

Today at the Children’s Museum, I worked with Paul to prototype a workshop activity that I will be running there with Hack Pittsburgh in the near future. After a few failed attempts while we worked out the right combination of … Continue reading

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