As with design, writing permeates much of what I do, from legal argument to scripting instructional videos. Consequently, exploring this site offers a pretty good survey of my writing. That being said, I have put together a cross-section of my work below.
Fiction & Play
- Life, Lawyerist (2016 Short Fiction Contest Winner).
- Driverless Cars Poised to Undermine War on Drugs: A Dispatch from the Future, Lawyerist.
- Flowcharts (a web comic).
- Uncovering Big Bias with Big Data, Lawyerist.
- Bureaucrats and Mathemagicians: Data Science and the Public Defenders, Law Technology Today.
- Coding By, For, and With Lawyers, Law Technology Today.
- ABA's First Hackathon: How a Public Defender Built Due Processr, Law Technology Today.
- Eagles for Equality, The Huffington Post.
- The Tabletop Explainer, YouTube Partner. (over 6 million views)
- Heads in the Clouds, the Coming Storm: The Interplay of Cloud Computing, Encryption, and the Fifth Amendment's Protection Against Self-incrimination, Boston University School of Law Journal of Science and Technology Law.
- A Truly World-Wide Web: What If Totalitarian Regimes Couldn't Censor the Net?, The Huffington Post.
- Full-Body Scans v. Nude Screenings: A Back-of-the-Envelope Calculation, The Huffington Post.
- Let the Two-Way Conversation Begin, techPresident.
- Trading Places, British Council Ezine (Internet Archive cache).
- Debunking Brain Gym, Tilts at Windmills.
- Phylm, AAPT 127th National Meeting.
- Moving Targets, NOVA Online.
The story of how I used Virginia court cases to discover what best predicts defendant outcomes: race or income.
Hackathon's aren't just for Silicon Valley. Lawyers, from public defender's to BigLaw, benefit, too.
Sometimes funny, sometimes helpful, always flow charts. Wait, that would make a great Venn Diagram... New chart every Sunday morning.
My first byline, Moving Targets is a Hot Science piece I wrote while interning for NOVA Online, the companion site to PBS's NOVA. It explains how to measure the radial velocities of stars.