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
- Flowcharts (a web comic).
- 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 5 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.
An anagram of my full name, and my blog, here you will find musings on the law, science, education, technology, design, and life.
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.