An investigation into a small bug that caused a big problem.
This program lets you explore etymology by visualizing phonetic and semantic connections between words. Inspired by Gabor Ugray’s talk on Chinese characters at !!con.
An extra-dimensional tic tac toe game written in Elm, with networked multiplayer support.
A series of short investigations into meaningful archival access, created during RC's annual alumni reunion week. Technical overview here: https://bits.ashleyblewer.com/blog/2020/05/14/notes-on-exploring-the-vasulka-pdf-archive/.
A beautiful, explorable representation of a wall of postcards that were eventually all sent in the mail. Check out the code here: https://github.com/pselle/postcardwall.
Ugh, gender! But you can't learn Spanish or German or Hebrew or any number of other languages without it. Genderizer highlights grammatically gendered nouns in different colors to help you out.
You know style when you see it, but can a computer? This project explores the use of convolutional neural nets for image classification of 10 different types of clothing and accessories.
The traditional sticker system is now an app, thanks to a newly home schooling family.
Want to tweet but, like, not on Twitter? This shell script's got you.
Teaching an AI to solve a maze using q-learning!