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Mibo for smartphone microscopy

Posted on Aug 12, 2014

Mibo for smartphone microscopy

Microscopy images from a smartphone equipped with a mibo kit.

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Our “Course Outline” Display

Posted on Nov 6, 2012

Our “Course Outline” Display

I teach chemistry, but I am a kindergarten teacher by heart.  I favor the bright, vibrant, tactile, and physical.  I’m also deeply of the meta persuasion, believing that one must care about the details but never lose sight of the bigger picture. As the school year kicks off, I mused about how to present the course outline.  Do I send off two pages of PDF?  Do I send off a spreadsheet?  Should it be “moodle-lized”?  The progress should be planned, and the plan clearly...

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Clocks of History (Chinese Dynasty edition)

Posted on Nov 3, 2012

Clocks of History (Chinese Dynasty edition)

An experimental project that accurately portray historical time as a clock-face. The current outcome is one where Chinese dynasties are juxtaposed against periods in Western history.

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Painting: Lonely Winter Tower

Posted on Jan 7, 2012

Painting: Lonely Winter Tower

A digital painting of a lonely winter tower

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Wikipedia Illustration: 2011 Highlights

Posted on Dec 31, 2011

Wikipedia Illustration: 2011 Highlights

What Jon drew for Wikipedia in 2011.

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Pictorial Guide to Thin Layer Chromatography, feat. Lego

Posted on Dec 16, 2011

Pictorial Guide to Thin Layer Chromatography, feat. Lego

A comic explaining how thin-layer chromatography works, using a whimsical analogy featuring Lego on a lego-beach.

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