Here is some stuff to keep you occupied.

2012. (Very) lightweight statistics library written for Processing.

Visualizing Daft Punk's Harder Better Faster Stronger with a Chord Diagram
2013. Processing + Minim audio library + Daft Punk. Fast Forward to 1:50 unless you have all day. (Seriously, even my mom skips ahead!)

2013. Cynthia Brewer's ColorBrewer data set meets d3.js.

One of the very first things I made when trying to learn d3 (and javascript). Not for the impatient and a great way for the patient to lose their patience! Please lower your expectations before viewing the site.

potato potaatoh

Node Module Readme Docs
2014. README docs from a select subset of node modules, compiled into HTML, formatted the way I like them. No more digging through sub-sub-sub-sub-folders!

Made back when node nested all dependencies within the main dependency and I wanted documentation that was easier to navigate for *just* the libraries I was using.

UC Berkeley
Before I started working at Apple. I was a graduate student at UC Berkeley where I got to work with dynamics guru Oliver O'Reilly, on plant growth, error analysis, quaternions, and stiffness matrices. I also learned just how awesome the human spine is by working on a musculoskeletal model of it. Along the way, I realized the intervertebral disc is pretty dope too. Gob Ears!

Updated regularly irregularly using telepathy.