There's more to life than research and teaching, of course.
In my copious free time over the years, I've written science
songs, articles on research-based coaching,
and other stuff.
Also filed under "Miscellany" are the external links
The all-too-human side of a scientific study on endurance
A former labmate who makes high-speed recordings of tail-rattling snakes and low-speed recordings of jumping slugs.
The CoHo Team of
A real estate group, founded by former lab-mate Will Kemper, that donates
one third of its commissions to community development.
The scientific illustration side business of my colleague Steve Nakazawa Hewitt.
Eric Freeberg Illustration
Children's book illustrator/running friend #1.
Children's book illustrator/running friend #2.
A nonpartisan nonprofit that evaluates the accuracy of political TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases.
Greg Crowther's online videos
Short home movies, mostly of my son.
Free tutorials on website design, all written in a friendly, conversational style.
A college running teammate who uses bacteria and protists to study community ecology.
A high school running teammate and musical collaborator who completed a
doctoral dissertation in computer science about pronouns.
My Track Record
My blog concerning "explorations of life's curves and straightaways."
Real Change News
A weekly newspaper focused on homelessness in Seattle.
Sing About Science
My other blog, which was launched as part of a pilot project on educational uses of science songs.
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A free tool that will check your website for broken links.