Let’s learn how to make big fun out of tiny computers! My online store featuring single-board microcontrollers, components and kits for beginners, hobbyists and educators. Tutorials currently in development for 2019.
A journal of showcasing small, creative works and exercises through computing. Kind of like a personal Glitch.
A mailing list sharing resources for digital nomads and other remotes workers. Part of a larger project I’m working on at SansOffice.com
A list of job boards and website remote-working freelancers can use to find work. The project currently contains 50+ resources. I’ve a written a guide on [how to effectively use this list for remote working](https://george.mand.is/2017/10/resources-and-strategies-for-remote-workers/.
I worked with Mount Hood Community College to run a pilot program that focused on teaching unemployed and underemployed people coding skills. The hope was to help people considering a career change and to get under-represented communities more involved in the industry.
I paid literal pennies online to ask people what was on their mind many years ago. You can peruse and search through the collection here.
My guitar + bass duo playing make-believe jazz with tinges of acoustic noir. Whatever that means :)
I make (And use!) my own guitar picks and sell them online. They’re particularly well-suited for gypsy-jazz and bluegrass styles, but anyone who enjoys aggressive picking on acoustic instruments will likely appreciate them.
A popular GitHub repository I started that quickly and easily adds an RSS feed to your Jekyll blog. Looking at the commit history of the main Jekyll repo I think this actually got integrated there at some point. Jekyll now handles RSS feeds out of the box in the exact same way my repo does, but I wasn’t involved in that.
Another popular GitHub repository I created for adding a silly easter-egg to your website based on the Konami Code.
Bicycle-centric projects and ideas. I also recently started making contributons to the code that runs the SHIFT to bike event calendar.