Category Archives: research

I was on NPR’s Where We Live Yesterday

I was interviewed yesterday on CT NPR’s “Where We Live.” I have never done live radio before so was not sure what to expect but had a great time. The topic was “design thinking” and “data visualization.” I am introduced at 39:00 in the segment. Link:

On Panel: Brownfield Conference in Philadelphia April 5

This should be interesting and with a great group. Come out if you are in the area! URL: Panelists: Michael Heimbinder, HabitatMap; Brooke Singer, Eyebeam Art + Technology; Douglas Paulson and Valeria Mogilevich, Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) About the Panel: The French sociologist Henri LeFebvre wrote that urban space has a structure like […]

TCK’s I-Scream Demo, a big hit

We had loads of fun on Saturday in The Counter Kitchen for the second demo, I-Scream, with Mike Lee. He took us step-by-step through the ingredients in Bryer’s ice cream. When someone asked what’s up with the polysorbate80, Mike simply responded: “The ingredients in Bryer’s ice cream exist to make the shareholders happy.” Ah, huh? […]

TCK’s Devotion to Lotion Workshop

We just wrapped up the Devotion to Lotion workshop at Eyebeam with Rachel Winard of Soapwalla. It was awesome! She took apart the 23 ingredients in Johnson & Johnson baby lotion and rebuilt the pink potion way better and with way less ingredients. It’s so good you can eat it. More info will be up […]