Monthly Archives: October 2011

Free Play Action Shot

My best moment of timing? You can pick it out in this photograph. Worst moment. Waiting a tad too long in my spot in left field and then being unable to shuffle backward through three inches of mud to pluck … Continue reading

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ARK: Perimeter


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Intrinsic Motivation

This cartoon gets at the essence of intrinsic motivation–when this kind of motivation is considered to be a simple phenomena, rather than a feature of Edward Deci and Richard Ryan’s deep self-determination theory. The following earlier cartoon, lead the way … Continue reading

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Waning Days of Free Play

Action shots, from an ideal fall Sunday morning. [flashvideo filename= width=”512″ height=”388″ bufferlength=”30″ /]

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The Jobs of a Lifetime

So we went to Atari and said, `Hey, we’ve got this amazing thing, even built with some of your parts, and what do you think about funding us? Or we’ll give it to you. We just want to do it. … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Dishes

Standing at the sink on the first evening of being the cabin owner’s guest, the owner stood next to me at the sink, observing the fruits of my having offered to do the dishes, and, after a few minutes, told … Continue reading

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