Dream Date: This is a sci-fi / spec-fi short story about the potential future dangers of data ownership, given current practices of data ownership and sharing. It's also a fun thought experiment about what it'd be like to find your ideal partner by analyzing your dreams!
Private Life of American Psychology - Part 1: This is a work in progress of a novel I'm working on that takes place over a 30 year time period. The part here comes from the 1990's and may be enjoyable to some people to get to know the characters and be nostalgic for the 90's
Death of a Lunch Lady: This is a short piece inspired by a tragic death that happened in my neighborhood growing up.
Matter of Interpretation: This is a short piece about a Christmas Dinner between family where each generation is going through changes that are harder and harder to bridge.
Beyond The Flipped Classroom: This is a paper published in SIGSCE 2015 about a model and implementation of hackathons for active, flipped classrooms.
Modern Science and the Sellarsian Worry: A philosophy essay from a graduate course I took with Robert Brandom at University of Pittsburgh on Wilfrid Sellars and the place of humans in metaphysics. Old, but maybe interesting enough to go in here.