If It’s All Flat It’s No Fun
Small digest-sized zine that collects together a variety of my favorite trails and bike rides in the Los Angeles area. Available free at a number of local bike shops. Or here is the PDF.
A small print run collecting together 30 of the stories from this site (and not including the novella) is now available for purchase for $5. All proceeds from the book ($4/book) will go to the Protect and Defend Trans Youth Fund. There are no new stories in this collection.
purchase the book here (update: sold out!) or read any of the stories for free here. If you’re curious about what the insides looked like, here’s a PDF.
The RNN ebook, One Long Panel of Stones collects together the novella along with 40 stories from this site (the 10 not included couldn’t make the transition to the non-interactive ebook format).
The ebook is DRM-free (where stores allow it) and (should be–sometimes Amazon makes it a dollar for some reason!) available for free at these retailers:
If you hate online stores, here are free PDF and EPUB (you’ll need to unzip the EPUB):
To send the EPUB file to a Kindle, head to this site and follow the instructions. The PDF should work anywhere the EPUB doesn’t, but if you want to request a specific file format, reach out through the contact form.
Idiot’s Guide to the Raspberry Pi
Long outdated, but still available, this book was a contract to provide an introduction to the Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi is an inexpensive, simple computer that’s about the size of a credit card. It has multiple inputs and outputs that make it the foundation for almost a limitless number of projects — from creating a wi-fi hot spot to an elaborate, programmed LED light show. Idiot’s Guides: Raspberry Pi is the perfect beginner book for learning how it works, how to program it (using Scratch, a basic program for programming Linux), how to connect it to an existing device, and how to put together some basic first projects.