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.
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Long outdated, but still available, this book was a contract to provide an introduction to the Raspberry Pi.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.