Blake Progress in TeamTreehouse

Solving Code Problems

Learning code on Teamtreehouse has been really fun so far. Currently I am doing a WordPress Development Track, but am focusing on jQuery. What is nice about this section is that the teacher breaks down problems into manageable tasks using Four P’s of Problem Solving. Preparation Understand the problem Planning Plan out the solution Preform Do what’s […]

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Learning and Doing Art

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to draw with crayons on a table, during dinner. That made me remember my goal of doing more stuff with art this year. Will be uploading more images, video and audio soon to the media section of the website. I will be using various design and creative software to produce […]

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3x Community Update

Building community is hard work. Luckily I am using the book; Do Good Well: Your Guide to Leadership, Action and Social Innovation. Below is a 3x Community Update of the projects I am working on. Do Good Well has helped me to organize my thoughts and strategy. Each project has problems I have encountered, solutions, and things I […]

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Sustainable Thoughts: Straw or Corn Stover House via ModCell

I enjoy the mental task of imagining zero waste systems and I have a slight obsession with designing sustainable houses and architecture.  Years ago I came across the UK based ModCell prefabricated house. Their mission is folded into their vision of the future: ‘Structures combining high energy efficiency, use of renewable materials and the ability to capture carbon […]

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Crowdsourced Confidence and Funding

Crowdsourced Confidence and Funding

The idea to seek crowdfunding for the development costs of the Dyslexia App was one that struck me as ideal. Below is my pre-marketing campaign in Prefundia. I research all mainstream crowd-funding sites for “dyslexia, dyslexic” but this only revealed a couple documentaries, pleas from parents to fund their child’s education, and one website/app. I will go-live […]

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My Current Massive Open Online Courses

My participating in these somewhat disorienting learning Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCS, are self paced and somewhat controversial. I used a helpful video to find success in these MOOC’s with five steps. Orient (Choose your courses) Declare (So other people can see your chosen course, and learn what you’re learning about) Network (With other students, and learn […]

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SpaceX and the NASA Social of CRS3

SpaceX and the NASA Social of CRS3

NASA needs cheap, reliable and American access to space. As the New York Times reports, more Start-Ups Aim to Conquer Space Market. One of these companies is Space Exploration Technologies Corporation. SpaceX was chosen for missions to resupply the ISS with more cargo from a Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule.  The CRS3 mission was to be  launched […]

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Dutch Culture and Gift Giving

Dutch Culture and Gift Giving

Three areas that interest me are the Netherlands (from close family friends), the d.School at Stanford (my previous flatmate) and 3D modeling and printing. Happily, I found out of a opportunity to combine these different things from the twitter account of the Dutch Culture USA, and then from their website titled Dutch Design Competition USA 2014. […]

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