more detailedly, I am a programmer, linguist, and problem-solver who’s lived occasionally in places from New York City to Berkeley and is currently in Michigan. I’m also a student (for now and for always), a teacher, a Hacker Schooler (‘alum’ 2012) and a DataDiver, and an enthusiast for most things, from dish sanitizer mechanics to astronomy to teaching strategies. I believe in open licensing. I support diversity and inclusion along all axes. I love maps and language and plants and bikes and co-ops, and I like to make stuff work.
I write a lot, but infrequently here and mostly about why I love what I’m doing at a given moment, so don’t expect much from the blog; this site is in Octopress until it moves elsewhere on something else – we’ll see.
aerenchyma refers to spaces or air channels in the leaves, stems and roots of some plants, which provide a low-resistance internal pathway for the exchange of gases such as oxygen and ethylene between the plant above the water and the submerged tissues, says Wikipedia (I’m not exactly a biologist, but the world is pretty neat).