zengirl2 6 research notes and 10 wiki edits | Joined almost 5 years ago

Leslie Birch is a Philadelphia technologist using open-source hardware to grapple with environmental issues and physical connection. Her toolbox includes Arduino microcontrollers and sensors as well as tree cookies and moss. She creates projects and tutorials for Adafruit, a DIY electronics company, and also blogs about wearables and citizen science. She is currently getting her hands wet in stormwater run-off for a project dealing with climate change. Other geekery includes NASA Datanauts, CUSP (Climate & Urban Systems Partnership) and SciArt Center. Follow @zengirl2

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"TY so much for posting the details of this test @cfastie and @warren! " | Read more » over 2 years ago
"@nshapiro was so excited to see this work pop up in my in-box. I'll be blogging this on @adafruit tomorrow for #citizenscience. Great work and mayb..." | Read more » almost 3 years ago
"Bummer, I'm scheduled for an artist's opening on Friday night at my nature center (same weekend as the barnraising). However, I could swear I saw ..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago
"I live in Philly. I'm currently a LandLab Artist in Residence at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. I'm hoping to study stormwater..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago
"I noticed that you have a lot of Github info, but are you considering writing a tutorial? I'm interested in building a Riffle for Philly. Maybe yo..." | Read more » almost 5 years ago


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