Tag Archives: Asperger’s Syndrome

Spoons Theory/Splines Theory — Today’s observations

As some of you know there is a theory about living with disabilities called Spoon Theory, and maybe even Splines Theory.  Today in the shower I was going through my shower stuff, and was also thinking about working and what I would do today. I had been washing my hair, and I was thinking along, […]

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Lack of activity

For the last little while there has been a lack of activity, well, mostly a lack of visible activity.  Well, not entirely just a lack of visible activity, as even stuff going on in the background hasn’t been going on. So here I am trying to put a few of those pieces together. Social issues […]

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Huzza live stream (Open Psychology Project) December

The December 2016 stream went live.  And you can watch it there.  I intend to find a way to put the stream (maybe edited) here as well. Earlier today we had a live video stream on Huzza, and we covered a number of topics including: Huzza and video streaming Using as a broadcast method (or […]

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Partial Review of Tony Attwood’s *The Complete Guide to Asperger’s Syndrome*

I picked up a used copy of this book (actually I believe an earlier edition of it possibly), and had started to read it, but with the combination of the writing, and the fact that after having spent well over a month almost entirely outside, in snow and cold, it still smelt far too much […]

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