I seek to nurture communities and understand how people are impacted by their natural and built environments in cities. This tends to include issues of building infrastructure, renewable energy systems, housing, transportation, and education. I fancy exploring the field of digital humanities, poetic computation, and thinking about how we can reimagine the documentation of storytelling experiences. I dream about what the world would look like after societal collapse and how we could practice picking up the pieces. Or placing punctures to create points of release and relief in the system. I believe that another world is possible — another world is already here.Feel free to shoot me an email cstone3 [at] swarthmore.edu or leave me an obscure message on Your World of Text.
This website was made in HTML with CSS styling built in rather than on a separate CSS file. If you press [F12] you can see exactly how I made this site page by page. My first time learning HTML was when I was in the sixth grade. This little corner of the internet was inspired by of Olia Lialina and Dragan Espenschied's archive of GeoCities as well as Kyle Drake's revival of the framework on NeoCities.
The Outer Web
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Big List The Forest
If you're interested in making your own website, I also have a blog post about it and would be happy to chat.