I’ve just been posting in my other blog (https://aspergersbigbang.wordpress.com/) about Ghost Map by Steven Johnson, and I don’t think I’ve posted here about my own Ghost Map. Like many of my research projects, it never seems to get to a … Continue reading
I’m too excited to wait for the final polish on some of these charts.
Yes, this chart really is a summary of an awful lot of information. Not theory. Not a projection from a small sample. It includes information from every shelter in Oregon that I know about (well, there’s one for-profit shelter in … Continue reading
I started volunteering at my local animal shelter in 1987. In 2001, I began gathering and analyzing data pertaining to companion animals. The Spayship began as an idea for a mobile spay/neuter clinic, was somewhat embodied in the Oregon Neutermobile … Continue reading
I looked at the most common names coming in to our 3 OR NSNRT clinics one year. I thought it was amusing. most popular cat names most popular dog names Clinic 1 Clinic 2 Clinic 3 Clinic1 Clinic2 Clinic3 Charlie … Continue reading
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