Hello, cats and kittens! My name is Glen Chiacchieri. I've worked at the MIT Media Lab on Scratch, at a wacky research lab called Dynamicland with Bret Victor, and now I'm becoming a psychotherapist. I've made tons of projects over the years and this website is a public archive of pretty much all the creative stuff I've done. Please feel free to email me for any reason.
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An interactive video redesign of a documentary about schooling in the American civil rights era.
A sweaty game pointing toward the future of computing.
Sketches of an interactive arithmetic for programming.
A human-readable interactive explanation of a code library.
A newsletter detailing progress on my research into programming environments to help beginners and experts create and understand computer programs.
A Chrome extension that puts quantity in humans terms.
A quite powerful robot that creates a Wifi network as it drives. A student project.
A game where you scream at your computer or mobile. A SF Stupid Hackathon project. (Try it in Firefox.)
A shirt for the cute anti-capitalist in your life.
Automatic suggestions for writing poetry.
Animations in your URL bar. (Doesn't work in Safari.)
I organized a "hackathon" where people make useless and terrible things.
Oh my goodness what are you doing down here? D-did you look through everything? Already? Oh dear... What are we going to do with you?