- Doggie Bandana, Marshall Thompson. Marshall got me good with this one.
- Water Power Plant, Bernard. Similar to Windmill. In both cases, I'd like to know if what we're seeing would power a light bulb, a fridge, or a car. As in, I really want to know. No math teacherly pretense here. If you can help me answer that question, I am your eager student.
- Snow, man, Patrick Brandt. I skipped this one initially, but Patrick's question has been gnawing at me since I saw it. Can anyone suggest a redesign?
- London Eye, Edwin Ulmer. I've been looking for just this kind of clip for a long while. Three cheers for Internet-based collaboration.
- Shoot the Gap, LDH. Recently, I expressed a sense that posting video of GGB / GSP applets tends to miss the best parts of both. This one is different.
My own listings:
At the end of a session in Toronto just now somebody asked me how much time it takes to come up with these kinds of tasks. "More or less than when you made tasks on paper?"
"Definitely more," I said. But, brother, can you see I'm trying to suppress some kind of goofy smile in Popcorn Picker? Same with Coffee Traveler, where I'm grinning off screen. At a certain point, I stopped coding this kind of production as "work." No disrespect at all if that's not your thing.
Do people who upload more have higher perplexity scores? No, they don't. I would like to see an animation of those points over time, though.