Working In Uncertainty

Yuletide greetings

Each year I do something to interest or entertain people I know and usually it is online.

Year Title and link Description
2018

Let us give thanks

Thanks to many usually-unsung heroes.

2017

Peak Christmas

An optimistic story about a more sustainable future and how it might come about.

2016

Yuletide Dinner Table

A simulation of two dimensional particles. I'm sure proper scientists don't do this with turkeys and sprouts.

2015

Christmas Snowfall Challenge

A simple game to collect snow flakes in Santa's bag.

2014

The good news 2014

A collection of important good news stories from the year.

2013

A Christmas scenario

A short story about a Christmas Day in the future, showing how our lives might have changed for the better.

2012

Christmas Frost Flakes

An animation that gradually builds up a seasonal greeting using an algorithm used in Bayesian statistics.

2011

Christmas Snowfall

A surprisingly satisfying game with swirling snow flakes. See how many pretty effects you can achieve.

2008

Christmas message

The letters of the message and scrambled at first but resolve using a force directed algorithm. Simple but quite pleasing.

2007

The Brothers and the White Hand

Another story about Osber, Pieder, and Berzifal. This also comes in a children's version and an audio version.

2006

The Brothers and the Wolves

The frightening story of how Osber, Pieder, and Berzifal come to town. This also comes in an audio version.

2005

Xmas quiz

Some risky scenarios to think about.

2004

Christmas Fair Mince Pie Sales

A game that simulates selling mince pies at a fair.


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