The blog is updated

I am pleased to announce the first-ever change in the style of this blog.  I hope you find it more accessible and usable.  This is the first update to the blog’s design since it was styled by the folks at Random House for the release of Look Me in the Eye.  How much has changed since then!  Right now I’m working on labeling the 560-some posts and we’ve now got a search box at the top of the page.

Almost all the posts have relevant labels now.  In addition there is a search box on the top right of the page, and that brings up posts with whatever you search on.  

Street rod
Stepping out with the dogs, Big E Circus, 2015

Botanical gardens, Sydney, Australia
Beside the Salton Sea

Circus at The Big E, West Springfield, MA

John Rando's Long Wheelbase Shadow restoration takes 1st at the RROC National Meet

Flowers in the Garden

On the big stage, Big E

Southwest desert

Bentley Flying Spur

San Francisco cable car

Inside a transmission
John Elder Robison is an autistic adult and advocate for people with neurological differences.  He's the author of Look Me in the Eye, Be Different, Raising Cubby, and Switched On. He serves on the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee of the US Dept of Health and Human Services and many other autism-related boards. He's co-founder of the TCS Auto Program (A school for teens with developmental challenges) and he’s the Neurodiversity Scholar in Residence at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia and a visiting professor of practice at Bay Path University in Longmeadow, Massachusetts.  

The opinions expressed here are his own.  There is no warranty expressed or implied.  While reading this essay will give you food for thought, actually printing and eating it may make you sick. 


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