A couple of months ago, the folks at codecademy were nice enough to respond to a complimentary e-mail I’d sent them by writing something nice back about me and publishing it on their codecademy.com/stories page.

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It was great to get this sort of coverage on a site I think is fantastic (despite the picture of me with a rather supercilious looking one-year old on my back). The only problem was that I didn’t have a working example of code available for them to link to. The JavaScript experiments I had previously coded had run their course, garnering approximately 200 participants each, and had been taken offline, leaving the lab experiment page with nothing for people to try their hand at.

That changed today.  I have a very simple new experiment for people to try their hand at, which can be accessed via the experiments (online) link on the right, or directly, here: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~oclab/memorywords/.

I’m afraid it doesn’t quite do justice to the “neuroscientist discovers javascript” headline on the codecademy stories page, but it’s something.

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