uncanny plateau (updated)

(please avoid this post if you might find medical scenarios distressful.)

(Update: For those who have read this, I’ve included more recent info at the very end of the post, below the video.)

Last Wednesday:

I’m escorted into a small, dark room. A medical sort of person presses a techno-wand around my body. She monitors a computer screen, where my inner-systems are projected. She clicks buttons, takes a series of pictures.

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Frequently Asked Questions (that I made up)

I wanted to put together a list of Frequently Asked Questions. The problem is that no one really asks me anything. Mostly when people ask things, it’s the same question, usually from depressives who want to know how I survived depression. Since the honest answer is “therapy”, it makes for an abrupt and disappointing back and forth.

That just leaves me with questions I either get infrequently or not at all. Mostly the latter. Anyway, here’s my mostly-fraudulent version of a FAQ post.

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10 Autism Interviews: a collection

I recently guest-posted two interviews at Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism. I thought I would share links to those here, along with every interview/conversation I’ve been part of over the years. The topics all converge around autism, but I’m grateful for the huge variety of insights and perspectives these discussions made possible.

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