Stimpunks Presents: Josephmooon and the Irie Smial Preserve

Stimpunks is proud to present Josephmooon and the Irie Smial Preserve.

josephmooon displayed in black text that has the appearance of fissured moon rock. The middle O in mooon is a photo of the moon.
Neurodiversity rocks! We make rock ‘n’ roll and inclusive education.
Lately I’ve been feeling out of tune out of tune
I don’t know why but I would like to know why
And I want to get back in tune
Out of tune that’s what I am

Being out of tune pains my head
(can’t get out of bed)
Hurts from being out of tune and
I just so want to get back in tune
Out of tune that’s what I am out of tune
“Out of Tune” by Josephmooon
Three nested half circles, the largest green, the next light green, and the innermost yellow appear next to "Irie Smial Preserve" in green text with a vine-y serif font.
Create more anti-ableist spaces.
Peer Respite, Human-centered Learning, Nature, and Disc Golf
We exist to create anti-ableist space.

The Irie Smial Preserve is by Crips and Neurodivergents, for Crips and Neurodivergents. The Preserve is a Cavendish bubble of peer respite and collaborative niche construction where we can find relief from an intense world designed against us. Here, we are insulated from ableism and free to pursue passion-based, human-centered learning compatible with neurodiversity and the social model of disability.

Eating Your Own Dogfood

Josephmooon and the Irie Smial Preserve are where we put our philosophy to practice and “eat our own dogfood”.

Eating your own dog food or “dogfooding” is the practice of using one’s own products or services. This can be a way for an organization to test its products in real-world usage using product management techniques. Hence dogfooding can act as quality control, and eventually a kind of testimonial advertising. Once in the market, dogfooding can demonstrate developers confidence in their own products.

Eating your own dog food – Wikipedia

Neurodiversity rocks! We make rock ‘n’ roll and inclusive education.

Josephmooon dogfoods our philosophy regarding neurodiverse collaboration and embracing the obsession.

Create more anti-ableist spaces.
Peer Respite, Human-centered Learning, Nature, and Disc Golf

Irie Smial Preserve dogfoods our philosophy on passion-based, human-centered learning in anti-ableist spaces.

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Published by Ryan Boren

#ActuallyAutistic retired technologist turned wannabe-sociologist. Equity literate education, respectfully connected parenting, passion-based learning, indie ed-tech, neurodiversity, social model of disability, design for real life, inclusion, open web, open source. he/they

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