My name is Jake Fee, and you are currently enjoying my personal website. Stay as long as you like and make yourself at home.

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my history and future

my blog

ecology, magick, and learning-by-doing

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a guest journal at this edge of the webscape

better living through alchemy

i wrote an essay, and now it's in a book!

experiential education

a reservoir of my graduate degree work

fantastic beasts for the home and garden

my project-based anti-anthropocentric course on building community through ecology

my work on the river

a short catalogue of my adventures working for my local river outfitter

swedish spinning

i got a grant, for real money!


self-experimentation towards lucidity and vibrant sleep


my adventure into stone-age craft

constructing a language

a grammar, a grammarie, a grimoire


arboreal typesetting

ludum vitae

cellular automata experimentation

space invaders

the classic, but with circles

the cyber loom

warp and weft in silico!

brain storm

a tarot-inspired tool for inspiring tech projects

help, i'm bored!

instant solutions for your time-killing needs, guaranteed


collections of quotables extracted from readables

doodle blog

bold lines, odd capitalization

You'll notice there are no advertisements, likes, feeds, pop-ups, clickbaits, or paywalls on this website. There are a few algorithms here and there but they mostly keep themselves entertained. I crafted this site by hand with the intention of making a calm, quiet, and friendly space so kind and brilliant people like you can spend a gentle time getting to know me.

Some people call this sort of website a digital garden, because it is organic, slow-growing, and cultivates a tan and good-looking community. I think the metaphor is wonderful.

This website was made with hands.