I’m tickled to see that Andrew Crooks at the GIS and Agent-Based Modelling Blog wrote up a little post about my “Generations” extension of the classic Shellings segregation model. I only wish I had a NetLogo version, or something runnable that people could play with. Not that it’s a ground-breaking model, but I thought it was a fun little experiment. Unfortunately, it’s hard to share around Repast java code, or rather it’s easy to share the code but hard to get it running on a new system. I don’t think I even know how to get that model running on my own computer now, shy of installing Eclipse and teaching myself to use it to link libraries again.