Here you can find descriptions of, and links to, the projects on the site, active or intended. I suffer from the curse of the polymath and may never get to all these, but in a perfect world I would.
The Games page is the landing page for thoughtfarm games. Right now there is only the circle game (see below) and and idea about some gaming sleeves.
The Circle Game is a fully prototyped game that is sitting in development. If you are inclined to download and assemble the required materials, it is provided 100% free on the Circle game page. It's an excellent game with tons of potential, but beware, it's very epic and involved, with a medium to steep learning curve. Think Dungeons & Dragons meets Risk meets Magic the Gathering. Playthroughs can last 4 hours to 4 days. Future revision is aimed at trimming it down or splitting into many smaller games for the games page.
The Poor Wizard's Almanac is an upcoming idea for a monthly or quarterly digital Almanac covering topics from Thoughtfarm and the Circle of Knowledge.
Angry Dust Bunny is a character I created decades ago, but never put to use. The character is suited to a comic of some kind, possibly political or maybe more random, or as part of the Almanac.
The Big Book Cookbook is a lighthearted somewhat comical take on a book about writing books, done in recipe style.
Drips & Drops are two similar activism projects dealing with waste and inefficiency. Drips has to do with gas nozzles, and drops, food containers.
The 151st trollcrusher division is a conceived anti-bully project dedicated to providing resources for people dealing with severe online hate and bullying.
I have some ideas on how to improve the card sleeve industry, and this is a place to potentially develop or promote those ideas.
The idea behind the archive would be to create a place where hypnotists could log and share triggers and their associated outcomes. This would allow for better results for the subjects and decreased effort needed by the hypnotists. Right now there is nothing in the archive.
Riemannhypothesis.org provides basic information and links about the Riemann Hypothesis and is dedicated to proof attempts, especially the one developed by thoughtfarm. Right now information is limited, but the idea is to add more history as well as possibly host or link to other's proofs or attempts.