When in Chalkdust, Breathe in Chalkdust

This abstract focuses in on a now-world famous, hightly-tweeted educational experiment that began with a query relational methodologies designed to integrate open-source relevance through the examination of chalk-based illustrations on sidewalks by two and three year old artists holding sippy cups (beverage type not important but apple juice was common). By using a protocol of network author-generated solutions, the researchers from the Baby Steps Picasso Lab intend to network author-generated solutions by examining every single swoop of every letter, and comparing the size of heads on the people drawn so that scientists in the lab can disambiguate development analysis in a formal way, with little laughter. Ok, so there might be a little laughter. Particularly that one of the dog chasing the cat. Hilarious, right?