This page is not “under construction,” but I change it all the time, but not as much as I used to. It may even contain something interesting, but I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for anything useful. Nothing blinks or animates or flashes or pops up (and nothing ever will), and there are no large images or nasty java applets (and there never will be). Isn’t that nice for a change?
Coincidentally, this page’s color scheme, midnight blue on silver, matches that of one of my cars. Because my cars’ privacy policies are even more strict than mine are, their pictures will never appear on this page.
Despite my advancing age, I graduated from
University of the Cumberlands
in May of 2006 with a Bachelor of Science and a math/physics double
major. I am now gainfully employed at the largest employee-owned research
and engineering firm in the United States the largest online retailer in the
For many, many, many moons before that, all the way back into my high school days, I wrote computer software for a living. Most of my recent experience was in telecommunications (some embedded, some real-time, some both, and some neither), but I have also worked on accounting, education, entertainment, securities analysis, utility, compression, and encryption software. Even the very short list of relevant buzzwords is embarrassingly long, so here’s my whole résumé instead.
It wouldn’t be a web page without some links: Amazon.com,
Apple Computer, Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs, Corbin
Kentucky, Debian, Dilbert, Fink, Firefox, GNU Emacs, Google, Iridium, LaTeX, Linux, Lisp, S.O.S. Mathematics, NetHack, OEX Options, POV-Ray, Procmail, Python, RC4, SpamBayes,
Unix, Wikipedia, WordNet, xkcd. Okay, that’s enough.
If you send me non-commercial email, I will more than likely read it and reply to it.
If you send me non-non-commercial email, I will most definitely take many actions against you and your email, and the horses in on which they rode, up to and including informing the Three-Letter Authorities.
My wife quit smoking 1311 day(s), 23 hour(s), 38 minute(s), and 45 second(s) before this page was served.
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