This site serves as my playground for software development with tools like Java, PHP and PostgreSQL (not to mention HTML, CSS, and JavaScript). As such, it is continuously under construction, will probably never be 'complete', and should not be considered the best dipiction of my capabilities ;).

I may also feel the need to spout-off about my other interests, including chess, acoustics, and music. So, feel free to drop me a line to tell me how much you think this site sucks!

Some Lite Reading...

  • DNA Project 'to Make UK World Genetic Research Leader'
  • Law Repressing Social Media, Bloggers Now In Effect In Russia
  • Georgia Tech Researchers Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2
  • Google+ Photos To Be Separated From Google+
  • Comparison: Linux Text Editors
  • Microsoft Files Legal Action Against Samsung Over Android Patent Dispute
  • Ask Slashdot: Should I Fight Against Online Voting In Our Municipality?
  • Elon Musk Promises 100,000 Electric Cars Per Year
  • Fooling a Mercedes Into Autonomous Driving With a Soda Can
  • Getting Back To Coding
  • Hotel Chain Plans Phone-Based Check-in and Room Access
  • Inside BitFury's 20 Megawatt Bitcoin Mine
  • AMD Launches New Higher-End Kaveri APUs A10-7800 and A6-7400K
  • US Army To Transport American Ebola Victim To Atlanta Hospital From Liberia
  • China Confirms New Generation of ICBM
  • NASA Announces Mars 2020 Rover Payload
  • Judge: US Search Warrants Apply To Overseas Computers
  • Multipath TCP Introduces Security Blind Spot
  • The CIA Does Las Vegas
  • NASA Tests Microwave Space Drive
  • Unboxing a Cray XC30 'Magnus' Petaflops Supercomputer
  • Winners of Raspberry Pi Photography Contest 2014
  • Researchers Create Virtual Reality 'Parties' To Treat Drug Addiction
  • Nintendo Posts Yet Another Loss, Despite Mario Kart 8
  • Was America's Top Rocketeer a Communist Spy? The FBI Thought So
A List Apart: The Full Feed
  • This week's sponsor: Pantheon
  • The Most Dangerous Word In Software Development
  • Gardens, Not Graves
  • Radio-Controlled Web Design
  • This week's sponsor: The Digital PM Summit
  • Matt Griffin on How We Work: Being Profitable
  • Ten CSS One-Liners to Replace Native Apps
  • Laura Kalbag on Freelance Design: I Don’t Like It
  • Kids 4–6: “The Muddy Middle”
  • Longform Content with Craft Matrix
  • Nishant Kothary on the Human Web: In Pursuit of Facebook Happiness
  • Structuring a New Collaborative Culture
  • Persuasion: Applying the Elaboration Likelihood Model to Design
  • Ten Years Ago in ALA: Dynamic Text Replacement
  • Ask Dr. Web with Jeffrey Zeldman: The Doctor Is In
  • Rachel Andrew on the Business of Web Dev: Lessons Learned by Being the Client
  • Apple and Responsive Design
  • Testing Responsive Images
  • Living up to Your (Business) Ideals
  • Prototyping Your Workflow
  • On Styled Form Elements
  • We Have Work to Do: #yesallwomen and the Web
  • Ten Years Ago in ALA: Art Direction and Drop Shadows