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...

  • Can Students Have Too Much Tech?
  • GeForce GTX 980 and 970 Cards From MSI, EVGA, and Zotac Reviewed
  • Dell Continues Shipping Fresh Linux Laptops
  • Comcast Employees Change Customer Names To 'Dummy' and Other Insults
  • UK Sets Up Internet-Savvy Army Unit
  • The NSA Is Viewed Favorably By Most Young People
  • ESA: No Conclusive Evidence of Big Bang Gravitational Waves
  • How Blind Programmers Write Code
  • How, and Why, Apple Overtook Microsoft
  • BT Unveils 1000Mbps Capable G.fast Broadband Rollout For the United Kingdom
  • R.U. Sirius Co-Authors New Book On Transhumanism
  • Indian Woman Sues Uber In the US Over Alleged New Delhi Taxi Rape
  • There Is No "You" In a Parallel Universe
  • George R. R. Martin's "The Winds of Winter" Wiill Not Be Published In 2015
  • Cutting Through Data Science Hype
  • Scientists Float Soap Bubbles As a More Effective Drug Delivery Method
  • Most Americans Support Government Action On Climate Change
  • Ask Slashdot: How Do I Engage 5th-8th Graders In Computing?
  • US Army Releases Code For Internal Forensics Framework
  • Fixing Verizon's Supercookie
A List Apart: The Full Feed
  • Laura Kalbag on Freelance Design: How Big is Big Enough to Pick On?
  • This week's sponsor: MyFonts
  • Variable Fonts for Responsive Design
  • This week's sponsor: HipChat
  • : The People are the Work
  • Thoughtful Modularity
  • A Vision for Our Sass
  • Live Font Interpolation on the Web
  • Nishant Kothary on the Human Web: Logically Speaking
  • Pinpointing Expectations
  • The Core Model: Links and Resources
  • Rachel Andrew on the Business of Web Dev: The Challenge for the Tiny Global Business
  • The Core Model: Designing Inside Out for Better Results
  • From Empathy to Advocacy
  • Rian van der Merwe on A View from a Different Valley: How to Interview
  • Getting Started with Gulp
  • Lyza Danger Gardner on Building the Web Everywhere: The Implicit Contract
  • Tweaking the Moral UI
  • Conference Proposals that Don’t Suck
  • Rachel Andrew on the Business of Web Dev: The Ways We’ve Changed—and Stayed the Same
  • Learning to be Accessible
  • Antoine Lefeuvre on The Web, Worldwide: Stars and Stripes and ISO Codes
  • The Only Constant is Change: A Q&A with Ethan Marcotte