- Notacon: I live it. I love it.
- Notes to my talk, "How to be 31337" given to the CWRU Chapter of the ACM.
- CWRU Sysadmins will soon be able to get updates and information upcoming meetings on this web site.
- I spoke at Rubi-Con 4 in Detroit. Topic: "Computing considerations in an educational environment" The talk went well and people actually showed up. Neato!
- Some notes from a recent talk I gave at
- Frequency Database: Basically, I want to create the definitive frequency database that is completely searchable, easy to use and kept constantly up to date by contributors.
- Amateur radio: KC8RWB is my callsign.
- My DJ "career" : I spin trance, house and a lot of other crazy stuff.
Basically, a glorified online store where I can sell things that I think are neat or might help me recoup the cost of this bandwidth and time. So far I think I'm in the hole a couple hundred dollars. Oh well.
- MUD - As an independent study at Case Western Reserve University, I designed a MUD system from the ground up in C. Source code for this monsterous failure can be found HERE..
- ACM Regional Programming Competition Site
Director - I was responsible for the
ACM regional programming competition held at CWRU on November 10th and 11th during the Fall 2000 semester.. We hosted approximately 60 to 70 teams, each consisting of 3 contestants, a coach as well as an alternate. This was one of my largest responsiblities in my career thus far. It was my goal to promote the University as well as my department. I think I succeeded fairly well, although there were some snafus.
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