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this is a bouncing blue ball this is jacqueline
and this is stef
and here is mgh
mali blueberi and abby grace
and this might be tracy
presenting michael frankel
shorn tron sauce
art kho
jack lund
janis and samantha

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tom's hardware
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runner's world
history of math
the lonely planet
digital photography review
digital photography insights
artima developer
chank fonts
the onion
psychology of intelligence analysis

the web is wonderful.

the tree of life
requirements engineering blog

so... I don't really maintain this page anymore. was all written in the pre-fb, pre-g+ era - in the early 2000's.
but I keep it here cause... well. gee, who knows.
visit fb or g+ for more recent burblings. (or li or last.fm or kiva or about.me or quora )

ahem. just kidding. Hi there. look at pictures of me and famous people.
oh, and here is a picture of me at work. sort of. Slightly more gray hair now.
or, you may visit our photoblog to see many , many, many more pictures i've shot.
...... and here's our official early-2007 family pictures!

We made another kid!
We moved! (to california)
We made a kid!
We bought a home! (in chicago)
We got married! (in hawaii)
and we got a dog! (abby gracie peanut butter) and she's in the paper!! (hi res)

maybe you wanna borrow a cd?
or maybe you happen to be interested in phylogenetic trees?? (or the tree of life?)
wanna see a flash I did?
no, silly. not that kind of flash...

or, maybe you're interested in reading technical Public Key Infrastructure haikus instead?

a most enthusiastic welcome to little mali blueberi, our newest sous chef trainee
and i just won honorable mention in my first photography contest! woohoo!

home videos of canaima base camp and la isla margarita
(4.3 and 1.1 mb realvideo, respectively)

you are probably curious about Early 20th Century Russian Theater, no?
some work I did for the slavic studies department at northwestern.
which is the net result of many hours of:
      plop a book on the scanner ...
      wait ...
      ... (gurgly scanner noises) ...
      ... ...
      ... ...
      turn the page.
      start over.

some truly fascinating reports on root object service taxonomies (excel 28k)
and distributed component services (powerpoint 82k) .

tasty bidness ... booksmusic andmorepointlessinformation
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