Senior Interactive Developer,
Digital & Social Media, Information Technology
Brunswick, ME 04011-9630
I am the Senior Interactive Developer for the Academic Technology & Consulting group in Information Technology at Bowdoin College. I arrived at Bowdoin from Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland where I was Web Developer for the Web Office. Prior to that I was the Web Coordinator for the University of Wyoming Libraries in Laramie, Wyoming.
At Bowdoin, I have had the opportunity to use all the skills I have learned to develop a variety of applications and, of course, learn about all the many haunted aspects of this fine institution!
Here are a collection of vacation photos. Earlier collections were taken with my low resolution camera phone.
If I don't find a proper release for all my nerdly energy, then I begin to annoy my wife by subjecting her to my storehouse of trivial knowledge. AskANerd is an attempt to put this negative nerd energy to good use. People send me questions, and I get the opportunity to show off what I know. All answers are for general consumption and include helpful diagrams and demos. Keep the questions coming!
Before I ever finished my undergraduate work in Mathematics I had already twice won the Nobell Prize for Getting By In Mathematics (1993,1994).* Both of these awards came to me while I was in my Junior year when I was studying Differiential Geometry. While studying DG, I finally realized just how unsuited I am for intense mathematical research. Though I accepted this with dignity, I refused to believe that four years of undergraduate math didn't qualify me to create at least a couple of nifty theorems. I admit the ones I have formulated function more towards the study of the study of mathematics, rather than mathematics per se, but nevertheless I adamantly adhere to their validity and usefulness. I present here my revolutionary theorems.
For the more conservative mathematician, I recommend the Francis 1-2-3 Theorem