Basically, I'm trying to help organize the Boston area's rave scene
with major assistance from Soundz.
Unfortunately, techno has a negative image. Hopefully, this can change with
time, intelligence and maturity.
pointers to radio stations, clubs, stores, mail lists among other things.
On-line CD-ROM Player and Techno
I currently "live" in 129 Cullinane Hall where I curl up to a
machine and typically hack until class the next day. As a result, I decided
to migrate my home stereo into the lab and hook up an available
The result: Techno music - and all
I've been Inline Skating
since the 80's. Way back when, I did done some T.V. spots and then matured
into an instructor.
I've had interests and participation in MUDs used as
Virtual Workspaces or more
recently named "Text-Based Virtual Realities". I started coding
LP based MUD's with the concept of designing a Virtual University.
Then I switched to MOO for various reasons. I helped tart a MUD
project at MITRE as a Workspace and
a University (our sequal attempt).
the future of real-time network video and audio, was introduced to me by
Ivan Judson one of the
original Crew members.
The The EduPage
is one of my favorite news capsules. It is sent to one of our
local newsgroups, but due to time constrictions and sanity, I rarely read
news. As a result I use their web server to read back issues. It also has
a small search engine.
USENIX is a non-profit organization that
I've joined. USENIX is dedicated to research in UNIX and modern open sytems.
I've followed many religions including Catholicism, Protestantism, Quakerism,
and Taoism, but I'm most
comfortable with Shambhalism. I must give thanks to Dr. Oort from Princeton
for the book he gave me.
Back in High School I wrote some
Poetrywhich helped me cope
with both high school and my parents divorce.
Architecture and Graphic Design
Immediately after high school (I attended Moses Brown), I started
a professional degree at Boston Architectural Center. I soon found
many jobs as a CAD operator. One firm I worked for beta-tested
Drawbase which now has become Cad-Works. I found myself liking
software more than updating "red-lines", so I ended up transferring
and working for the College of Computer Science.