Last updated 11 August 2012
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Experience and areas of interest
W3C Technical Architecture Group
What I'm thinking about these days (Oct 2011): All kinds of
human (especially rational discourse), computer/computer
(protocols), and human/computer
(programming languages, logic). What
influences the stability of language, including formally
specified ones? What is meaning and how does it come about?
How does compositional
semantics, and reference in particular, arise and how does it work?
From 2005 to 2010 I learned a lot about RDF, linked
data, the so-called Semantic Web, and Web standards.
From May 2002 to November 2005 I was a Lead Software Engineer at
Millennium Pharmaceuticals working on "knowledge management,"
networks, and associated analytical tools.
- I have worked in the software industry,
first at DEC and then at several high tech startups.
- I have been interested in programming languages
for a while, with a particular interest in the Lisp family of
- I've done some things vaguely related to science.
- And a few other things
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Things I've bookmarked (at Pinboard)
(I'm sorry but to get my email address you have to prove that
you are not a liver damaged heir to a
2.5 million dollar fortune. You do this by constructing my
email address as follows: Take the three letters j, a, and r.
Follow them by the letter w and the single decimal digit two.
Then an at-sign, the word 'mumble', a period, and the word 'net'.)
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