I am President of Doxpop, LLC (www.doxpop.com), a web-based information service. I graduated from Earlham College in 1984 with a B.A. in Mathematics and have worked since that time in field of information technology as a programmer, system administrator, systems analyst, database designer, database administrator, application architect, project manager, and consultant. I presently serve on the Board of Trustees for Earlham College.
I regularly participate in theatrical productions of Richmond (Indiana) Civic Theatre. I have played lead and supporting roles in musicals and non-musicals and have also worked back-stage in lighting design, set design, stage management, and other roles. In 1992, I was honored to receive the Volunteer of the Year award from RCT.
I play the 'cello, most often in the Richmond (Indiana) Community Orchestra, or in the pit orchestra of the Richmond (Indiana) Civic Theatre or as orchestral accompaniment to the Eaton (Ohio) Area Community Choir.
In the last century, I occasionally taught courses at Earlham College, in the Computer Science department. I have taught:
I have also written, with Alex Reeder, supplemental software, moss, as a companion to Modern Operating Systems, Second Edition (Prentice Hall 2001) by Andrew S. Tanenbaum.
Acknowledgments and Citings
Prime Numbers and Factoring.
Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) home page
What time is it in Indiana?
The remainder of this file contains links that I think are worth keeping for one reason or another.
If by Rudyard Kipling
I Have A Dream by Martin Luther King, Jr.
Make No Little Plans by Daniel Burnham
Led by the Spirit by Howard H. Brinton
Walk Cheerfully by George Fox
Measurement by Daniel Yankelovich
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you've imagined. Henry David Thoreau
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. Eleanor Roosevelt
Dream as if you have forever. Live as if you only have today. James Dean
Free License, my page on free software license agreements and Open Source related resources
Free SQL, my page on free SQL relational database software.
The HTML Hell Page, by Eric S. Raymond, is a wonderful list of Don'ts for web page designers, with links to other web style-related pages.
Grammar and Style Notes
Plagiarism according to Northwestern University
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