Personal Home Page
...which I have put hardly any effort into updating
since I graduated from college in 1998. And I don't
have any particular plans to do so.
While business web pages exist to attract customers and academic web pages
are at least nominally for the benefit of one's colleagues, the vast
majority of personal web pages
have but one purpose: to serve the vanity of their creators.
That being said, why bother telling you what my hobbies are
or who I'm friends with or which websites I think are worth visiting?
Instead, I'll cut straight to the chase and just show you
some of the cool stuff I've done. So, without further ado:
Projects and Creations
- My lego robots, Pico and ChiaPet. I made
them in Fall '96 for my Building Intelligent Robots class.
- An introduction to knots and surfaces. This
was my final project for Combinatorial Topology, Fall '96.
- An investigation into the
intersection of curves.
Another project from topology, parts of which I presented at the
Hudson River Undergraduate Math Conference.
- A model of the CIT. My final project for
Contemporary Architecture, it now resides on the 4th floor of the real CIT.
- A few of the many things I've made from
Fimo, a polymer clay.
- A ballroom dance gown I made during
the summer of 2002, with action shots.
- My Halloween costume from 2002. It glows!
- A haiku I wrote entitled "Schadenfreude".
- My photo album.
1997 Summer Log
I spent the summer of 1997 at Brown doing research in the computer science
department, dealing with the trials and tribulations of my new
apartment, and hanging out with my friends. If you're interested, you
can take a peek at the blow-by-blow of
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