Welcome to my new home page

Posted April 17, 2005

At long last, I've blown the cobwebs off my MIT home page, which had gotten severely out of date in terms of both accurate content and current web standards. Now everything is hosted on my own domain instead, too.

I've saved, reorganized, and reformatted a lot of the old stuff, such as my various fictional writings, even though in some cases I would have rather consigned a few pages to the 404 of lost history: however to some extent I have an obligation to keep things published that have been out on the web for a while, since I personally hate it when something I absolutely wanted to read has apparently disappeared off the face of the net.

As part of the process, I've also started a blog. I don't expect anyone to actually read it, but it's a good way for me to organize some of the random pieces of info that sometimes crystallize into a few paragraphs of coherent thought. To start it off, I've pulled out some of my recent postings to the MIT wearable computing group and Boston PDA Users Group mailing lists and plopped them into the blog as retroactive entries for the day I wrote them.

This site will continue to evolve in style and content, of course, so if you hate the way it looks, check back in a few months and see if it's any better, heh heh. Feel free to drop me a note if something catches your fancy, too.