Computer Science Module 1001. Humanitarian.
Hi there, I'll be your Webmaster here. Which means I can do anything I want, like mention that I work at Electronic Arts, the parent company of Maxis, and have historically been a huge SimCity fan. I'm also a human!
The forum community from the SimCity days has moved to a Facebook Group.
Computer Science Projects
A port of the book's source code to run on PHP 5 or later.
Cross-language HTTP API library
I'm incubating this and it's not at production quality, but a fun endeavor. It's a library that allows coding in local language semantics and translates calls to and from HTTP dynamically. Not RESTful by design, because who wants their API to rest? Currently supported languages listed below.
Mind-body disorder awareness
The work of Dr. John E. Sarno has been of service to me and I am always trying to figure out how to spread it beneficially to others. It isn't easy. I believe that for many individuals, organizations, and industries, the two-way mind-body connection needs to be fully accepted before we can truly appreciate the health and wellness benefits of a balanced mind-body-spirit dynamic.
Fighting cancer and other serious illnesses
I lost my mom to breast cancer. I believe that fighting and preventing serious illness can be helped by understanding the above dynamic. Facing and processing emotions in healthy ways, finding purpose, and the importance of healing from trauma is all critical but difficult work. It's frustrating when science has to catch up to the truth by attempting to measure and explain everything, absent of personal experience.
Contact info and social media
Remembering Gretchen Weburg
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