I solve hard problems (large or small) in these areas:
* Embedded microprocessor code
* Compilers & Interpreters (I wrote the book!)
* Custom software
* Unusual applications
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Waking up BibleTrans
An Operating System for Real People
Getting started in Bio-Informatics (example: GeneScreen)
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People keep asking me about Tiny Basic, so I started up a page to collect the information available, including some downloads from my archives. Alas, most of it is on paper tape, which I can no longer read. You might also be interested in HTML copy of "A Short Course in Programming" for the 1802 microprocessor. It's not TinyBasic, but it's basic and tiny.
About the same time as Tiny Basic, I wrote a video game for a Hong Kong
manufacturer. For what I can remember of it, see Tennis.
You can also find software emulators on the collector
The Revolving Church Door is a collection
of essays originally intended to represent one side of controversial or
debatable topics, for the purpose of helping people to think about the
issues involved, plus a few introspective meditations that I didn't know
where else to put. Unfortunately, people don't want to analyze the issues.
There was no debate. Maybe taking some of these positions in a public forum
contributed to my termination at SBU, but I doubt it.
The arguments (For and) Against Relationshipism,
why it is not and cannot be taught in the Bible
The Counterfeit Religion of Relationships, comparing Relationshipism to 1+2C
Relationships, concluding that people mean "affirmation" by that word
Relationshipism, defining the term (2008 October 31 blog post)
"Love" in Fiction, how men understand "love" and "relationship"
God of Truth, a draft of what might eventually become a book
Men Are from Mars, a list of specific Thinker/Feeler differences
Two Cultures, an early treatment connecting the idea to hypocrisy
The bottom of this page, a challenge to do something about it
Getting Men into the Church through Apologetics, what one church is doing about it
Thinker/Feeler Distinction (08 October 27 blog post)
Relationshipism at Work (Vulnerability) and (Cinema), blog posts exploring how this idea impacts the real world
Team Player, relating Relationshipism to team play
Half of the American people are MBTI Thinkers.
The American evangelical church is controlled and operated
exclusively by and for the benefit of the other half.
What are you doing to make Thinkers welcome in the church?
If you do not understand the problem, you are part of the problem.
If you find this message offensive, you are part of the problem.