Robert Stockton (that's me) works as a research programmer for the
department at Carnegie Mellon University. When he's not hacking compilers
and environments for the
he may sometimes be found playing the Irish
harp -- specializing in
He's been around the web for a few years now, and still hasn't gotten used to some of the newfangled innovations that are the norm nowadays. Therefore, you won't find much in the way of fancy graphics, tables, blinking cursors, etc. here -- as you have probably already noticed -- but he hopes you'll find some solid and/or interesting information. Isn't that what the Web is all about?
What's new?I've just added hypertexted copies of Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book, and Puck of Pook's Hill, and Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne's House of Dreams.
If you are into the current Java hysteria, you might want to check out my implementation of the "Life" cellular automoton. I don't pretend it has any merit, but it can be fun to watch.
Portrait by Hannah M. G. Shapero. The medium is colored pencil. Similar portraits may be comissioned for $50 -- contact Hannah at HMGS@access.digex.net for more information.
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