B.S. 1986 (Mathematics), Caltech
Ph.D. 1993 (Mathematics), U.C. Berkeley
- My contact information.
- Math-related pages:
- A page of miscellaneous links.
- The Nearly Anacrophonic Phonetic Alphabet — NAPA for short —
provides a better way of making it clear what letter of the alphabet you're talking about.
The standard NATO phonetic alphabet (alfa for A, bravo for B, and so on) completely ignores
the basic principle of anacrophony. The NAPA uses it as much as possible. Now when I spell out my
name over the phone to a customer service agent
I say “H as in heir, O as in oneing, W as in wrest, E as in ewe.”
- The virtual channel table for Time-Warner Cable in San Diego. If you subscribe
to Time-Warner Cable and don't want to use a cable box, you will need this information. It tells you which QAM channel
carries which cable station. Time-Warner refuses to give out this information, but you can find it
- New! A page of musical compositions. So far, there's just one, but who knows what the future may bring.