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About meI play roles of product manager, technology lead, and technical architect.

Depending on the project needs I also get involved as a technical architect, usability specialist, or software engineer.

MIT graduate in Cognitive Science, worked on robotics at Carnegie-Mellon. I developed software professionally in C, Lisp, CLU, HyperCard, C++, and Java. Consulting projects included usability, software engineering, and business process design work.

More recent focus on web site design and providing guidance and mentoring for large scale enterprise technology developments.

My profile photo is from 'Sealab 2020'. That TV series gave me the idea, as an impressionable youth of the 1970s, that I'd spend my future living in an underwater city.

About my libraryMy library (Books and DVDs) reflect my interests and experiences in:

* Science and technology
* Technology in education (simulation / constructionism)
* Futures Studies - trend analysis and forecasting
* Usability - human factors, GUI and web design
* Cognitive science - modeling how mammals think
* Computer Science and AI (focus on vision and robotics)
* Electronics
* Software engineering, programming, and hypertext

Other themes include:
- Business models, trends, and fallacies
- Design patterns, object technology
- Forecasting tools, system dynamics
- Science and technology adoption
- Science fiction (dystopian and utopian)

Groups25 technical nonfiction books per year, 50 Book Challenge, Big ideas in education, computational sciences, Bostonians, Cognitive Science, Computer Scientists, futures studies, Librarians who LibraryThing, next-gen eBooks, One LibraryThing, One Bookshow all groups

Favorite authorsHarold Abelson, Donald E. Lancaster, Carl Sagan (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBack Pages Books, Half Price Books - Kenwood OH, Half Price Books - Niles, Joseph-Beth Booksellers - Cincinnati, MIT Coop, MIT Press Bookstore, Quantum Books, The Harvard Coop

Favorite librariesCarnegie Mellon University Libraries - Engineering and Science Library, MIT Barker Engineering Library, MIT Lindgren Library, Watertown Free Public Library

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Real nameRalph H

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Member sinceApr 18, 2009

Currently readingAssembly Lines: The Complete Book by Roger Wagner
PASCAL-The Language and Its Implementation (Wiley Series in Computing) by D. W. Barron
The Science Explorer: The Best Family Activities and Experiments from the World's Favorite Hands-On Science Museum by Pat Murphy

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