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Title:Disordered Thoughts: Random musings on my life and interests
 Disordered Thoughts: Random musings on my life and interests Welcome to my little corner of the world. I'm Hank Shiffman, your hoston this particular odyssey.Here you'll discover why I'm the most interesting person you're ever likelyto know, or at least the most interesting person on this page: reader,writer, music and theatre buff, cartoon enthusiast, Mac advocate,world traveler, Scaper; it's all here or at least shouldbe. So sit back, relax and spend a few minutes trying to make sense ofa stream of consciousness, HTML-style. On the left you see me disguised as a professional. The suit andthe designer tie are protectivecoloration, pulled out for those rare occasions when jeans and an Animaniacs shirt just won't do. Thispicture, taken while I was at SunMicrosystems, was used for conference programs, magazine articlesand the like. It made its last appearance in the November 14, 1994 issue of InformationWeek,after I moved on to Borland. Theimage on the right reflects my time at Silicon Graphics, which had a more relaxed view of the proper image for Marketing professionals. Or evenfor people like me. Freelance writing ideas to help you write better papers.College students enjoy the best essay writing tips for free. The content part of the presentation My wide range of interests A travel diary: pictures and notes from way too many trips to way too many places Closer to home: some examples of Silicon Valley architecture A few favorite scenes, scaled for use as desktop backgrounds Humble beginnings: a sampling of photos from my first two Australian vacations A few memories from my college era Star Trek obsession Which resurfaced unexpectedly decades later as a Farscape fixation And manifested itself in a new hobby: amateur music videos Comments on favorite writers, both mystery and otherwise An enduring fascination with cartoons: my collection of animation cels A peek into that window into the psyche: my CD collection CDs are so last century. I've moved on to an iTunes Music Store blog Which led, as these things often do, to a blog on life in general Some experiences with scanners, digital cameras and digital video Which led to yet another hobby/fledgling business: stock photography And which has recently expanded into the wonderful world of studio photography A presentation on photography I wrote for the gang at work My life in high tech (so far, anyway) An employment history, with its various highs and lows The more formal version, for when The Economy Strikes Back Computers I have known, tolerated or appreciated Technical articles I've written over the years: Early Java papers debunking some of the hype and discussing where Java really fits, just-in-time translation, JavaBeans amp; other aspects of JDK 1.1 and the gory details of one of SGI's JDK releases A Java chat session I hosted on SGI's Innovate Online web site A white paper on Java, Internet appliances and a hardware accelerator, as well as a related article I wrote for Wireless Design Online A white paper on an agent-oriented Java toolkit for natural language user interface Slides from various conference talks: Java at Scale: Performance amp; GC - 2012-2013 Managing Resources in the Enterprise Grid - April, 2004 An Agent-Based Toolkit For Natural Language Interface - March, 2001 Evaluating Java Development Tools - October, 2000 Adapting to Linux: The Business of Open Source - June, 1999 IRIX/Windows NT Interoperability - April, 1999 Real-Time Programming on IRIX 6.5 - February, 1999 Java Matures: The Good, The Bad amp; The Ugly - January, 1998 Enhancing Java Performance - August, 1997 A Java-based Mandelbrot fractal generator, just to prove I can still write a little code when I have to You are visitor number to this page. Aren't you impressed? Comments to: Hank Shiffman,Mountain View, California. Privacy Statement

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