NOTE: This website will be moving soon. I'll announce the new link on
Hi, welcome to my website!
- If you'd like to find about about my work,
look in the resume,
and teaching sections. I have the
standard stuff (classes I've taken, research I've done,
employment) and you can find all the papers and math notes I've
- If you're another math student, I encourage
you to look at all the math notes I
have available, especially the number theory textbook, and
contribute if you can. (I would REALLY appreciate it - no matter
how little. Typing math takes a lot of time.) If you're a high
school student seeking advice, I am eventually going to put up a
page for this... but for now you can browse at the high school
notes I've written up and email me.
- If you're a writer (or wannabe-writer, like
me), you can browse my fiction in the
writing section. Again, I'd love comments on any of this
(and conversations are even better than comments). I'm always
looking for people to share things with so feel free to drop me
a line on anything you've written, too.
- If you're want to find out about me as a person
or learn my views on a variety of topics you
should go to the ramblings section.
- If you like to see what's new, view my blog at
- And if you think all this is silly, then
you should leave.
This website is hopefully just a starting point. As my favorite professor
Patrick Winston says, you should talk to people! If you're
interested in any of this stuff you see here (or fiercely opposed to anything),
then I'd probably be interested in what you have to say! Shoot me an email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. (When you're deciding
whether or not to talk to people, you should keep
three things in mind.)
The picture is from California, by the way.