I’m a Linux and open-source software fan. In the past I’ve been an Ubuntu and Edubuntu developer.

These days my interests are more limited to open-source scientific software. I teach chemistry at a university and am always interested in how open-source software can be utilized in the classroom.

This blog has historically functioned as my Linux/FLOSS blog where I talk about Ubuntu and software development. Occasionally I have random other things (even politics, but I usually keep that to a minimum) that I think might contribute something.

Disclaimer: This is a personal weblog. The opinions expressed here are my own and not those of my employer. My thoughts and opinions change from time to time, and since blogs record those thoughts and opinions over time, older posts may no longer reflect my current thinking. That’s what happens when you try to have an open mind.

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