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I live in Oxford in the UK.
I'm co-founder and CTO of Undo, where we work on reversible debugging and record/replay systems for Linux.
I play violin/viola/baroque violin with various groups including Oxford Chamber Orchestra and the Brickwork Lizards.
In the past I've worked for Vicon on motion-capture systems, various start-ups, RSA Security, Sibelius Software (briefly) and at Acorn. I was a postgraduate at Edinburgh University, and an undergraduate at Oxford University.
In the more distant past I played in the City of Sheffield Youth Orchestra.
Heather Birt. David Le Page. The Masquerade String Quartet. The Oxford Chamber Orchestra. The Musicke Companye. Zoë Bicât. Belsize Baroque. concert-diary.com. BBC Introducing.... Why is the violin so hard to play?.
The ACCU (Association of C and C++ Users). Programming Sucks. Greg Law's GO! Operating System. An interview with A. Stepanov - comments about OO and Generic Programming. Another interview with A.Stepanov. Stroustrup's C++ page. Interview with NEdit's Mark Edel. Criticisms of Object Orientation, Eccentric but interesting. OpenBSD. The UNIX-HATERS Handbook. The end of computing science? by Edsger W. Dijkstra. System Software Research is Irrelevant by Rob Pike. Andrew Birkett's website. The Art of Unix Programming. Ohloh, the open source network. http://www.jwz.org/.
How would you explain the difference between war and terrorism to a space alien?. The Moulton bicycle Club. Bill Weston's home page. Angela Dickson's home page. The Stop the War Coalition. The BBC website. The Viewable with Any Browser campaign. 50 Aston Street - how to really decorate a house. The Political Compass Websites near me: . A real Himalyan cyclist's website. Amnesty International. Philip Pullman Isis Speech about education. Matthew White's Homepage - lots of interesting history-related information. Analysis of NASA's use of PowerPoint. http://fillthathole.org.uk/ - website for reporting potholes. CHAmois Mountaineering club. Robin Watts' blog. Center for Range Voting. Amazing collections of pictures. Traffic Waves, physics for bored commuters. ... No, mister Bond, I expect you to die. ... except math teachers. Voting machines. Connoisseur. Isolation. Stephen Fry's homepage. Worldmapper. They say of the Acropolis, where the Parthenon is.... Edge: THE FOURTH QUADRANT: A MAP OF THE LIMITS OF STATISTICS By Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Information Is Beautiful The Management Myth. http://risks.org/ http://www.csl.sri.com/users/neumann/illustrative.html Armand Marie Leroi (What Darwin Didn't know). "Smells Like Teen Spirit" performed by 1000 people.