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* [http://portlandonfire.com/m-edward-ed-znmeb-borasky/ Portland On Fire]
 
* [http://portlandonfire.com/m-edward-ed-znmeb-borasky/ Portland On Fire]
 
* [http://znmeb.github.io/CompJournoStick CompJounoStick on Github]
 
* [http://znmeb.github.io/CompJournoStick CompJounoStick on Github]
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* [http://znmeb.bitbucket.org Borasky Research Journal]
  
 
Some of my projects:
 
Some of my projects:
  
 
* [http://soundcloud.com/znmeb/m-edward-ed-borasky-when-harry When Harry Met Iannis (2009)]
 
* [http://soundcloud.com/znmeb/m-edward-ed-borasky-when-harry When Harry Met Iannis (2009)]
* [http://znmeb.github.com/Computational-Journalism-Publishers-Workbench Computational Journalism Publishers Workbench]
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* [http://znmeb.github.io/AlgoCompSynth AlgoCompSynth]
* [http://znmeb.github.com/AlgoCompSynth AlgoCompSynth]
 
  
  
 
My philosophy:
 
My philosophy:
  
* [http://borasky-research.net/docendo-discimus/ Docendo Discimus]
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* [http://znmeb.github.io/docendo-discimus/ Docendo Discimus]

Latest revision as of 20:36, 23 October 2014

Media Inactivist, Thought Follower, Sit-Down Comic, Social Media Analytics Researcher, Former Boy Genius, Linux Capacity Planner, R Hacker, Mathematician

“M. Edward (Ed) Borasky is, in order of appearance, a boy genius, computer programmer, applied mathematician, folk singer, actor, professional graduate student, armchair astronaut, algorithmic composer, supercomputer programmer, performance engineer, Linux geek, solution in search of a problem and Social Media Non-Guru. His hobby is collecting hobbies.”

I’ve been on the Internet a long time. I had my first personal web site in 1994, and registered my first domain, borasky-research.net, in 2001. And I’ve got a lot of interests:

  • Computational journalism Communications of the ACM, October 2011, "Computational Journalism"
  • Twitter – the phenomenon, the tools, the data, the global cocktail party conversation
  • Linux Capacity planning, Server Profiling and Performance Troubleshooting
  • Algorithmic composition and digital synthesizers
  • Computational Finance, High-frequency trading and Market microstructure

and the underlying technologies: programming languages, applied mathematics and statistics, artificial intelligence, digital signal processing, machine learning, software engineering and high-performance computing. About the only technology I’m not really into is hardware.

Where can you find me?

Some of my projects:


My philosophy: