User:Vespristiano

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Articles I started from scratch[edit]

Some listings are italicized to denote special importance to me.

On or after +02004-02-12[edit]

This list is sorted in descending chronological order and broken into blocks of twenty-five items, followed by the date on which I first submitted the articles (or when I plan to submit them).

Sixteenth twenty-five: my newest articles[edit]

  1. "Demons in Eden" (+02005-12-18)
  2. "Sulfonucleotide reductase" (+02005-08-16)
  3. "Tomosyn" (+02005-08-14)
  4. "Inhibitor of DNA binding protein" (+02005-08-14)
  5. "Bioorthogonal chemical reporter" (+02005-08-03)
  6. "Magnetic Particle Imaging" (+02005-07-04)
  7. "Two-photon excitation microscopy" (+02005-06-24)
  8. "Patent Reform Act of 2005" (+02005-06-09)
  9. "Fedora Foundation" (+02005-06-06)
  10. "Paleogenetics" (+02005-06-06)
  11. "Global Fund" (+02005-06-04)

Fifteenth twenty-five[edit]

Tasks I might complete
Urgent tasks I might complete

Wikify "Pharmacokinetics"; Write "High-resolution Ultrasonic Transmission Tomography".

Favorite images
Cherry flowers
Plum tree
Spines on a blackberry bush
  1. "Transgenic organism" (+02005-05-31)
  2. "Shaw Center for the Arts" (+02005-05-25)
  3. "Tritium battery" (+02005-05-20)
  4. "Polydnavirus" (+02005-05-20)
  5. "GLOBCOVER" (+02005-05-07)
  6. "Merck v. Integra" (+02005-04-15)

Fourteenth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Democratizing Innovation" (+02005-04-12)
  2. "Iron cycle" (+02005-04-11)
  3. "Soft lithography" (+02005-04-03)
  4. "Integrated nanoliter system" (+02005-04-03)
  5. "Cycling probe technology" (+02005-04-03)
  6. "Chemical biology" (+02005-04-02)
  7. "Chicago Climate Exchange" (+02005-03-26)
  8. "Mullerian Inhibiting Substance" (+02005-03-24)
  9. "RNA Ontology Consortium" (+02005-03-23)
  10. "Metabolic engineering" (+02005-03-09)
  11. "Metabonomics" (+02005-02-28)
  12. "Pulmonary artery catheter" (+02005-01-27)
  13. "Bioimpedance" (+02005-01-27)
  14. "Nemeaux" (+02005-01-24)
  15. "Wider than the Sky" (+02005-01-21)
  16. "Nerve biopsy" (+02005-01-18)
  17. "Human Genome Sciences" (+02005-01-12)
  18. "Moisture ratio" (+02005-01-12)

Thirteenth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Dry-bulb temperature" (+02005-01-12)
  2. "Muscle biopsy" (+02005-01-12)
  3. "Neuromuscular diagnostic" (+02005-01-12)
  4. "Jubilee Church" (+02005-01-11)
  5. "Electrotherapy" (+02005-01-11)
  6. "Haemocompatibility" (+02005-01-11)
  7. "Sandra Day O'Connor United States Courthouse" (+02005-01-11)
  8. "Biochemical sensor" (+02005-01-11)
  9. "Rolf Landauer" (+02005-01-11)
  10. "Michael Turner (cosmologist)" (+02005-01-11)
  11. "Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology" (+02005-01-11)
  12. "National Technology Agency" (+02005-01-11)
  13. "Austrian Space Agency" (+02005-01-11)
  14. "Austrian Research Promotion Agency" (+02005-01-11)
  15. "Niels Bohr Institute for Astronomy, Geophysics and Physics" (+02005-01-11)
  16. "Danish National Space Center" (+02005-01-11)
  17. "The Worldly Philosophers" (+02005-01-11)
  18. "Padre Pio Pilgrimage Church" (+02005-01-11)
  19. "Norwegian Space Centre" (+02005-01-10)

Twelfth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "International Psychopharmacology Algorithm Project" (+02005-01-10)
  2. "The Principles of Philosophy" (+02005-01-10)
  3. "A Universe of Consciousness" (+02005-01-10)
  4. "Collapse (book)" (+02005-01-10)
  5. "National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics" (+02005-01-08)
  6. "French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique" (+02005-01-08)
  7. "Swiss National Science Foundation" (+02005-01-08)
  8. "Planck (satellite)" (+02005-01-08)
  9. "Sorcerer II" (+02005-01-07)
  10. "Asher Peres" (+02005-01-05)
  11. "Xsan" (+02005-01-05)
  12. "Brian Goodwin" (+02005-01-05)
  13. "J. Craig Venter Institute" (+02005-01-05)
  14. "Giant Magellan Telescope" (+02005-01-01)
  15. "Center for Responsible Nanotechnology" (+02005-01-01)
  16. "Lutheran World Relief" (+02004-12-26)
  17. "Future Technologies Advisory Group" (+02004-12-26)
  18. "Photoelectrolysis" (+02004-12-23)
  19. "Steam reforming" (+02004-12-23)
  20. "Kumamoto Technology Center" (+02004-12-23)
  21. "Kokubu Technology Center" (+02004-12-23)

Eleventh twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act" (+02004-12-22)
  2. "Wired (computers)" (+02004-12-21)
  3. "United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs" (+02004-12-21)
  4. "János Bolyai, Non-Euclidean Geometry, and the Nature of Space" (+02004-12-16)
  5. "Scott Friedman" (+02004-12-16)
  6. "The First Crusade (book)" (+02004-12-15)
  7. "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation" (+02004-12-14)
  8. "Digital Media Framework" (+02004-12-12)
  9. "Innovation and its Discontents" (+02004-12-12)
  10. "Innovation and Incentives" (+02004-12-12)
  11. "Plenty (magazine)" (+02004-12-09)
  12. "Biological Physics" (+02004-12-07)
  13. "Novell Linux Desktop" (+02004-12-07)
  14. "Silence on the Wire" (+02004-12-06)
  15. "Davis Dam" (+02004-12-05)
  16. "Essen Motor Show" (+02004-11-30)
  17. "Organicism" (+02004-11-28)
  18. "Thrivent Financial for Lutherans" (+02004-11-27)
  19. "This is Biology" (+02004-11-24)
  20. "Promises to Keep" (+02004-10-31)
  21. "Waldorf College" (+02004-10-24)
  22. "Lamica Ceramics" (+02004-10-24)
  23. "Carbon trading" (+02004-10-23)

Tenth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Capital University" (+02004-10-23)
  2. "Gustavus Adolphus College" (+02004-10-23)
  3. "Adagia" (+02004-10-20)
  4. "Apophthegmatum opus" (+02004-10-20)
  5. "United States Telecom Association" (+02004-10-17)
  6. "Internet-0" (+02004-10-15)
  7. "Texas Lutheran University" (+02004-10-14)
  8. "National LambdaRail" (+02004-10-11)
  9. "Cellicon Biotechnologies" (+02004-10-07)
  10. "Antimatter weaponry" (+02004-10-04)
  11. "National Nanotechnology Initiative" (+02004-10-01)
  12. "Thomas DiLorenzo" (+02004-09-27)
  13. "Digital Negative" (+02004-09-27)
  14. "Fast fracture" (+02004-09-27)
  15. "The Final Cut (movie)" (+02004-09-26)
  16. "The Frankenfood Myth" (+02004-09-25)
  17. "The European Dream" (+02004-09-24)
  18. "GREENGUARD Environmental Institute" (+02004-08-16)
  19. "Forest Stewardship Council" (+02004-07-30)

Ninth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Community Climate System Model" (+02004-06-24)
  2. "Microbial fuel cell" (+02004-06-24)
  3. "Nipton, California" (+02004-06-24)
  4. "Hans Christian von Baeyer" (+02004-06-24)
  5. "Information (book)" (+02004-06-24)
  6. "Snowbird, Utah" (+02004-06-24)
  7. "Deer Valley" (+02004-06-24)
  8. "Quantum nucleonic reactor" (+02004-06-23)
  9. "Beyond Fear" (+02004-06-21)
  10. "Inducement Devolves into Unlawful Child Exploitation Act of 2004" (+02004-06-19)
  11. "DualDisc" (+02004-06-14)
  12. "Church-Turing-Deutsch Principle" (+02004-06-10)
  13. "Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies" (+02004-06-09)
  14. "Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences" (+02004-06-06)
  15. "Molecular Foundry" (+02004-06-06)
  16. "Center for Nanoscale Materials" (+02004-06-06)
  17. "Protecting the Virtual Commons" (+02004-06-05)
  18. "The Coming Generational Storm" (+02004-06-05)
  19. "Inventing the Internet" (+02004-06-05)
  20. "Neuroethics" (+02004-06-04)

Eighth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Prochlorococcus" (+02004-05-31)
  2. "Bruntingthorpe" (+02004-05-31)
  3. "Murray Silverstein" (+02004-05-26)
  4. "Daniel Pauly" (+02004-05-23)
  5. "Helios (vehicle)" (+02004-05-22)
  6. "Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics" (+02004-05-21)
  7. "Digital Divide Network" (+02004-05-19)
  8. "Social informatics" (+02004-05-19)
  9. "List of sociological topics" (+02004-05-19)
  10. "Tannhäuser scandal" (+02004-05-19)
  11. "Christian Monyk" (+02004-05-19)

Seventh twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Secure Communication based on Quantum Cryptography" (+02004-05-19)
  2. "Imagining Numbers" (+02004-05-18)
  3. "Arryx" (+02004-05-18)
  4. "Metabolic theory of ecology" (+02004-05-18)
  5. "Frame story" (+02004-05-17)
  6. "Dramatic monologue" (+02004-05-16)
  7. "Didactic literature" (+02004-05-16)
  8. "Dead metaphor" (+02004-05-16)
  9. "Contrast (literary)" (+02004-05-16)
  10. "Conflict (narrative)" (+02004-05-16)
  11. "Author's purpose" (+02004-05-16)
  12. "List of literary topics" (+02004-05-16)
  13. "Department of Transportation v. Public Citizen" (+02004-05-14)
  14. "Recovery-oriented Computing" (+02004-05-14)
  15. "Hamdi v. Rumsfeld" (+02004-05-14)
  16. "Sanctuary (show)" (+02004-05-12)
  17. "The Lady of Shalott" (+02004-05-12)
  18. "Second Sight" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) (+02004-05-11)
  19. "United States v. Benitez" (+02004-05-10)
  20. "Spacewarp" (+02004-05-10)
  21. "Networks of Innovation" (+02004-05-09)
  22. "Ilkka Tuomi" (+02004-05-09)
  23. "The Way of the Warrior" (+02004-05-09)
  24. "Diversa" (+02004-05-09)
  25. "Industrial biotechnology" (+02004-05-09)

Sixth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Rasul v. Bush" (+02004-05-08)
  2. "Central Laborers' Pension Fund v. Heinz" (+02004-05-08)
  3. "Lincoln Zephyr" (+02004-05-08)
  4. "Intel Corp. v. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc." (+02004-05-05)
  5. "The Forgotten" (+02004-05-03)
  6. "Open Source Applications Foundation" (+02004-04-22)
  7. "The Cheating Culture" (+02004-04-12)

Fifth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Dynamic Hedging" (+02004-04-09)
  2. "Fooled by Randomness" (+02004-04-09)
  3. "David J. Farber" (+02004-04-08)
  4. "Dan Gillmor" (+02004-04-02)
  5. "The Elements of Typographic Style" (+02004-03-31)
  6. "To a Louse" (+02004-03-31)
  7. "Red Sky at Morning" (+02004-03-31)
  8. "Society for Philosophical Inquiry" (+02004-03-31)
  9. "Small Pieces Loosely Joined" (+02004-03-31)

Fourth twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Aseptic technique in microbiology" (+02004-03-30)
  2. "The Joke of Federal Cybersecurity Oversight" (+02004-03-30)
  3. "Richard Forno" (+02004-03-30)
  4. "Voice of an Angel" (+02004-03-29)
  5. "Tour of the North Orange Order" (+02004-03-29)
  6. "The Human Factor: Revolutionizing the Way People Live with Technology" (+02004-03-28)
  7. "Taylor and Francis" (+02004-03-27)
  8. "Optimize (magazine)" (+02004-03-27)
  9. "X-43A Hyper-X", later merged with "Boeing X-43" (+02004-03-27)
  10. "Network Solutions" (+02004-03-27)
  11. "Authorized Domain" (+02004-03-27)
  12. "Apple Filing Protocol" (+02004-03-24)

Third twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Berkeley Lower Extremity Exoskeleton" (+02004-03-21)
  2. "University of Denver" (+02004-03-20)
  3. "Small and Smaller" (+02004-03-06)
  4. "Foreign direct investment", later moved to "Foreign Direct Investment" (+02004-03-05)
  5. "Paid inclusion" (+02004-03-03)
  6. "Quantrix Modeler" (+02004-03-02)
  7. "Quantrix" (+02004-03-02)
  8. "Scientific Integrity in Policymaking" (+02004-02-29)

Second twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Union of Concerned Scientists" (+02004-02-29)
  2. "Commonplace" (+02004-02-28)
  3. "Doe v. Chao" (+02004-02-25)
  4. "Ensemble La Fenice" (+02004-02-24)
  5. "Film punctuation" (+02004-02-24)
  6. "Un Concert pour Mazarin" (+02004-02-23)
  7. "PhysicsWeb" (+02004-02-21)
  8. "Hund's rule" (+02004-02-21)
  9. "Entropy (computing)" (+02004-02-19)
  10. "iFile" (+02004-02-18)
  11. "Ingenuity Software" (+02004-02-18)

First twenty-five[edit]

  1. "Hans Wegner" (+02004-02-17)
  2. "Trion Operating System" (+02004-02-16)
  3. "Lighthouse Design" (+02004-02-16)
  4. "One Fish, Two Fish, Crawfish, Bluefish" (+02004-02-15)
  5. "Liquid crystal on silicon" (+02004-02-15)
  6. "Four Thirds System" (+02004-02-15)
  7. "ISO 9241" (+02004-02-14)
  8. "XPLANE" (+02004-02-14)

Before +02004-02-12[edit]

After +02003-12-27T05:54:13Z[edit]

This list is sorted in ascending chronological order and broken into blocks of twenty-five items which, in some cases, are followed by the submission date.

First twenty-five[edit]
  1. "Film grammar"
  2. "Audio mixer", later merged with and redirected to "Mixing console"
  3. "Global Ring Network for Advanced Application Development"
  4. "National Honor Society"
Second twenty-five[edit]
  1. "Western Digital Media Center"
  2. "The Emperor's Club"
  3. "J2S"
  4. "J2STask"
  5. "Xgrid"
  6. "Institute of Medicine"
  7. "Logic Express"
  8. "Land Rover Range Stormer"
  9. "Chosen Realm"
  10. "Get Back"
  11. "Cisco Wireless IP Phone 7920"
  12. "Proving Ground"
  13. "Combustion (computers)"
  14. "The Enemy" (+02004-02-01)
  15. "The Humane Environment" (+02004-02-11)

Literary summaries and analyses[edit]

I've occasionally added or expanded summaries and analyses of film and literature in already-existent Wikipedia articles. This is a list of those articles (excluding the ones I haven't yet submitted). It's sorted in ascending alphabetical order and broken into blocks of twenty-five items, followed by the dates on which I contributed the information.

First twenty-five: my newest contributions[edit]

  1. "Ode to the West Wind" (+02004-04-29)
  2. "The World Is Not Enough" (+02004-03-18)
  3. "A Beautiful Mind" (+02004-03-24; +02004-03-25)
  4. "To a Mouse" (+02004-03-29)
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