I'm a graduate student studying Linguistics, especially Philology, in the Washington, D.C. area, working towards my Ph.D., and am originally from Québec City. In a general sense, I'm focusing on the use of modern technology to analyze historical documents. My undergraduate degree is from M.I.T.
A good graphical representation of my life is available here.
Other Versions of Me
⁂ I definitely speak way more languages than listed, but that box is long enough as is.
- Technology Topics
- International Relations
- Computer Science
- Medieval History
- Canadian Topics
- Quebec Topics
A procrastination device, especially useful because unlike games, it can be hidden from your screen in a second when your advisor walks by. Along with webcomics and free MMORPGs such as RetroMUD and The Kingdom of Loathing, it can also serve as a useful distraction while your data compiles or your experiment runs.
Q: It's Saturday. It's 12AM. Do you know where your grad student is?
A: Of course I do. She's in the lab, either compiling data, running an experiment, or doing her advisor's work for him.
Want to read my thesis?
⁂ So does my advisor
So what, you ask, programming languages does she know? Here, my friends, is your long-sought answer: