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I'm currently giving a go at organizing an IBM Task Force to work on cleaning up, standardizing, and expanding articles about IBM and its products. Please feel free to lend a hand.


This is likely the best DJ set I've ever heard.

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Apparently newsbusters has quoted me extensively, although they use strawman arguments to bypass or misrepresent my points.

Research Initiative (inactive)[edit]

Do you need help doing some research? I have access to excellent databases of reliable sources (EBSCOhost, JSTOR, Lexis Nexis, etc.) -- take a look at my research requests user project. Comments welcome!

Personal Wikipiphanies[edit]

Other Quotes[edit]



On becoming the Kingdom[edit]

On communications[6][edit]

On the Dunning–Kruger effect[edit]


Please add any I've missed!

Quick links[edit]

Stuff I've done[edit]

Articles I've Worked On (very noninclusive list)[edit]

Article Author Rewrite GA / FA Nom Copyedit Cite Fmt NPOV OR / RS Featured
Angler:TCVP X
Ask Foy X X X X
Atari 8-bit family X X X
Azalea Trail Maids X DYK 28 March 2010
Chappaquiddick incident X X X X
Curry X X X
dBase X
Domus Transitoria X
Fox Business Network X X X X
Fox News Channel X X X X
Fox News Channel controversies X X X X
Fox News Channel programming X X X X
Gold to Go X DYK 22 May 2010
K-factor (Cisco) X
Mr. President (TV series) X X
Mark Foley X
Microsoft Courier X
Natalee Holloway X
NAVGC 1983 X X
Squirrel Systems X X X DYK 5 April 2007
syslog X X
Trade Wars 2002 X
Ted Kennedy X X X X X X GA 30 October 2006
What Happened X X X

Other miscellany[edit]


  1. ^ "NickCT (paraphrased)". 
  2. ^ "My Wikipiphany". 
  3. ^ Letter to Morris Raphael Cohen, professor emeritus of philosophy at the College of the City of New York, defending the controversial appointment of Bertrand Russell to a teaching position, 19 March 1940. See: "Memorable Einstein Quotes". 
  4. ^ Romano, Andrew (2010-10-17). "America's Holy Writ". Newsweek. 
  5. ^ "The Killing Fields". 
  6. ^ This is not really humor!
  7. ^ During one of McCloskey's daily press briefings during the Vietnam War, as attributed by Marvin Kalb in TV Guide on 31 March 1984
  8. ^ Bertrand Russell, The Triumph of Stupidity (1933-05-10) in Mortals and Others: Bertrand Russell's American Essays, 1931-1935 (Routledge, 1998, ISBN 0-415-17866-5), p. 28