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I agree to multi-license my eligible text contributions, unless otherwise stated, under Wikipedia's copyright terms and into the public domain. Please be aware that other contributors might not do the same, so if you want to use my contributions in the public domain, please check the multi-licensing guide.

I am constantly on the lookout for gratuitous Linux references. If you think you may have spotted a gratuitous Linux reference on wikipedia, please leave a note on my talk page.

Please do not use float, line-height or absolute font sizes (font-size: 4pt) unless you want your page to look something like this to me and everyone else using a large font. I'm getting tired of fixing these because I don't know CSS or HTML very well and it can take me several minutes to fix something that uses excessive code.

If you wish to aid further in this regard, try increasing the font size in your browser (in Phoenixfox you can press <Ctrl> + <+> several times to do this quickly) and fix any bad rendering that you see. You'll appreciate this when you start to get old and your eyes go bad, forcing you to use large fonts to browse the web.


I am a participant at Wikipedia:WikiProject Chemistry.

Contacting me[edit]

If you need to contact me, I would prefer that you use my talk page.

I am usually present in #wikipedia on Freenode if you just want to chat.

If you wish to contact me via email, please use the link on this page. If you wish to use OpenPGP, my public key is here:

Images I've uploaded[edit]

Beaker1.jpg Graduated cylinder.jpg Pi-symbol.svg