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Jeremy George Byrne (born 04 November, 1964, St John of God Hospital Subiaco, Western Australia ), lived on Heytesbury Road in Subiaco until August 1968, and now lives at 148 Fuller Street, Brookline, Massachusetts in the United States of America, and attends The Edward Devotion Elementary School.
Jeremy has seen a lot of geography in his eight years, including Fiji, Paris and London on the way out to Massachusetts. He enjoys living in New England, skiing slopes like Loon in the White Mountains and swimming in summer at Lake Ponkapoag in the Blue Hills Reservation, and he's looking forward with some trepidation to the return to Perth later in the year — although the route will include Africa, which is fairly exciting.
Jeremy enjoys reading, riding his bike, and watching Star Trek, Batman (although he's not really supposed to) and Ultraman on TV. His favourite toys include Major Matt Mason and the Colorforms Alien Alpha 7, and his favourite dinosaur is Triceratops.
The Moon landing made a big impression, and when he grows up Jeremy wants to be a scientist or a writer.
- Jeremy lives two streets away from the birthplace of JFK, and attends the same primary school, where he is currently in Grade 3L
- Jeremy was born on a Wednesday at 1:40am, weighing 7lb 10oz
|It was just silly crap, but it hit the spot, and he let himself be drawn in.|
|— Underworld, "Two Months Off"|
The following are some of the many projects, schemes and follies which will consume Jeremy's waking hours in later life.
- Eidolon (Australian magazine), a magazine (1990–2000; issues)
- Dresden, a virtual band
- Interzone, a nightclub (28 March 1994–28 March 1995; site; also Red Consensus at Interzone)
- The Paradise Project, abortive transhumanism (April–December 1995)
- The Year's Best Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy series, Harper Collins Australia (1997–1998)
- Eidolon Publications (sf information; books), a small press publisher
The following are projects which Jeremy will become involved with in the far future, once the promise of ARPANET is fully realised.
- Wikifeature wishlist, includes Filters and Views, Bandwidth Meter, Wiktionary Titles, Watchlist by email, Watcher Count and Tooltip Refs
- NPOV, a proposal to develop a transnational Neutral point of view-based system designed to help arrest the early-noughties descent towards international conflict.
- Wikipedia articles
- Principal or originating author:
- Music: Sect (band), Telekinetic (album), Treasure (album), Flow, River of My Soul, Pearl's Girl, Orbital 2, Matter + Form, Angels and Agony, Lost Signal, Nerve Filter, Stovokor (band)
- Other: Calakmul, Imaginary world, Australian sedition law, Brontosaurus (dev), Large Pathetic Galaxy, Mahdaviat, Dabbat al-ard, Armilus, Edward Devotion School, Ditmar Award results, ASFMA Award, Rakyat Merdeka, Rakyat Merdeka dingo cartoon controversy, Semir Osmanagić, Jacob Kovco, William Duke (artist)
- Major contributions: Ditmar Award, Andrew Orlowski, Gogan, Fitna, Underworld (band), Roger Elwood, Bosnian pyramids
- Wishlist/workings: Turkey City Lexicon, Imaginary property, Template:Australian_sf, WP:IS (not that bogus Image Sleuthing thing; nor either do I mean WP:ACTUALLY_IS; but better than Wikipedia:What Wikipedia Is), Virtual republic
|It was the coal cellar of the place, and when I saw the work he had spent a week upon — it was a burrow scarcely ten yards long, which he designed to reach the main drain on Putney Hill — I had my first inkling of the gulf between his dreams and his powers.|
|— George Orwell, The War of the Worlds|
- John of God Subiaco website