Career influences

Forgive me if this seems too self-focused, but I regularly get asked about career influences. In this attachment (revised in January 2008) I try to describe them. I also present a brief intellectual autobiography and some personal details. If someone tagged you with the job of learning about this fell named Steve Hayes, well this could be useful.

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Short Bio for Steve

If you need a short bio (for introducing talks or whatever) one is attached. It has various flabors you can use and some weird facts, in case you want to be creative. It is current as of Spring 2010 ... if this this is too old email me at for a more current one (and goose me to update my blog!)

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I just added a cool translation module to the site that allows us to provide a translation of any page into multiple languages. When a site is available in different language, the name of the language (and its corresponding flag icon) will appear at the bottom of the page, near the "add child page" and "comment links." I translated the homepage into French and Japanese using AltaVista's Babel Fish translation tool ( I apologize to any native speakers of these languages for the undoubtedly laughable translation Babel Fish provided! Feel free to email me better translations!

Right now, only site editors can provide a translation for a page. And since I am barely fluent in English and only have a 7th-grade education in French, I am unable to provide any of the translations myself. However, if you would like to start translating the pages of this site, simply send me an email with this info: the page (specifically, the URL of the page) you are translating, the language you are translating it into, and the translation. Then I'll go ahead and add the translation to the site.

getting ready to launch...

So I'm getting close to having ready to launch. I still need to migrate a bit of the content from the RFT site over to here, finish programming version 2.0 of my RFT tutorial and get it running here, and work on an easy way to sort/search the already lengthy list of publications on the site (which may not happen until after the site launches). What a fun way to spend my summer vacation!

Kelly's Blog

Eric this new website is entirely cool. I love it. You are a super genius!

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