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I work at the University of New South Wales, where I use Ruby to analyze biological data.

In part of my spare time, I work on fun programming projects. One was trying to analyze what underlies Wikipedia's Get to Philosophy game. I also worked on one called the "Small Eigen Collider".

I'm currently learning Japanese, and I'm an active participant in lang-8.com, a website where you write journal entries in a language you're learning, and get corrected by native speakers of that language. In return, you correct people writing entries in your native language. Recently, I've been asking a few questions prompted by slightly incorrect English I've encountered on lang-8.


Apr
27
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
7
comment Why are points used where furigana would be normally?
possible duplicate of Do Japanese writers use underline for emphasis?
Mar
30
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
28
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
24
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
12
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
10
accepted What's an オウンキー? Why does the term exist?
Mar
9
asked What's an オウンキー? Why does the term exist?
Mar
3
revised Describing aptronyms (names that fit their owner)
Add Ohno
Feb
2
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
30
comment Is 芸姑 a real word?
I realise this question talks about IMEs, but I asked this on the main site rather than meta because it isn't asking about how to use a specific IME.
Jan
30
asked Is 芸姑 a real word?
Jan
28
accepted How does the derogatory term “小便芸者” work?
Jan
27
comment Is ありす a traditional girl's name?
The Wikipedia link (a disambiguation page) doesn't have any citations.
Jan
27
asked How does the derogatory term “小便芸者” work?
Jan
14
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
11
accepted Is there a Japanese phrase that gets translated into English as “Steel and rice” coalition?
Jan
8
revised Why is saki in japanese written as さつき? there's other times I've seen the tsu in words without being pronounced. Why is this?
edited tags
Jan
8
comment Why is saki in japanese written as さつき? there's other times I've seen the tsu in words without being pronounced. Why is this?
Related question: japanese.stackexchange.com/q/751/91
Jan
5
accepted What's the difference between 話せる and 話す?