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(Brookings rejected this cover; the actual is shinier.)
[Though, this is my personal blog, and is not to be construed as the opinion of any of the above.]
- Nonresident Fellow, Brookings Institution
- Executive Director, End Software Patents
- Senior statistician, Genetics Unit of the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program, National Institute of Mental Health
[Or see the full résumé at ben.klemens.org.]
- Modeling with Data Princeton University Press, Forthcoming in late 2008 PDF, web site
- Math You Can't Use: patents, copyright, and software Brookings Institution Press, November 2005.
Chapter 1 PDF,
Chapter 6 PDF,
- Was once a bike messenger, but now bikes in traffic purely for transportation.
- Got his first Internet email address in 1984; had no idea what to do with it.
- Used to be fluent in Spanish, but is forgetting a little bit every day.
- His primary advantage, both as a programmer and a policy analyst, is his ability to type 80 words per minute.
- Lives in Baltimore, which many consider to be an amusing quirk.
By shaving ability: