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Certified ELT Celta teacher, Certified Web Developer and Newspaper contributor to Libre en el Sur.
Raised around the globe by a career diplomat and his fine arts counterpart; my cultural background is extensive.
In the fall of '01 I move to the Windy City to major in Computer Science, from here my passion for user interface design took off. From '03 to '09, I was taken in by Linux & the OSS/Open Source sphere, contributing code and graphics.
I like to travel, having visited over 130 cities in 29 countries.
I speak English, French, Spanish and study Japanese.
Collecting books, examining subjects such as the Arts, History and Mythology, a Renaissance man.
Skateboarding is another passion of mine and I exercised it for over 24 years, it takes discipline.
My current research topics are Symbolism, Egyptology, Religion, photographic composition, A.I., smart fabrics (techwear) (textile computing), architecture, and sustainability.
Member of R1b Haplogroup and secret societies.
THANKS, Seichiro Ichinose, Robert Renling "xcasex", Corey Donohoe (atmos), Brian Mattern "rephorm", Christian Fofiu, Carsten Haitzler (rasterman), Ben Rockwood (benr), Nathan Ingersoll, Tatiana Azundris (azundris), Jason Poindexter "contenu", Nathan Baxter "pixelhead", Andrew Brehaut "gr1dl0ck", Kevin Francis, Hannes Janetzek, Alex Becherer "moshi", Pascal (the myth) Deniau, Rexford Smith, Candace Blevins "candy", David Liu, Quinn Storm, Braulio Elizondo (hiperpunk), Daniel Gonzalez (mard3), Stephen Houston (okra), Ibukun Olumuyiwa, María Mayela Leiva Ulloa, José Humberto Castro Villalobos, Carmen Torres, Ricardo Fajardo, Emilie Fresneau, Pablo Romo (Pablo Canvas)
var. of com- before a vowel, h, and gn: coadjutor; cohabit; cognate. The prefix co- now productively forms new words from bases beginning with any sound (co-conspirator; co-manage; coseismic), sometimes with the derived sense “auxiliary, subsidiary” (coenzyme; copilot), and, in mathematics and astronomy, with the sense “complement” (codeclination).
/rɛd/ [red] –verb (used with object), red, red⋅ding.