First, some very outdated links:
- My homepage (robla.net) – A place to find an outdated bio of myself
- My blog (robla.blog) – You’re reading it! Just like a diary, except there’s no good way to dot the i’s with hearts.
- Electorama! – electoral reform website
- Election Methods Mailing List – Many perspectives from all corners of the globe about mathematical minutia of elections. I administer this list, and only occasionally let my presence be known. It used to to be kind of ranty, but (as of this writing in February 2022), it’s gotten quite civilized.
- ABIF – Aggregated Ballot Information Format. This is a thing that I work on off-and-on, and other people wish I would work harder on.
- My Wikipedia user page – I waste time here, too.
- My SSH public key – if that sort of thing matters to you
- Social media:
(updated 2022) – I’m currently not working, and kinda enjoying it. I previously worked at
- Internet Archive, hosts of the Wayback Machine and Open Library, among other things
- Wikimedia Foundation, the organization responsible for hosting Wikipedia.
- Linden Lab (makers of Second Life)
- RealNetworks – focused on Helix, RTSP and SMIL
- Conjungi, Asymetrix, other things here and there
My conflict-of-interest statement on English Wikipedia is the best way to look at a readable
See also: robla.net