Hot shower = 2000 LED light bulbs
Scientific Integrity: biased use of science in Washington D.C.
Autos on Welfare
Local Sierra Club
water bottle rockets
Eliot Institute: a great family camp, one place I do rockets.
Diary from six months my family spent in Australia.
Camels and Bananas (a puzzle).
Habitat for Humanity.
More photos at:
The Wind Chill Factor is -80
Computers Labs in Schools Abroad
I'm on the board of
Technology Services Corps.
We have high school students refurbish donated computers, then take
them to needy countries. Our next trips are to Vietnam and Ecuador.
TSC needs computers; can you donate? Or $, especially for scholarships for low-income students?
I've led trips to:
Costa Rica 2012.
One school in Esquipulas, near Aguas Zarcas, San Carlos (Alajuela);
second in la Union de Venecia (San Carlos).
Two schools in and near the great market town of
Guatemala 2007. Estanzuela, the cleanest town in Guatemala
(With Global Technology Academy, the predecessor to TSC).
My Book! Chihara and Hesterberg, Mathematical Statistics with Resampling and R
bootstrap: bootstrap software, teaching material
for introductory statistics (including downloadable book chapters)
dataframe package for faster
data frame operations, aggregation package for fast and convenient
articles: my articles, book chapters, etc.
I work at
Seattle office, in
Fremont (the center of the universe). My Research at Google.
My resume, and a humorous biographical sketch.
useful links (mainly statistical)
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