Occassionally I (or my projects) become enshrined in the media!
Amber Orosco '19, Stephen Pastoriza '19, Benjamin Wu '18, and Anne Goodyear discuss the exhibition and the use of mobile technology to enhance the exhibition experience.
I provide technical support for various digital initiatives for the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, the Arctic Museum, and the Bowdoin Library's Special Collections. Additionally I provide support for faculty projects. At Bowdoin, I have had the opportunity to use all the skills I have learned to develop a variety of applications and, of course, learn about all the many haunted aspects of this fine institution!
Publication: Exploring Film Language with a Digital Analysis Tool: the Case of Kinolab. Allison Cooper, Fernando Nascimento, David Francis. Digital Humanities Quarterly. Volume 15, Number 1. 2021.
In the News: Announcing the Launch of Cratylus
In contrast to my current projects I feel compelled to list my some of my past ventures that remain (sometimes inexplicibly) in production!
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Over the years I have received many questions about the names of software projects I have overseen. Here is a listing of all the ones I can remember. I swear there was a reason for each name but I may not be able to remember why...