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44 _layouts/default.html
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<div class="container">
<div class="column span-20 prepend-2 append-2 first last" id="header">
- <p class="title">Josh's GitHub Spot</p>
- <hr>
+ <p class="title">Manhattan Metric: The Web Home of Joshua Ballanco</p>
+ <hr/>
</div>
<div class="column span-15 prepend-2 first">
@@ -31,14 +31,39 @@
</div>
<div class="column span-5 append-2 last">
- <h4>Random Info</h4>
- <div id="github-badge"></div>
+ <script charset="utf-8" src="http://widgets.twimg.com/j/2/widget.js"></script>
+ <script>
+ new TWTR.Widget({
+ version: 2,
+ type: 'profile',
+ rpp: 4,
+ interval: 30000,
+ width: 250,
+ height: 300,
+ theme: {
+ shell: {
+ background: '#b7b9bd',
+ color: '#424242'
- <h4>Twitter</h4>
- <ul id="twitter_update_list"></ul>
- <a href="http://twitter.com/manhattanmetric" id="twitter-link" style="display:block;text-align:right;">follow me on Twitter</a>
- </div>
+ },
+ tweets: {
+ background: '#e7e9ed',
+ color: '#424242',
+ links: '#125aa7'
+
+ }
+
+ },
+ features: {
+ scrollbar: false,
+ loop: false,
+ live: false,
+ behavior: 'all'
+
+ }
+ ).render().setUser('manhattanmetric').start();
+ </script>
</div>
</div>
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GITHUB_LIST_LENGTH=3;
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<script type="text/javascript">
var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www.");
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{{ page.title }}
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-Welcome to my GitHub home! It's not much at the moment, but with any luck, that will be changing soon...
+This is the website of Joshua Ballanco, or at least what I've managed to put together so far. Mostly, that means links to some of my
+GitHub repos. If you're interested in more of my thoughts, you might want to check out [my blog](http://blog.manhattanmetric.com/).
-## Public Projects
+## Ph.D. Stuff
-### [Shoes Textmate Bundle](http://github.com/jballanc/shoes-tmbundle/tree/master)
-Probably the most useful of my projects currently. It's not as up to date as I'd like, but it works (try cmd-R, you'll like it).
+### [Ph.D. Preliminary Exam](http://manhattanmetric.com/Ph.D.-Preliminary-Exam-Paper/prelim.html)
+This is the paper I prepared as part of my Ph.D. preliminary examination. The topic is "The Importance of Side-Chain Entropy in
+Protein Folding"... I know, riveting stuff, right? If you're the sort of person that likes this kind of stuff, you can also get the
+LaTeX source for the paper [here](https://github.com/jballanc/Ph.D.-Preliminary-Exam-Paper). I've released it all under a [CC BY-NC
+license](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/us/).
-### [U.S.S. Monte Carlo](http://github.com/jballanc/uss_monte_carlo/tree/master)
-This was my entry into the first Ruby Sparing tournament. Turns out, Battleship logic is not so simple!
+### [Ph.D. Thesis Dissertation](http://manhattanmetric.com/Ph.D.-Dissertation/index.html)
+This is the full text of my Ph.D. Thesis Dissertation entitled "A Model for the Evolution of Nucleotide Polymerase Directionality".
+If you don't feel like slogging through a full thesis, you can also check out the slightly shorter version that I published as a
+paper in [PLoS One](http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0018881). The LaTeX source is also available
+[here](https://github.com/jballanc/Ph.D.-Dissertation) and is also licensed under a [CC BY-NC
+license](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/us/).
-### [textmate](http://github.com/jballanc/textmate/tree/master)
-Small (and I do mean small) improvement on Yahuda Katz textmate command line tool. Pretty much completely superseded by Get Bundles.
+### [Evolver](https://github.com/jballanc/Evolver)
+This is the "toy model" (that's a technical term) that I constructed and studied as the bulk of my Ph.D. Thesis work. It was
+originally written in Ruby (and the "master" branch represents the final version used for all of the work presented in my
+dissertation), but I've also begun experimenting with re-implementing it in other languages.
-### [Ph.D. Preliminary Exam](http://github.com/jballanc/prelim/tree/master)
-Yes, I even put my LaTeX document for my prelim on GitHub. I'm not going to publish it (it's not really publish-worthy), but if anyone's interested the topic is "The Importance of Side-Chain Entropy in Protein Folding". Trust me, it's riveting stuff...
+
+## Other Stuff
+
+### [A Y-Combinator in Objective-C](https://github.com/jballanc/objc-ycomb)
+I went ahead and implemented the Y-Combinator using blocks in Objective-C. Why? As the great George Mallory put it: "Because it's
+there!"
+
+### [Scrabbler](https://github.com/jballanc/scrabbler)
+I've been learning Clojure with a group of co-workers, and this is one of the "homework" projects that we set out for ourselves.
+I've also been using it to experiment with the new Clojure `reducers` library. Expect to see more on this topic soon...

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