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Pragmatic idealist. Doing my best to solve real problems.

I'm the CEO of Cerebrum

Formerly CEO of Assembl (acquired by Cerebrum)

Assembl is a company I founded with the goal of evolving the research process. Assembl builds tools that help to digitize, decentralize, and democratize science. Our Github repository is here, but we don't use Github much.

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  1. GettingBetter is a simple systems-based framework for improving your life. It is compatible with nearly any other productivity or time management software, but can be used entirely on its own. All …

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  2. The definitive guide on how to write academic markdown, written using the academic markdown system.

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  3. The Interplanetary Publishing Protocol (IntPub) is a tool researchers, academics, and scientists can use to self-publish their works on uncensorable & decentralized networks.

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  4. Turn your many scattered repos into one monorepo, while preserving git history, without a huge struggle.

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May 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created an issue in agcty/nextjs-advanced-starter that received 2 comments

Add Full Tailwind Color Palette?

Since the Tailwind file is purged in production, I think it may be useful to make all of the Tailwind color variants available by default. This dra…

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Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
agcty/nextjs-advanced-starter
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17 contributions in private repositories May 1 – May 15

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