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Introductions: Eric Miller, w3c

From: Tom Stambaugh <tms@stambaugh-inc.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 2005 18:57:43 -0500
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To: "\"public-semweb-lifesci\"" <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>

I'm Tom Stambaugh. I'm an independent software consultant in the Boston 
area. I've been working in the Life Sciences domain (with companies like 
Millennium and Aventis) since 1998. The Semantic Web is, in my view, the 
next generation of innovative and revolutionary software technology. It 
builds on the foundations I helped lay in object-oriented languages, 
systems, and architectures, hypertext and hypermedia, and 
causally-reflective environments. I'm particularly struck by the confluence 
between Semantic Web technologies and Wikis, which I've been using and 
supporting since 1997. I want to make significant contributions in both 
Semantic Web tools and content. I'm particularly interested in integrating 
Semantic Web technologies with AJAX, wikis, and service-oriented 
architectures. I invite you to learn more about me and my network of 
collaborators and friends at my linkedin profile 
(https://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=788915) and of course I 
invite you to visit my very-lightweight website, 
http://www.stambaugh-inc.com. Ask me how I built it!

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