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I used to know more than I do now. Long ago I studied the bit with the electrons floating around. I miss it. I liked signal theory a lot.

I am not so good at the lifting heavy things business.

Here is a picture of me, but I'm told it doesn't look much like me with my hair all up like that.

This one looks more like me. Me and robots I am the one who's not a robot. I help with the orb robot on my left.



I have many allergies. I get tired of typing out my current list of food allergies, so I put them here:

Egg Cheese Brewer's yeast baker's yeast Almonds Cow's Milk Wheat
Amaranth Kidney beans navy beans pinto beans cabbage duck hazelnuts
malt goat's milk mushrooms peas perch rice salmon
sesame tomato vanilla black walnuts


/etc/passwd entry

# adduser --shell /bin/bash --uid 21580 --gecos 'Christie Dudley' longobord
# awk -F: '$1=="longobord" {print}' /etc/passwd
longobord:x:21580:21580:Christie Dudley,,,:/home/longobord:/bin/bash

ssh Public Key



longobord at gmail is my most direct email.
I'm also found at:

  • c.dudley at ieee org
  • christie at flaminglotus com
  • longobord at most of the popular places.

longobord on twitter, gtalk, etc.
Valkyrie` and Valkyrie`` and sometimes even Valkyrie- on irc


Still getting these sorted. Perpetually. Here are a couple of things that have been rattling around in my head:

  • Helping design and build low-cost robots out of (relatively) easily obtainable parts. Haven't named the project yet.
  • Probably something with LEDs, including acrylic light pipes. Maybe some cast resin.
    • LED fingernails
    • LED "beading" on clothing
    • LED "light" staff. Completed, but should do an instructable.
  • Wearable interfaces
  • Learning new things, like German, only that's a pretty old thing really.

I have (had?) all the parts to build a tesla coil I think I should do that someday. I also like to arrange for people to come to the space to talk about cool stuff.

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