raeez lorgat

researcher re·search·er, rəˈsərCHər,ˈrēˌsərCHər/
noun one who searches and researches without intimation of anything lost

| a person
+ about
+ contact: root [äт] raeez [døt] com
+ @raeez
+ @radix26
| a reading list
+ books
+ on story-telling
| writing
+ Passing Fictions
| videos
+ vimeo

Presently reading "Sources of Chinese Tradition" by Wm. Theodore de Bary and Irene Bloom.

Previously "Pale Fire" by Vladimir Nabokov, "On Photography" by Susan Sontag, "The Lives of Animals" by J. M. Coetzee, "Notes from the Underground" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, "Love in the time of Cholera" by Gabriel García Márquez, "Anna Karenina" by Leo Tolstoy and "Omeros" by Derek Walcott.

teaching

Spring 2017: Teaching Assistant for 6.035: Computer Language Engineering.

Summer 2016: Lecturer for MT26 at AIMS: Mathematical Thinking at the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences.

Spring 2016: Teaching Assistant for 18.721: Algebraic Geometry.

Summer 2013: M7271: Introduction To Pure Mathematics.

software

monet

server infrastructure for web applications.

decaf

a toy compiler for a simple java-like language built in Haskell.

lgl

Linear Graph Library: a Haskell library implementing fast classical graph algorithms, such as Tarjan's strongly connected components.

dmx512-driver

c++ driver implementing the dmx512 protocol used to address color kinetics lights.

Raeez is an (infrequently) conscious agent with lossy state composed of a painful superposition of mutually incomprehensible narratives simultaneously undergoing chaotic time-evolution.

Until recently his spatial probability distribution was localized in that region of North America commonly denoted Cambridge (pronounced ˈkām-brij) in Massachusetts. This spatial mode has since undergone rapid decoherence; the ensuing time evolution flow appears to exhibit multiple highly correlated pseudo-stable modes.

He—or someone he used to be—has spilled a questionably coherent trail of curiosities. If you believe in form: writing, code, tweets, videos, and photography. If you don't, well done.

Should you find the above off-putting I suggest you find, steal or purchase a sense of humour;
alternatively, spend time reading books published by Springer (or similar corporation) sporting greek symbols wedged between words crafted by those who make it their profession to be as esoteric as possible.

Of course, this is all done artfully.

Otherwise, social protocol dictates a dish more seasoned to taste.