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Nitpicker's Notes




My passion is to fix stuff. Right now I'm looking for work; see KarpinskiResume for details.


Talk to me about


  1. JustGo - An easy to learn and use method for navigating through lots of information.
  2. The Humane Interface - Jef Raskin's summary of his book by that name.
  3. VibrantHealth - Covering Everyone and Improving Healthcare while Lowering Cost
  4. VOIP effects - Why Voice Over Internet Protocol matters to everyone.
  5. TheySaid - A cheaper faster way to understand what the journal article authors said.
  6. Capture History - Keep track of what happens and what you do about that.
  7. SmoothFlow - A system to eliminate unnecessary traffic jams.
  8. PBwikiBugs - Problems using this wiki farm
  9. My own health - Current status, discussions, and health history
  10. Change Congress - Larry Lessig is out to end corruption in Congress



Open Questions (add yours too)


  • What if a list like this one or the one above gets too long?
  • What is here (content) and what can I see from here (view)?
  • How little is enough to support humane computing?
  • How can it be made easy to add an idea?
  • How to make an object oriented JustGo wiki input mode?


Nitpicker's justification


I am an inveterate nitpicker. I correct the placement of garbage cans in my pod in the mobile home park where I live. I correct grammar and spelling on wikis and on Literotica sexy stories and anywhere else I can. In my own head, I'm always doing it to be helpful and friendly. Nitpicking is a natural way that primates show their respect to one another, literally picking louse eggs out of each other's fur. I do it in a more metaphorical way.



Richard Karpinski, Nitpicker 

148 Sequoia Circle, Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Home +1 707-546-6760 Cell +1 707-228-9716



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