撅高含着玉势羞耻惩罚Hire aNERD: Looking for a Boston based software manager? Consider Jeff DelPapa's resume
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撅高含着玉势羞耻惩罚>dp(Jeff)Theorganizer and actual leader of the team (also webmaster, mailer of T shirts,speaker to travel agents, etc.), recumbentbicycle obsessed (I design and build my own, see Frankenbikeand Trondholm,our tandem, or the The Busycle), and the most heavily bearded. (I am told that made methe prime candidate for captain, but I managed to avoid it.) Besidesthe bicycles, and this team web page, I build musical instruments, ringchurchbells, take pictures with a plate camera, and read entirely too much. As a side effect of the Junkyard alumni reunion, I have joined TeamTormentum, building siege weapons, primarilyfor tossing pumpkins. More detailshere.
GeoMachineartist, designer, computer scientist, futurist, extreme engineer. Has former lives in electrical engineering, robotics, and roboticart. Currently, having escaped with his Phd from MIT, can now be found on the left coast, at Squid labs. The first audition was filmed in the Chinatown loft he called home. Our diver, he got thejob of piloting TheNautilus, our submarine.
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Take a look at SubmarineDesign Notes for more details than the TV show has time for. Peer inside the skinof the Nautilus.
Weflew, we built, we conquered. A delightful, but exhausting time washad by all.
We Get Press
Boston Innovation's Matt Fellows wrote Team Building? Try Machine Building! about Jeff's team building program. Wired.com'sMichelle Dellio interviewed Jeff, and Steve Garfith one of the Britishexperts, and wrote Who Wants To Be a Gearhead? Thiswas picked up by Slashdot which resulted in the usual blizzard of hits, and over100comments. The whole team was interviewed by Michael Park, and FoxNews published U.S.Gadgeteer's Appear on British 'Junk' Show. ChrisSzechenyi, of the Boston Globe's online edition wrote Turningjunk into science. The paper edition of the Globe ran its ownarticle. We had our first live interview, on Baltimore radio station WQSR'smorning show. Chris Wright of the BostonPhoenixinterviewed Jeff and Crash, resulting in TechnoTrash: Junk Bonds. Shortly before our show broadcast in theUS, we appeared on The Computer Reportshow on WCAP radio in Lowell. While not mentioning us by name, areview of the show in Maxim online used a photo of Crash and I with theNautilus.
Thisplanet needs a lot more kids that think taking a lawnmower's engine apartis more fun than playing video games.
Thisentire site copyright 2000-2007 by Jeff Del Papa, and The New England RubbishDeconstruction Society. We each did our personal pages. Crash gets creditfor 90% of the Survivor Comparison and 10% of the Iron Chef comparison.DP gets credit for 90% of the Iron Chef comparison and 10% of the SurvivorComparison. Jamie drew our logo on a background by Mark Fisher. Geo did the fancy edit of the audition video. Crash took some ofthe pictures used, dp, Susan, Dominic McCarthy, and Jared took the rest. Tony Finn contributed the drawing of the injector, and Mark Burgess providedthe pictures taken at the Donnington exhibition. DP is to blame forthe rest of the text, backgrounds, and graphic design. Thanks extendedto Susan for copy editing Jeff's sometimes tortured prose. Links to thesite (or any page within) welcome, let me know if you want a link back. Any excerpting or off-web publication of material from this site must becleared withdppriorto publication. (Use of material for educational or news purposes permittedwithout advance permission if the top-level link (http:www.the-nerds.org)is included.)