Angus McIntyre

Last updated: 11.12.2003


I'm a computer programmer, researcher, linguist, photographer, writer and probably other things as well. I tend to roam around a bit: in the past I've lived in Edinburgh, Milan, Brussels, London and Paris. I have now come to rest (for the moment at least) in New York.

If you are looking for a developer for web, AI or conventional applications, please take a look at nomadcode.com, which gives information about some of the services I offer and the past projects I've worked on. Or if you just want to see my resume, it's available here in PDF or plain text format) along with a list of my previous clients. If you'd like to discuss your requirements, please mail me. Even if I'm not able to take on the work myself, I can pass on your requirement to a network of web developers, programmers, graphic artists and photographers located in the United States and elsewhere.

Incidentally, you might have noticed that this site appears not to have been updated for a long time. This is, strictly speaking, true (although I still sometimes tweak a few pages here and there, add stuff to databases, and try to patch up things that have been broken by my hosting service). What you can't see is that, lurking in the wings, there is a completely new version of the site, with a new look, new content, and - soon - a new server. This new version has been in the works for close to two years, and it's still a long way from ready. There's nothing like rebuilding a site from scratch to give you an idea of just how much material it actually contains. Unfortunately, because I've radically changed the way the site is constructed, I can't even roll it out piecemeal. And because of other constraints on my time, I'm not able to devote a lot of time to the process of rebuilding. So in the meantime, I'm afraid you'll just have to put up with the site in its present, increasingly shabby and dilapidated form.

Getting back to personal stuff, I regret to say that I've succumbed to the temptation to put some pictures of myself online. Worse than that, I even worked out my geekcode. Of course I have a PGP public key. I've also, for no very good reason, typed in a rather ancient History of the Clan Macintyre that I had lying around, so that you can read about my, uh, roots.


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