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I'm a consulting geologist for a small company in the Denver area. I study problems related to active tectonics, using geomorphology, structural geology and remote sensing.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

...later that night....

hey again... my first post here was an effort to procrastinate during a school day, and a fairly effective way to waste time. tonight is more of a "im bored and need to take up a little time while i think of something cooler to do" type of entry.

so first of all... big news is i no longer live on the east coast. i am now living in boulder colorado, and working as a graduate phd candidate at the university of colorado at boulder. im working towards a doctorate in active tectonics, studying the structural kinematics and geomorphology of taiwan. i (for some odd reason) moved 2000 miles away from the wonderful girl im dating, which is a downer to put it mildly. i do at least have unlimited options for mountain biking and other related activities out here, unlike the east coast. i miss boston and nyc, although im only 30 minutes away from denver here... it could be much worse. i spent the last two years living in near social exile, up in central new hampshire. not that i didnt meet a couple of incredible people up there, people who im sad to have left behind.

anyway, just some quick thoughts for tonight. i know i said i would do this until i thought of something better to do, but my attention span tonight is near nonexistant, so im throwing in the towel. more bloggin later.


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