Skip to main content

Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation

boffosocko.com

www.twitter.com/chrisaldrich

www.facebook.com/chrisaldrich

+13107510548

chris@boffosocko.com

plus.google.com/u/0/+ChrisAldrich1/about

stream.boffosocko.com

www.boffosockobooks.com

www.instagram.com/chrisaldrich

pnut.io/@chrisaldrich

 

"copying a manuscript of this kind proceeded at the rate of about one (two-sided) folio per day; pecia rentals typically lasted one week and involved about four folios."

http://takenote.chs.harvard.edu/node/103


Syndicated to: https://hyp.is/TX_xgABQEeeGlGcMd3tftw/takenote.chs.harvard.edu/node/103

 

@natalieasis I've spent 20 years in the entertainment business, but have a background in biomedical/electrical engineering which I never really left. I still consult on the engineering side and do some theoretical stuff on the side in IT/complexity/microbiology. There isn't much overlap unless someone submits technical manuscripts for me to publish, though sometimes one area does inform the other. Ping me if/when you need. I'm on skype/google hangouts/etc. I'm surely the easiest person to track down on the web, just don't confuse me with the game show contestant from VH1 as you may get some NSFW material back.

 

Gift to libraries establishes the Nancy H. Hall Curatorship of Rare Books and Manuscripts (congrats Earle!) http://hub.jhu.edu/magazine/2015/winter/alumni-giving

 

Vatican Library digitizes ancient manuscripts, makes them available for free http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/vatican-library-digitizes-ancient-manuscripts-shares-free-charge/