Buckminster Fuller an Early Influence
One side of me is fascinated with gadgets, computers, technology, and geometry/polyhedra. View some work at my art/geometry gallery.
Buckminster Fuller was an early influence, and I sought more formal instruction and ideas. I attended University of Montreal for Master's work in Spatial Design Geometry and studied at Harvard with Professor Loeb as part of that degree. While in Cambridge area, I was an active member of the Boston Computer Society, which led to work with the first public Internet Service Provider on the planet, Software Tool and Die (The World)
See the links page relating to Buckminster Fuller, mathematics/art-related, origami, and Macintosh.
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