By day I’m an entrepreneur, web technologist and open-source developer but
my academic background is in linguistics (along with some classics,
comparative philology, and educational statistics) and my main avocation is
working on text, annotations, analysis and software relating to historical
languages with a particular interest in facilitating better learning.
While my focus has mostly been on Biblical Greek, much of the work is
highly relevant to other Hellenistic Greek texts, other dialects of Ancient
Greek and, indeed, texts in completely different languages as well.
All code written for this endeavour is open source and text and data is
made available under a Creative Commons license to the extent allowed by
the sources used.