|Pentium Pro Server Implementations||This is the case study I did for my final project for Computer Systems Architecture (a class at RPI). Ravi Changela and I examined the Pentium Pro Processor, with a focus on multiple processor implementations. This report is less technical that the previous one and I think is pretty readable even without a technical background. One other caution: this is the intellectual property of Ravi Changela and myself and we object to it being reused or reproduced in any way with out our consent.|
|TPS Shift Register||This is the report for my final project for VLSI Design (a class at RPI). Here is the layout in gif format. Ravi Changela, Parag Patel, and I designed a Transmit Parallel to Serial Shift Register, using PARADE, LASAR, and MAGIC. It is a technical report and may be difficult to understand of your background on the area of VLSI Design is limited. One other caution: this is the intellectual property of Ravi Changela, Parag Patel, and myself and we object to it being reused or reproduced in any way with out our consent.|
|This Website||This site is one of my ongoing projects. Sure it's a leasure activity for me but I put a great deal of work into this site making it not only functional, but aestheticly pleasing. I've worked hard at getting this site to behave exactly as I want, and I hope that is reflected in the end product. If you're more interested in this site as a project you can visit my log for this site. It shows my progress and plans. Also if you experience difficulties with this site please email me (please include browser and version as well as resolution that you are using).|
by Richard Lessor.
|This children's story is all about how to treat other people. It has a moral that has merit in the "grownup world" too. A good friend introduced me to this story.|
| The Magic Bubble Trip
by Ingrid & Dieter Schubert.
|This is another children's story that I enjoy.|
|Lost by SerahRose Roth||SerahRose is a close friend of mine and this is a story of hers that I enjoy.|
|Morning by Kevin J OBrien||This is a story that I wrote for a class at RPI (Wrighting to the WWW). It is an "interactive web short story." It was inspired by my timeliness to this class.|
Kevin J. O'Brien
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