Last updated 2015-09-03.
I used to be Kragen Javier Sittler; I changed my name in 1997 when I married Marilyn Sitaker (previously Marilyn O'Brien). From 2003 to 2012 (or officially 2013) I was married to Beatrice Murch. We used to live in San Francisco, but we've been living in Buenos Aires since November 2006.
I don't have any kids.
I'm not looking for work, but an outdated resume is available online.
According to my cousin, I am not boring. My solution to mosquitoes is a fireball. I pulled up my roots and moved halfway around the world because of philosophy. I think about making fridges out of styrofoam and computers out of aluminum, brass, soapstone, or thread. My solution to moles is a red-hot poker. My solution to most claims is to test them as immediately and thoroughly as I can (Corelleware will, it turns out, break on a wood floor). I do abstract math and computational problems for fun.
With dreary mundane problems that everyone has typical solutions to, I go at them from my own crazy angle. Frustrating? Sometimes. But not, I am told, boring.
|on||I am at||as of|
|telephone||+54 (9) 11 3413 9784||2011-05-07|
|MSN Messenger||No account|
LJ Talk, etc.)
|Friendster (dead)||Kragen 'xentrac' Sitaker|
|Slashdot||Kragen Sitaker (1440)||1999-2011|
usually in #swhack
|Lambda the Ultimate||Kragen Sitaker|
|userscripts.org||Kragen Javier Sitaker/kragen/19121|
|icb||xentrac on default.icb.net||1992-2011|
|Kragen Javier Sitaker||2009-2011|
I've also used the email addresses firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com. I used to post a lot on Usenet with some of them.
In addition to the above networks that you can use to contact me, I am part of the Canonical Hackers, the free-software community, the open-source community, the THINK Conference, bab5, tbtf-irregulars, FoRK, Burning Man, the United States, and the internet.
Identity is complicated.