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bio website ontology.io
location Atlanta, GA
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seen Mar 25 at 16:32

Hi! I'm Joseph.

I am a computer programmer (my Github) and thinker/writer (my working group's blog.)

I'm also one of the friendly neighborhood moderators pro tempore at Philosophy StackExchange.

Education: I graduated from Georgia College and State University in 2008 with a B.S. Degree in Computer Science. I took upper-level classes in both philosophy and mathematics, becoming so interested in the study of philosophy that I ended up taking a sufficient upper-level philosophy hours to satisfy the coursework requirements (if I had taken a bit more foreign languages and written up a thesis, I would have qualified for a B.A. in Philosophy also.)

Work: I'm a ThoughtWorker. I sometimes speak at conferences. I'm also a reader for a philosophy publishing house, Univocal.

Play: I love moving -- walking, running, working out. I also love books and music (listening and writing -- I play guitar and am trying to learn piano.)


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comment Is it possible to write a song without a key?
You may be interested in atonal music, see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atonality
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted What are some common jazz chord progressions?
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asked What are some common jazz chord progressions?
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comment How can I significantly improve my hand independence on piano?
+1, this is a great answer.