This journal was formerly located at 11011110.livejournal.com and moved to its current location in April 2017. The name comes from interpreting my initials as the hexadecimal number 0xDE (decimal 222) and then converting the result to binary.
For comments on recent posts, see the linked entries on my Google+ account. I also post links to other web pages there, with roundups of those links approximately twice monthly here.
I am a Chancellor's Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Irvine, and an administrator on the English-language Wikipedia. See my home page at UC Irvine or my Wikipedia user page for more. This is my personal blog, and although it may contain material related to my UCI teaching and research it is not sponsored by and does not represent the views of the university (nor Wikipedia).
The text of the posts on this blog, and all images created for these posts, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Other images may come from other sources and are not necessarily freely licensed. Code snippets may be used under the MIT Licence (in short, feel free to use them but don't expect me to warrant their correctness or otherwise support them).