If nobody said anything unless he knew what he was talking about, a ghastly hush would descend upon the earth. —Sir Alan Herbert
What's on my mind this week.
I started this website mainly to show off the best of the mathematical images that I've made since 1997. (You can buy sculptures or mugs/shirts/posters!)
I've accumulated the Web's biggest collection of links for sphere arrangement problems.
I also host Doctor Richard Klitzing's polytope pages.
I'm on Twitter, sometimes.
One friend went so far as to write: Anton is one of the most thoughtful, careful thinkers I know. One of the things I appreciate about him is the enormous depth of his knowledge.
I hope this site and my Wikipedia edits demonstrate better than average command of language. I've done legal word-processing (twelve years) and medical transcription (two years); I could be a proofreader or copyeditor. (Résumé)
My dabblings in mathematics might be good for something. Maybe you know what that would be. For a long time I really had no idea what I'd like to do. Eventually I decided that my dream job would have something to do with creating beauty through applied mathematics; I might someday go back to school with that in mind.
If you know of an opening for someone like me, or have other ideas about jobs I might do or how to find them, or if you merely found something interesting on this site, do write to me!
I'd like to hear from anyone who remembers me from:
In 1994–5 I shared a cubicle with Sheila N. McNeil (possibly misspelled), until she moved to Twin Bridges, Montana. I meant to keep in touch but promptly lost her address.
What happened to Hansjoerg Walther? He was very active in political newsgroups in 1997–8; but hardly a peep since he returned to Germany after his year at Stanford.