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B. Clay "el Gonző" Shannon
Founder "Found in the Translation"
United States United States
Known to some as "el Gonző," I am the Idea Man and elbowGreaser at the Microsoft BizSpark startup "Across Time & Space" and its Multilingual classic book division "Found in the Translation," which produces books such as "Don Quixote" with "Spanish and English side by side," also "Around the World in 80 Days" in French and English, "Alice in Wonderland" in English and German as well as English and Italian, etc.
 
In the past I have worked extensively with Delphi and InterBase/Firebird, but am currently focusing on C# and web technologies, specifically ASP.NET Web API, jQuery, HTML5, and CSS3, with a special interest in google maps and the gomap jQuery plugin.
 
Web sites created by Across Time & Space (me) are http://usamaporama.azurewebsites.net and http://www.bigsurgarrapata.com and http://www.awardwinnersonly.com
 
I have lived in eight states; besides my native California (to which I have finally returned) these, in chronological order: New York, Montana, Alaska, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Idaho, and Missouri.
 
I am also a writer of both fiction (for which I use a nom de plume, "Blackbird Crow Raven", as a nod to my Native American heritage - I am "half cowboy, half Indian") and nonfiction: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/blackbirdcraven
 
Sort of a Dr. Doolittle among psychedelic algebraists, I am known as "The Map Whisperer" to wren and crow alike. Occasionally I have guided migratory birds who have lost their way, helping them homeward, and often the rackety times in the bee-loud glades would have been reduced to eerie silence had I not pointed the pathway home to those industrious pollinators.
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