personal portal site of Zacharias Stankiewicz
I'm Zacharias Stankiewicz, a Computer Science student at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. I've a love for technology, including mobile devices, application development, vintage computing, and hardware emulation. I also persue interests in history, literature (disclaimer: term used loosely), photography, and a variety of geekdom.
I've lived in Port Richmond (a neighborhood in North Philadelphia) for the last six years, and I share a block with a cardboard display manufacturer.↑ Most of my web output can be found at No Compelling Content, including product reviews, my attempts to take nice pictures of things, and occasional backhanded compliments to minor web celebrities.
I am a believer in the transformative effect that computing can have on both individuals and communities. I've been working on cost-effective IT solutions using repurposed PC equipment for sharing ideas and securing communities.
tl;dr - pretty awesome.
This list, of course, isn't inclusive. These represent things that I'm working on that I'm particularly proud of, projects I need motivation to document better, or projects I'm excited about in general.
Active projects are shown in red, active-ish projects are in green, and sleeping projects are seen in blue.
Leveraging web technologies and ever-cheaper consumer electronics to spread the message of cutting-edge Bioinformatic research. For and by students and educators.
client: Kulathinal Lab
Or, how to build a netbook that is, by processor speed, at least 60 times slower  than the first Asus eeePC.
Nobody installs a C-ASM compiler to target the Z80 just for the thrill of obscure toolchains.
Good Night and Good Luck, the 2005 film is a naked allegory of the power of fear in media. Relevant. Also, that soundtrack.
I am currently for hire! View my resume (in PDF format) here.
Being a modern Internet man, there's plenty of ways to get ahold of me. If you are in a big hurry, maybe I'm taking calls on Skype. Otherwise, email'd be the best way. If you are instead interested in palling around, there's plenty of social networks I'm ignoring RIGHT NOW (see "elsewhere" below").
Wonder what inexactitude actually is? Winston Churchill made it famous.
Consider "economical with the truth" a synonym.