Justin Haggard's Homepage

 

As always, this (and subsequent) pages are best viewed with the latest releases of either Microsoft's Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. My personal favorite is Internet Explorer for the the way it handles the tables on this page and its support for new HTML styles (such as floating frames and style sheets).

 

I am an undergraduate at Texas Tech University working towards my Bachelor's of Science Degree in with minors in Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science. I am the vice-president of our chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, as well as a member of Tau Beta Pi and the Texas Tech University Honor's Program. I currently work as a Student Assistant in the Applied Computational Intelligence Laboratory in the Electrical Engineering department here at Tech doing nifty stuff like setting up this Internet server. But, I'm sure if you wanted to know all that, you'd just check out my resume. I was born in Lubbock, Texas and have lived a large part of my life here. I spent most of my Junior High and High School years in Alexandria, Virginia right outside of It's a and I would suggest checking it out if you ever get the chance. I graduated form Abernathy high school in 1993. It was there that I met my girlfriend, Susan Evans. She is a psychology major here at Tech. I like to consider myself a musician. I've played bass and drums for five years. School takes most of my time, but I enjoy playing out when I get the chance. I've played professionally with a few bands in both Lubbock and . If I get the nerve, I might post some of my stuff on the Internet here. I guess we'll see. Until then, I have some cool music related stuff on my Music Page, everything from the theme song to Sanford & Sons to schematic diagrams of a Crybaby Wah-Wah pedal. Good stuff, man. Anyway, that's me, the condensed version. Feel free to drop me a line at JHaggard@ttu.edu if you have the urge.

 

My most recent papers for the ACIL...

 

My links to interesting things on the Internet...

 

My links to interesting things on the Internet...

 

Stop The Government From Terrorizing The Internet!!!

 

Support the Electronic Frontier Foundation's blue-ribbon campaign to return / maintain free speech to the Internet. Write to your member of Congress, support the EFF and the ACLU, and consider signing the Declaration of Independence of CyberSpace. I don't believe the Internet was ever meant to be a petting zoo. For those concerned about their children's activities on the net, there are dozens of content monitors out there.


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