Jan 05 2011

About Me

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I am Peter D’Adamo, a naturopathic physician, author, researcher-educator, Ivesian, software developer, music systems pre-programmer and air-cooled engine enthusiast.

I have an abiding interest in glycobiology, principally the ABO blood groups, the secretor (FUT2) polymorphisms and the computer language Perl (as applied to genomic and information systematics). What I especially like about Perl is its tremendous utility in Web based interfaces.

I have been interested, as of late, in the generative sciences, complexity theory and bioinformatics.

I also like to occasionally blog (typically delivered with delightful rustic overtones) on technology, art, culture and minor arcana. I enjoy sailing on Long Island Sound, walking around the more forlorn neighborhoods of Brooklyn, and spending way too much time at the computer.

Statements on this blog do not represent the opinions of anyone other than the I, the author.


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  1. Jessica says:

    Hi Peter,

    I live in Brooklyn and when I was renovating I found a stash of perfect condition letters and business records from the turn of the century. As a result, I have done a great deal of research about the addresses and the names found in these documents. I see that you have not posted recently but your baseball post caught my eye and I am wondering what you know about the Brooklyn Atlantics? Folkert Boerum (of the Boerum family) apparently was the first man to catch a baseball from behind the batter and his brother-in-law, Jack Remsen (yes, that Remsen family) was a star in his day. I have many cancelled checks from the Boerum estate that are signed by FR Boerum

    If you get back to posting, know that you have a reader.

    Best regards,


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