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My name is Paul Brown. I live in Suwanee, GA, an awesome suburb of Atlanta, and I work at Georgia Tech Research Institute.

In April of 2013, as I was finishing up grad school, I started a company called Objective Jellyfish, LLC. I make iOS apps (and sometimes Android apps) and do a little bit of IT support.

The best way to contact me is on Twitter, at @paulbrown. If you know me well enough, you know my email address.

I love children's books. I even made a [website](https://paulbrown.us/books) where I archive all of the books I have read with my kids, and I sort of give them a grade.

Over the years I have compiled a few thoughts about myself that describe a little bit about what makes me tick. These are in no particular order: - I don't use the U-Scan line if I have more than 5 items, or if I have several items without a barcode - Traffic doesn't matter. It will happen, and getting mad only hurts you