Tony Crowe
Salt Lake City, UT

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Tony is a software developer who has practiced the trade since 2001. He also has independent studies in philosophy and psychology since 2006. Enabled by the thinking disciplines Tony has been able to make big contributions on a diverse set of business models.

Professional profile
The Human Ascension Playlist
The Parental Rights Amendment SJW Factor
Trump Admins Blow Out the #COG on The Seventh Floor
Hierarchy of Social Quality
Comments and Questions RE: Trump-May Press Conference and Our Interests
Handle Incoming POP3 with mpop App
Webpack Output Straight Into Memory
Coaching People to Lie is NOT the Solution
The Secret Cloaked in Psychology
Peer-to-Peer Video Chat with PeerJS
Hamburger Menu With Only HTML and CSS
Multiple Jumps In Logic Expose Ulterior Motives
Getting Technical To Avoid The Emotional
Surviving Abject Social Poverty Inside Materially Wealthy Family
Developing Confidence Through Achievement
Start a Hexo Static Site and Make Your Own Theme
A Force For Good Is Reaching Out To You
A Helpful Guide Through The Fog
Do You Choose To Think?
Providing Value in the Programmer Role
Adding to the Joy of Others Through Friendship
Making Noise With HTML5 Web Audio
Use OSX say Command To Convert Old Books from Gutenberg
cjdns-admin v0.2.0 release
Identifying Arrogance
Unconscious Acting-Out
Pros and Cons to Having Rational Friends
How To Have Amazing Conversations With Friends
The Value of Google Play Music
Hexo Theme Generator Update 0.2.0
First try with RethinkDB
Forming Deep Connections With Humans
Parse City Data using JavaScript in Node.js
Defeat Abusers Without Even Fighting
Quick HTTP Statistics with Nginx and GoAccess
Haraka SMTP Incoming to Filesystem
Avoidance of Intimacy Through Activity
Feeding Zombies
Mesh networking modules, auto-config, auto-peer
Author Tony Crowe, Salt Lake City, UT
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