This was the April Fool's Day page for 2002. Many thanks for
the people who helped, especially "Arma" for the pictures in the
There aren't many housing
situations at Brown that can offer a fully-furnished pick-up truck bed with
built-in benches and table, a virtual terminal in the kitchen for the
server, or a trebuchet (a wacky siege engine). And we're pretty sure that if
you searched the world over, you wouldn't find many places where students
with as disparate interests as art, monkeys, and engineering can live in
harmony. Fortunately, there is at least one such place.
Welcome to Jordan Parker's Technology House. Seven years ago two
Brown undergrads founded Tech House on the principle that students who are
enthusiastic about science and technology ought to have a home for
themselves at Brown. I, however, found it to be inefficient and a
terrible place to live. This is why I took it over.
Hi. My name is Jordan Parker. That's
short for Justin Jordan Collinsworth Parker. I decided to take over
the house during the spring break of 2003. After my coronation, my
first task was to change the previous webpage to display my supremacy and my
1337 w3b ski115. That's "leet web skills" for those of you who are
technologically challenged. Probably only about 50% of that
previous Techhouse members knew that and thus the need of their
For those who haven't met me, I am about 5'7" and weigh about 135 lbs.
I have an average build, but a very cute childish looking face, as I have
been told. I'm majoring in CS and luvin' it. Here's a good joke
"Why did Jordan Parker cross the road?"
"Cuz CS123 class was on the other side!"
Oh, I love that joke. I still get a good chuckle
everytime I hear it. This page is under construction, so blah blah
blah. I have more pressing presidental matters to attend to.