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Mark Burnett.

I was born in London, England in 1968 and studied mathematics and computing at Oxford University citation needed. I now live in Leicestershire and work as a consultant in the IT industry citation needed. My main interests are people, architecture, Systems thinking, philosophy, management, psychology, art, photography, knowledge management, understanding and making a difference. Sometimes I think I am interested in technology but at other times I am not so sure. Probably more accurately, I have an interest in technology as a means to an end but it can also be a distraction citation needed.

Sharing knowledge and experience via wikipedia seems like a most excellent use of spare time.

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Interesting reading in Wikipedia[edit]

(or Embryonic personal catalytic knowledge hub)

Philosophy People Psychology Other




Creations of Man

My Contributions[edit]

New Articles[edit]

Sheepy Magna Pierre Fatou Small White Butterfly

Significant additions[edit]

Mandelbrot set Architecture


All photographs are taken by me.

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Artists oil palette
Monument to the first settlers in Alaska
Notre Dame Cathedral main entrance
View of Hudson River from near Battery Park, New York
Closeup of bumblebee
Closeup of small white
View of Hadrian's wall
View of Hadrian's wall from near Greenhead
Sheldonian Theatre. View from Broad Street.
Exit Glacier, Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park


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