Welcome to Christopher Hull's Homepage
--- On the World Wide Web since 1995 ---

"The World is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion."
- Thomas Paine

Contact Information
Personal e mail: chrishull42@gmail.com
NASA e mail: christopher.t.hull@nasa.gov
Text: 415 385 4865

For my professional history see my Career Page

Burning Man, a personal history
These are images and writings from Burning Man 2003, 2004, and 2005. Please excuse the broken links.

Click to download my Burning Man 1995 doc film This is a new 480p 2.2gb mp4 version. To get your own copy, right click to download, select Save Link As. Or click here to view right in your browser.

Read Jet fuel, a Cat Skull and Permission to Land

It's a Wonderful Machine An old Apple Computer Christmas story.

This is the old Cute Things website from 2004 or so.

Project Kon-Tiki. An Arduino controlled all-terrain Paralex robot for Burning Man.

In April 2003 I traveled to Germany to visit my friend Veronika. While there I took a lot of interesting photos and built a small website. Click here.

I own and have partially restored a classic 1948 Hudson. These pages detail some of the restoration effort.

Zorak is a sort of "staging site" which contains various
old websites and other files. Gradually things will migrate to this site. Click here: Z-O-R-A-K

I've always been a bit of a space cadet. Shortly before my father died I purchased a replica moon suit for my 50th birthday. My father, a rocket engineer, worked on the Apollo and Space Shuttle.

Spiders have been hitting this page for years, so I'm duty bound to maintain this link. Java Development Resources

Quick links for users of this system.
File Exchange fex2.chrishull.com
Mail chrishull.com/webmail
Spillikin Aerospace wiki
Chris and Linda's personal meowiki

Photo (and hair) by Hallmark graphic artist Pamela Sherrod (Kansas City, MO - 1994)
I remember what I was contemplating here.
At the time I worked long hours at Apple Computer. Undoubtedly my head is filled with
Quickdraw GX code.
(GX! The graphics system you never knew you missed... lol)