Russell Osterlund lives with his wife in Merrimack, New Hampshire. Russ specializes in low-level spelunking, Microsoft Windows internals, reverse-engineering, and debugging activities. He has worked for Compuware/NuMega Labs (BoundsChecker and DevPartner Studio) while they were located in Nashua, New Hampshire, HBGary, Inc. in Bethesda, Maryland, GraphOn, Corp. (GoGlobal) in Concord, New Hampshire and most recently for VMware, Inc. (ThinApp) working from home. He is now enjoying retired life and pursuing his own interests - MOOC's, Cosmology, German and too much computer-game playing.
In a former life, Russ was a graduate student of Old English and Old Saxon at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Old English and Old Saxon are languages that existed around 1000 AD and are the ancestors of modern day English and Low German, respectively. Caedmon's Hymn (Old English) and Heliand and Genesis (Old Saxon) are famous examples of these languages. Old English and Old Saxon Poetry are manuscripts written centuries ago that remain with us today. These downloadable files include source, sorted token list, and token counts.
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