I call it that because I used to work as a systems engineer for one-off robot systems, and then I got too sick to do that, and nobody could figure out what was wrong. I started applying the techniques of debugging one-off robot systems to figure out what was wrong with myself. The theories I've come up with are rather unconventional in places, but seem to be helping. I hope that that some of the things I'm learning along the way may be of use to others. Hence this blog.
Here are some things I've got so far that may be of interest to someone:
- Slides from my first "Human System Debugging" presentation in October, 2008 at a conference in Atlanta: http://docs.google.com/Presentation?id=dc438rq4_39f33nfrcm
- A Google Site I'm starting to work on on the topic of cholinesterase inhibitors: http://sites.google.com/site/annerwright/cholinesterase-inhibitors