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Matt Liggett

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Matt Liggett (b. May 26, 197[2-6]) is a computer programmer and system administrator who worked in Bloomington at Indiana University, Kiva Networking and Cornerstone Information Systems. Among many other programs, he wrote the first web-based Knowledge Base system at IU in 1995 and also the software (SMBL and fastDNAml) that used spare cycles on Windows desktops at the IU campus to do distributed supercomputing.

Matt is originally from Ft. Wayne and also has a brother Chris who lives in Bloomington.

Matt also was roommates with Jon Konrath and Steve Simms in the 1990s.

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