I've been told that I don't look like this anymore.
This was taken back in '91, and I've been prematurely aged by my life as a professor.
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My wife, Katy Boerner, is a professor in the school of Library and Information Sciences at Indiana Unviersity, studying artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and the visualization of large data sets.
Our “old” baby, Melanie Borner Goldstone, is, in my professional opinion as a cognitive psychologist, cute as a button. She also has one of the more extensively chronicled early childhoods:
There’s also a new baby, Eleanor Borner Goldstone. She’s just as cute as Melanie, just smaller.
Indiana State Fair, 1999, one of my proudest moment. I'm the one in the middle.
Dr. Rob Goldstone
Bloomington, IN. 47405