I learned to climb in the Gunks, which means that I can climb anything as long as it's a thin face leading to a roof with huge buckets and then a big rest. Now that I'm climbing in Colorado, I'm looking forward to broadening my game.
This isn't really necessary, now that there's a Cannon Mountain (NH) guidebook back in print, but I once wrote a route description of the Whitney-Gilman route down for a friend. Better yet, see the Chauvin Guides' version of it.
Update I am now apparently a quotable expert on not getting up things. I worry this will jeopardize my chances of sponsorship, but I'll happily be proved wrong.
For some reason, the most popular part of earlier Web pages has been not my mathematics research, or even my lecture notes, but a couple of translations I wrote of some Old Irish poems. I don't understand this, but I'm not going to remove them, either. (If you're reading them, I'd love to hear about it...) Herewith: