Dave Maher's Page 

Hello and welcome, I'm Dave Maher.

What do I do? I am a Computer Engineer. More below.

How should you contact me?  Email me at dave¤maher.org or be slow and go the postal route.  ->   Dave Maher
Discovery Village
4800 Atwell Rd
Shady Side, MD 20764

My Projects...

INO.com is the leading resource for futures and options traders. It is a continuous information service of quotes, charts and news. Also a storefront for trading tools, charts, publications, educational courses and other resources, INO is privately-held and independent.

Discovery Village is a facility in Shady Side, Maryland. With docks on the West River, research laboratories, and the largest fleet of working watermen on the Western shore of the Chesapeake Bay, it is being developed as a community and educational resource. You can view a photo gallery to see more.
Latest view from the OspreyCam

MarketClub tracks stocks, indexes, futures, mutual funds, precious metals, and the currency markets. It allows traders to view streaming charts, download market data on an intraday and daily basis, perform portfolio analysis, and listen to expert commentary on all aspects of technical analysis.

INO TV is a streaming media service that delivers educational materials to traders around the world. Specializing in technical analysis, it is a premium service that introduces you to market experts, on-demand from your computer.

CRAYON is a personalized online publishing service that Jeff Boulter and I developed. It is a big collection of news sources and headlines from around the world, in addition to sports, comics, tabloid news, and other useful and entertaining information that you'd expect from a newspaper. It has had a great history, being acquired by a small cool internet company who was then acquired by a monstrous operating system company, and somehow we got to keep it and more in the end. We'll save the details for the book. Go ahead, join over 310,000 people and Create your Paper Now!

CRAYON If you like to see who is visiting your web site, you should check out AccessWatch. It is easy to set up, written in Perl, and produces a neat report of key statistics on your server.