Marius is a brilliant software engineer with an excellent sense of design. When we first started our collaboration with him on Jewish Homegrown History, he was working as a back-end programmer in the Library at USC and completing a higher degree in math. After he finished his degree and went on to other jobs outside of the university, he continued working with us because he liked both the project and our non-hierarchical mode of collaboration. He proved to be a valuable trouble-shooter when we were installing JHGH at the Skirball Cultural Center. He has continued to work with Scott Mahoy and me on our subsequent project, Interacting with Autism.