Home of Theodore Gray, co-founder of Wolfram Research, Inc makers of Mathematica, Popular Science columnist, and element collector.

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My bigest web projects are my two periodic table websites, the first one being the world famous, Ig Nobel prize winning Wooden Periodic Table Table, and the second being the best possible domain name ever for a periodic table website, Both share the same images and descriptions, but the latter has in addition extensive technical and nuclear data about the elements (it also looks a lot slicker).

You may also (I hope) be interested in a copy of my Periodic Table Poster.

Periodic Table


My Links

QuickTime videos of me on stage with Steve Jobs during keynotes at the following Apple conferences:
WWDC 2005
WWDC 2003
MacWorld SF 2002

Streaming Video of my appearances on Tech TV (now G4 network) making ice cream with liquid nitrogen and melting spoons.

Information about my Popular Science column.

Radio Interview on NPR's Science Friday show about chemical elements.

Hotheaded Rant about math education and educational software in general from a book of mine.

Prairie Rivers Network website that I maintain using Mathematica scripts.
My Tables

Periodic Table
Triangle Table

Other wood Projects
My House

Painting by Jim Mott.
Other Theo Grays
There are not a whole lot of people called Theo or Theodore Gray in the world, and as the owner of I feel I should help you find the ones who are not me, in case you came here looking for one of the other ones.
There are a few others I can find out there, but not with enough web presense to link to. If you're a Theo, Theodore, or Ted Gray and want to be listed here, just email me.