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About me:

Guy Inchbald, MA (Cantab), BSc, BA, FRSA

Career summary

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Freelance Technical Consultant and Author, currently available part-time. Sometime Architectural Assistant, Electronics Engineer, Electromagnetic Test Engineer, and manufacturer of computer input devices for children and SEN.


The Downian Society committee member: old pupils of The Downs Malvern preparatory school (formerly the Downs School, Colwall).

Inactive memberships (sorry about that, folks): Liberal Democrats, RSA - Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, Amnesty International.

Former Councillor for the Worcestershire Parish of Longdon, Queehill and Holdast, and Parish representative on the Malvern Hills Area CALC.

Current interests

Writing a biography of J. W. Dunne, early aviation pioneer, fly fisherman and philospher extraordinaire.

Other active interests include philosophy of science and self, polyhedra, and the business power of free and open source licensing.

I find the current state of web programming to be pretty awful and sometimes toy with panscript, the germ of an idea for a unified web language.

I contribute to wikipedia where I call myself steelpillow.


Degrees in: Architecture & Philosophy (Cantab - Churchill), Environmental Studies (UCL Bartlett) and Electronics Design (OU).

Public School: Bryanston (1966 - 70).

Prep Schools: The Downs School, Colwall (1964 - 65). Brocksford Hall, Derbyshire (1960 - 1963. Earlywood, Berks (1960). Westbourne, Sheffield (1958 - 1960).


Father Peter Inchbald, designer of the University of Hull Mace, writer of the Franco Corti detective stories and sometime painter and sculptor, among other things. Died 2 July 2004. In 2013 I was able to publish his autobiography, Jack of All Trades: and His Family, in both paperback and ebook editions.

Grandfather (maternal) Sir Joseph Nall, MP for Hulme, Manchester.

Great grandfather Sir John Bingham, founder of Bingham Park, Sheffield.

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Updated 20 April 2019