about nerdy.nel

nerdy.nel, a half-Dominican, half-Puerto Rican native of The Bronx, is an engineer with a lifelong passion for mathematics; he channels this passion through his work in engineering and tutoring. Since 2004, nerdy.nel has tutored hundreds of students, from schoolchildren to senior citizens! nerdy.nel has received critical acclaim from tutees, parents, and teachers alike for his work ethic, patience, and diligence in his tutoring. nerdy.nel is a member of both the National Tutoring Association and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE); he has a Master of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering and a baccalaureate degree in Electronics and Engineering Technology.

nerdy.nel is also a transportation activist who is a member of Transportation Alternatives and its Bronx Committee; together, they fight for transportation improvements and safer streets in The Bronx.

[about nerdynel.me]

nerdynel.me is my ‘lil slice of cyberspace! Here’s what you’ll find:

[…and the sidebar?]

You’ll find it within the slide-in menu on the upper right corner. It includes:

  • Links to the official Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram pages of the nerdy.nel Tutoring Service.
    • Note: For my personal Twitter account, click here; you’ll also find a link to this account on my personal blog.
  • Links to the site sections described above.
  • support nerdy.nel. Support the nerdy.nel Tutoring Service by making secure donations through PayPal.
  • looking for something? Search for site content using this search bar.
  • the latest. Links to the three most recent blog posts.
  • follow nerdy.nel. A link to follow this site.
  • the count. A tally of the site’s readership.
  • the legalese. Copyright and disclaimer.
  • the learning tree. My blogroll, featuring various educational resources.

[Last updated: 2017.10.01]

3 thoughts on “about nerdy.nel

  1. Hi NerdyNel,

    It all started a few years ago when I was waiting for the L train to arrive and delays were becoming part of my daily routine. Wondering if I was really condemned to ride the worst train in the city I decided to create a website to confirm my suspicions.

    Today the website is called SubwayStats (http://subwaystats.com), and I think you may be interested in our resources. On SubwayStats we provide real-time subway statuses and analytics on daily and historical subway service. SubwayStats is the first website which analyzes real-time subway status data and presents the information with beautiful and comprehensive charts and graphs.

    On SubwayStats.com, you can easily and quickly:

    – View the current status of each subway line
    – See the status of the subway line at each hour of the day
    – Compare one subway line’s performance with other lines
    – Visualize the overall daily service status of each train
    – Receive real-time subway alerts via Twitter
    – And much more.

    I bet you are also wondering if your train is the worst of them all so please visit SubwayStats.com to find out!

    If you find the information on SubwayStats helpful and interesting, I’d appreciate it if you could include us in your blog roll.

    Thanks a lot for your time.




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