I’m a computer programmer who lives in Seattle, Washington (originally a New Yorker). I drink a lot of tea and coffee, eat a ton of chocolate, and love to read science fiction.

The name of the blog references an old nom de plume as well as Faust’s thirst for knowledge in the German legend about the dangers of science (and many other things). I too am greedy in wanting to understand the science: I enjoy learning more about bra manufacturing, engineering, fit, and want to share whatever useful information I can with others. I’ve learned so much from the blogs of many people all over the world, and will always be indebted to them.

6 thoughts on “About

    • I’ve lived here for four years and quite like it- I’m from the NYC area and originally went to school in RI. Since my friends migrated to Boston I did too!

      Do you go to school here or did you fly elsewhere?

      • I’m currently in western MA for school and my home is in Boston. I’ll be around Boston for a few weeks this summer, but I plan to go back to college mid-summer to work on my thesis.

  1. Hi! I live in Boston too. I found your blog through the comments on Obsessed with Breasts. It’s not easy for busty ladies!

  2. Hi !

    As a former DDD, now DD, (not sure if I’m happy or sad about it), I’ve been a fan of your blog for a while. Currently I work for a production company in Los Angeles and we’re actually working on a docuseries for women with large breasts that documents what life is like for them, including all these stresses and pleasures of having large breasts! I was wondering if I could send you the flyer and if you could post it on your blog. I know it reaches a lot of women like us! Also, if you’re interested, please submit!

    Thanks so much, looking forward to hearing from you,


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