Here, you may be expecting to find a nice, dry little introduction written by someone either separate from the author of a self-titled site, or written by said author in the third person.
I’m not that kind of writer.
I have been an avid follower of technology since my earliest recollections of life, beginning with a badly constructed “boat” made of a handful of 2×4″ scraps and an electric motor. If it was electronic and commonly found at flea markets in the 1980′s, it’s entirely likely that I disassembled one to see how it worked.
Moving on to computers, my interests began with a Commodore 64 my father purchased at a yard sale sometime in the late 1980′s. From the very first time I plugged my own, functional personal computer into the television, I was hooked. Commodore 64 begat Commodore 128, which begat Packard Bell ’286, which begat a custom ’486-75. And that’s when all the trouble started.
Today, my interests and knowledge range a broad spectrum of current technology affairs. Jack of all trades and master of none, I admit that my knowledge may not be as deep as many of those in the field of information technology. Unburdened as I am, by the weight of employment, I have decided to try and put my knowledge to use in a way that might help the average person who finds themselves confused by current technology.
I hold an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science in computer programming, have served as an Information Technology consultant and staffer for Access Carson City, designed advertisement copy and artwork for a small newspaper, managed dispatch and customer contacts for a family water treatment firm, and performed in a number of smaller consulting roles.
But most importantly, I am unemployed and working to put my knowledge to use. If you have technology questions that you would like to see this site address, please see the contact page.
Carson City, NV