I’ve had some form of a personal web site since ’96. It all started at gozips.uakron.edu (U. Akron loves deleting my account after a semester of classes). My personal site is always a playground for me to test and practice my web development tricks and techniques. I like to find out what works and what doesn’t.
I’ve been in the computer industry in one form or another since 1994. I started out thinking I’d be doing something with AutoCAD and drafting, but I really wanted to do something more hands on with computers. I got into hardware, tech support, then network consulting, web development, and data mining mixed with web development. I’m also co-owner of Tekro which John and I started back in 1999 (Whoa! its been years!). I’m the web guy at Tekro when time allows.
Every now and then you can find me autocrossing. I haven’t raced for a while now. Olessia has my Teg and it has been holding up, although it will be replaced soon. I am sporting a 2006 Acura TSX which I want to autocross, but haven’t had the guts or the time to actually go and do it.
Lately, I have been getting into photography. My gear consists of of a Nikon D80, Nikon N80, and a Canon A630. I have a couple other cameras although they are not actively used.
Beyond autocrossing and web development, you might find me traveling, taking pictures, coding, watching too much TV, try to attain a 4 year degree in under 20 years, or mountain biking. Check out the photo gallery and you’ll see what I mean. I’ve been known to wardrive a bit in my TSX.
Here’s my list of things I’m allergic to. This list actually saved me from a blood test.