Despite my intentions of actually using this site, I’ve yet to blog anything. To be honest, it shouldn’t surprise anyone, much less me. However, my desire to rework the 2.0 version of the site got the best of me, and I have migrated the blog into being the 3.0 version of the site. *cue cheers of excitement* All that really means is I’m to lazy to code the site any more (not that it was ever hard). One unfortunate side effect is that I haven’t determined how to make my resume available through here. On the other hand, I think I was the only one using that feature. I guess it became pointless once I made it non-indexable by search engines.

So where does that leave us? Right where we are. The site is, and will continue to basically just be a series of handy book marks for myself. And maybe I’ll eventually write something along the lines of my original intentions.

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So I'm in my 30s. I'm a career computer geek, but of the skilled and suitably employed variety, not the variety that runs around in one of a fleet of identical vehicles to wage viral warfare. I have spent well over half my life online, and was done with most forms of social networking by the time I hit 23. For those of you that doubt it IRC, forums, and even the good old BBS's of yester-year (which I missed out on since my parents would not let me connect the modem on my commodore 64) are all social networking. We just didn't have such a fancy accepted term for it then. Through out that time I have considered starting a blog on occasion. Not because I'm all that interesting (the level varies year to year), but because I so often end up putting together pieces of technology in a way that I have a hard time finding good online resources for, and its only fair to try and give back. But alas, I tend to be a bit lazy, or busy, and never got around to it. Until now (I hope, and so far have failed). The point of this blog is to be a bit more of a collection of thoughts, helpful hints, or maybe commentary on kewl things. I'll try to leave the details of my harrowing treks down ten inch deep rapids or the details of my last family gathering out of it. For your safety and well-being as much as my own. This blog is my personal blog. The views expressed on these pages are mine alone and not those of my past, present or any future employer.

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