This may be the coolest thing I have seen on the Internet today. Now you might not think that this is such a great thing, but I have been in a self-infirmed state for nearly two days, and I have spent a lot of time on the 'Net in the last nearly 48 hour time period.
It is far from the most noble thing I have seen on the 'Net. It does not share the geeky coolness factor of the XO Infinity modular notebook/tablet that I found here: http://the-digital-reader.com/2015/02/18/olpc-australia-to-launch-a-modular-hybrid-laptoptablet-called-the-xo-infinity/ , but it appeals to both my technological side, and to that larger side of me that appreciates the beauty of the natural world; albeit in a code-based digital way.
- St. Lawrence University1999
I enjoy helping people/organisations learn to help themselves. Whether that's with better communication, consolidating data for easy quick access, or simply providing tools for them to prosper faster.
I've managed projects from the initial concept to the finished implementation on three continents. I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty, whether crawling through sub flooring or digging deep into contract negotiations.
My passions are competing in sports, traveling, photography, advanced technology, and educating myself & others.
- Houghton International, IncChief Technologist, 1999 - 2009
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