Scott C. Lemon is a technologist, futurist, and computer scientist who has worked in the computer industry for decades. While working in the corporate world, he spent time at Westinghouse, TeleVideo, and Novell where he held a variety of positions in engineering, product management, research, and consulting to Fortune 100 companies worldwide.
Scott worked heavily in computer networking, and learned distributed computing and networked applications as the Internet was being built ... traveling the world he consulted and presented on various advanced topics.
He founded HumanXtensions, L.L.C. in 2000 to pursue these consulting services and now provides web and Internet software development to a wide range of companies ... from established corporations to entrepreneurial start-ups. He spends a great deal of time with entrepreneurs, and working on his own start-ups. HumanXtensions has grown to be a top Utah development organization with employees in Utah and a team in the Philippines.
Scott is constantly drawn to the intersection of sociology, technology, and the future ... and is constantly working with leading edge technologies. All of this gives him a unique and advantageous perspective when developing solutions for his clients.
He lives with his family in the mountains of Utah where there is power and Internet ... and where he enjoys camping, hiking, biking, skiing, and the arts.