I enjoy working in computing environments, and my most recent years have been spent doing UNIX systems, networking, and security architecture, as well as doing all of the other fun things that a senior UNIX, network, and security sysadmin gets into. I love doing everything from high-level enterprise designs, to hammering out the nitty-gritty details of a technical solution, finding bugs in products that will impact the usefulness of the solution, and getting them rectified. I especially enjoy helping others with their weird, difficult technical problems, getting them resolved, and training others to employ good debugging skills and teaching them how to use their experience to be critical of their designs and how to improve upon them.
I can usually be found messing around with UNIX computers, browsing the Internet, reading the latest issue of Scientific American, or hanging around with friends. Of course, I do a lot more than this, and I'll probably fill out this paragraph sometime in the future. Check out my bookmarks for a reasonably good list of topics in which I'm interested.
I also spend my spare time procrastinating about fixing up my house.
"I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours."