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I have always been the type of person that wanted to know how things worked.  That passion lead me to pursue a life and career around computers and IT.  I have seen a lot of things in my many years in the IT industry, and it is just getting better and better.  I am also a father, husband, blogger, amateur photographer and all around nice guy. 

I started this site because I wanted a place to share some of the interesting things that I do either day to day or in my career, or just for fun.  It is a work in progress, so please come back and see what I will add over time.


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Disclaimer, articles and content expressed or written here are my personal opinion and do not reflect those of my employer.  This site is owned and operated by me for my personal use only.

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