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bio website careers.stackoverflow.com/…
location North Carolina
age 33
visits member for 5 years, 6 months
seen May 8 at 20:20

I am an IT "Jack of all Trades" with experience in graphics design, web programming, and server administration. I've even done some photography and acquired a wide assortment of other skills.

Unfortunately, the majority of my projects and writing are tied up behind my current job's firewall.

One of my public side projects has been working with a local Christian Rock group - Jesus Joshua 24:15. I've been their photographer and webmaster, having built their website as a class project and growing it to their current site. Additionally, I've been their roadie, studio technician, and helped upgrade their recording studio.

I'm not as actively active on any Stack Exchange these days... too many irons in the fire.

I can be found over at my sparsely populated personal blog from time to time and by my Twitter account. For the morbidly curious, there's more about me and my projects over at Wayward Son Developers and on my Careers.SO CV.


Jul
2
awarded  Commentator
Jun
29
answered How to Approach Web Filtration?
Jun
26
awarded  Beta
Jun
2
answered How to customize a Windows boot CD
May
28
comment What's the difference between sysadmin and an IT Consultant?
The difference? The number and location of the commas in the pay check.
May
28
comment Any cross-platform two-panel file manager?
Guess that's what I get for assuming...
May
28
answered Any freeware IIS log analyzer?
May
28
answered Any cross-platform two-panel file manager?
May
27
comment Netbook vs. Notebook for Programmers?
probably better off asking this on stackoverflow.com
May
21
comment How can I improve the image quality of my projector?
You might get better answers if you explained why you want to use a resolution higher than the native resolution. Is it because the app you're using won't fit? Or is it some other reason?
May
7
answered What is a good media for long term backups
May
7
comment What are some pitfalls of hosting a website from home?
"Your server could be a conduit allowing access to your private data and computers" - or vice versa. If not set up properly, a breach in your home network may compromise your server.
May
3
awarded  Student
May
3
asked Is there a Linux equivalent of CPU-z?
May
1
comment If I install Windows7 RC, will I need to repave later?
Add to that the frequent recommendations by Paul Thurott on Windows weekly to the effect of "you may be able to upgrade, but you're going to want to do a clean install"
May
1
answered How do you know who or what is locking a removable disk?
Apr
30
awarded  Teacher
Apr
30
answered What is your recommended disk cloning tool?
Apr
30
answered Suggestions for recovery toolkit
Apr
30
comment How do I set up a web server out of my home?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but are you saying that the connection between the server and your cable modem is a wireless connection? I ask only because I would strongly recommend against it...