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Welcome to my home page


Hello fellow Internet surfer and welcome to my home page. I'm very glad that you made it this far . . . and I hope that you'll stick around long enough to get to know just a little bit more about me and my life. After all, these days, acquaintances that begin in cyberspace are often the most real, vivid, and long-lasting - and maybe that will be true of us.

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My Background

I was born in a small town in California's Central Valley, but my
family soon gave up the "Central" for the "Silicon." So I grew up both in the midst
of the technical revolution and in its heart. Add to this the fact that both my parents
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were "information workers" before the term was invented, and you'll find it small
wonder that I'm something of a computerphile.

And, before we go any further, just in case (not that I'm looking to get hired, but - just
in case you ARE my big break), here's my resume.
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My Interestsconstructionspin.html

I guess that the best - and fastest - way to really get to know me
is by discovering what I like. So here goes . . .
I love to mountain bike, ski, and land-sail.
I adore movies - especially classic film noir. My favorites?
I'm an avid reader. Favorite books? (You can link to pages that detail your interests.)

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My Personal Records

This is a photographic retrospective of my life to date - a mere 32 years - as well as some
samples from my upcoming CD (I play percussion in a soon-to-be-famous World Beat band)
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Links to My Favorite Sites

(I know, I know, but hey, come on - Greco/ancient mythos coupled with martial arts and a certain arch, modern sensibility?)

Creating Net Sites
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This page last updated on July 28, 1998.