As long as I remember, I have always been a tinkerer. When I was just knee-high to a grasshopper, my grandfather called me ‘Willy Westinghouse’. I would take apart radios, clocks and every toy that functioned in some way. It is no small surprise that in my career, I became an IT Director. Although, I had some crazy idea I might become a doctor, until I realized I fainted at the sight of blood. My college pre-med education turned to earth science, when ended up as urban planning in graduate school. I really loved the idea of architecture as well, probably due to the artistic ability I had since childhood. All that has led me down the path I am on now – exploring and tinkering with the wonderful array of technology that has come out since the year 2000. Analog days are truly over.
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