A Digital Nomad
After my family and travel, technology is my passion. Keeping up with new technologies, trying out both hardware and software, and finding new ways to use new technology in my personal and work life is an enjoyable pass time. I am constantly looking for better ways to stay in touch with my customers, organize the massive and diverse amount of information I must deal with as a sales director, and find new tools to enhance my on-line life.
My blog, A Digital Nomad, is a way for me to communicate about these experiences as well as a random assortment of interconnected thoughts from my Internet and work life. I bought my first computer at the age of 18, during a time that not many people had a computer at home. In 1984, I started using the Internet and graduated to using UNIX workstations. The Internet was all text and terminal based then, however, many of the things we can do today, were possible then. For example, I made money using the Internet for the first time in 1988 when I sold my car in the USENIX group Misc.forsale.
Where I Have Traveled
My TripAdvisor TravelMap shows most of the places I have been fortunate enough to visit. According to this site my 39 countries and 515 cities only accounts for 36% of the world travel. I need to get busy if I am going to crack 50%!
Pictures On This Site
I have taken all the travel pictures, as well as most of the product photos, on this website during both trips for business and leisure. I like stitching together multiple shots from my Nikon D90 into the panorama’s you see in the headers.
Note on links on this site
Some of the links on this site are affiliate links. I use these to generate funds to cover the costs of running this site and other sites. I take part in affiliate programs for products I have tried, use and/or like.