Just a bunch of tech guys on a mission
We all started in high school together fooling around with computers and taking things apart. We all went our separate ways, but somehow reconnected a few years later on various projects. It seems we couldn’t just do it all on our own and together we formed this family bond that somehow just works so well! Here’s the crew as only we can introduce ourselves best.
Rob Morrison: head editor/writer
What can I say, I like to write and I’m good at what I do. I write online for indi-blogs and despite the name, and NO- I’m not that news anchor guy who nearly strangled his wife! To be honest, we all had an idea about putting together a kind of self help website for others out there who are programmers. It started with simple hacks and tips that we all agreed upon and it bounced out from there.
Russell Bunker: content contributor/website developer
If there was ever a reason to be proud, it obviously would be something I can put my name onto. I spend the lat 25 years building websites for others, but never really managed to build anything that showed the ideas and opinions I have about software and programming. Especially website design- since so many new developments make it easier than it was in the beginning of the mid 90’s. You can count on me to share my wild ideas all over this site in upcoming articles.
Fred Edmonds: Software developer/HTML5
I hate the word ‘geek’ because it’s used so literal these days. Geek this and Geek that, how did this word ever get to be overused? I like what I do- but I’m not obsessed with it. I just like to talking about it with other who can appreciate whats new and cool old-school crap that was nearly forgotten. If you like tech-laden entertainment, then I’m your guide to the inside track of geek-tech. See there, I invented a new word that’s not just geek!
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