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Freemasonry, Java, maybe a few others. Time will tell.
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More recent stuff as of April 2002.

Well after a long time away I typed into my web browser. WOW! Again!

A lot has happened since I wrote last. I'm not with the ISP anymore. I'm the CTO for a small consulting firm, I deal a lot with Java and enterprise level applications.

I've become highly active in Freemasonry since I posted last and I intend to do some nodes on Masonic subjects over the next few months.

I'm also one of the recently converted Linux users that has switched to Mac OS X.

Nodes I intend to work on (not in any particular order): Masonic Ritual, Masonic Degrees, Masonic Rites, Masonic History, GLoNY, Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, Master Mason, Grand Lodge Freemasonry, GAOTU, United Grand Lodge of England,, John Shelby Spong, A Garden of Pemegranates, The Tree of Life, The Golden Dawn, The Complete Golden Dawn System of Magic, Ceremonial Magic, Foundations of Practical Magic, Reichian Therapy, Gems From The Equinox, Magick Without Tears, The Law is For All, Tabitha Cicero, Higher and Divine Genius.

This is my old write up from E1, created I believe the day E1 went live. It's really old history, but I didn't want to delete it.

All I can say is WOW! Told everyone in my office about everything. Anyway I'm the Director of Operations for an ISP. We've got a lot of users, a lot of routers, and generally cool toys to play with, and lot's of bandwidth.

I'm heavy alternative, and industrial music. I love to dance at the QE2 our local alternative hang out. I dress almost exclusively in black, and have a shaven head. (scares some people :>)

I'm also a heavy Linux user, been using it as my desktop mach.ine exclusively since Slackware 2.2. I also read /. on a regular basis. Can't get enough..