Founded on April 9, 1998in Campbell, California.
This site was offically founded on April 9, 1998 in my studio apartment in Campbell, California. My initial goal was to share multimedia content that I created on my computer. At the time I was working at a networking solution provider and having my own domain was a way to learn more about networking.
At the time, I had my 8600 and Centris 660AV Macintosh computers and was playing around with the Audio/Video capabilities. I learned all about the cutting edge streaming functionality of RealAudio and editing digital audio using Sound Edit Pro.
Today I mainly use the site for Blogging and as a testing tool for my Quality Assurance work. From time to time, I also like to post some unique content.
I am still fascinated with digital media and will occasionally add or experiment with new media. I enjoy playing around with audio and video.
My current objective of this site is just to have a little fun on the internet. Besides, I think it's pretty cool to have a really short domain name, at least I get positive comments when people ask for my email address.
Who are you?
I been using computers since my father brought home a Digital Rainbow computer back in the early 1980s. I grew up with a lot of technical gadgets before they were big hits such as the Intellivision game system, camcorder and VCRs. My high school graduation gift was a new Mac Plus, which I still have in my basement.
After college, I worked briefly at the Boston Computer Society helping out with the Macintosh User group. Shortly afterwards, I ventured to California to work as an Software Engineer at a Sun Microsystems reseller in San Jose. It was fun experience working in California during the early days of the Internet. I even had a short web development contract at Netscape Communications. (How awesome of an opportunity that was!)
I drove across the country back to Massachusetts after the first Internet wave took a bad hit with investors. I worked as an Implementation Engineer at a start up in Natick, Massachusetts. Then as a Quality Assurance Engineer for a few years at Vistaprint, where I wrote all sorts of cool QA automation using C#.
Today I spend time managing a world champion QA team and testing software in Boston's BackBay. I still do some PHP programming as well as some Python automation.
About the Blog
The content of the blog is about my experience in and around the Boston area. When I first started, my post were about little things and then I started to post more unique things.
Every once in a while, I'll blog about something exciting that I find in the Boston area. It's a very cool city and there's a lot of things to do other than having a cold beer at Cheers and watching a game at Fenway Park.
I am very much still into technology. I enjoy playing with new gadgets and seeing what cool things that I can do with them. So, every once in a while I'll post something interesting, with a slight focus on Macintosh.
My goal is to post something interesting once a week. My focus is on original content no boring repost of something I found someplace else.