aliases: zeruch, hank_kissinger, thelonius_funk, visceral_joe and various other names
not fit for print.
I do recommend that everyone get
familiar with the FAQ/Helpdesk
There is also the DA Status Forum
(always informative), and the Etiquette Policy
is something you should all refer to, because I do tend to lurk about in several of the public forums.
I have been described as an open source geek, a policy wonk, and even a bit of a creative illustrator (the latter being what folks here are most likely familiar with). All are at least partially true I suppose. I've been called all manner of adjectives, most of them contrarian. I was described once as a cross between Tucker Carlson and Lenny Kravitz. I have neither bow ties nor dreadlocks, but the description sounded incredibly cool, so I figured it was worth mentioning here.
I initially studied an individual major in Foreign Affairs and Technology Policy at UC Davis (with a language component at UC Berkeley), and am now starting to take coursework in Civil Litigation. I currently work in a few venues: a networking startup in Silicon Valley and do consulting to a corporate attorney in private practice, as well as occasional projects that meet my requirements for being interesting (which is a pretty broad category of potential). As one can derive from all of this, I do not do idle
well, and I am not prone to boredom.
Here at DA I worked the HD for a year before moving to one of the Gallery Director slots for Traditional, until I sent myself out into the sunset in May of 2008. My own focus is on mixed media and looking for people who have yet to establish themselves. I periodically write content features, and regularly contribute to several of the forums.
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Large
Print preference: Matte
Operating System: linux (www.cAosity.org), winXP, Mac OS X
MP3 player of choice: Amarok, Songbird
Shell of choice: bash, zsh
Skin of choice: subdermal
Personal Quote: the only thing I value less than your existence is your opinion - zeruch