Yes, I may have made some people (like KaiRo believe I was skipping out on this) though I finally found some brief time to write it out.
First the rules:
- Link to your original tagger(s) and list these rules in your post.
- Share seven facts about yourself in the post.
- Tag seven people at the end of your post by leaving their names and the links to their blogs.
- Let them know they’ve been tagged.
The seven things you may (or may not) know about me:
- I learned of the existence of W3C and the HTML and CSS WG’s at some point after I started working on mozilla.
- I never took any programming classes until late college (basic C++ course) — after I had already been programming with mozilla for a while.
- I am a dad!
- I have never been out of the country, though I would like to. I have only ever stayed (briefly) in 3 other states. And only 1 of them was without my parents. (Maine, Florida [Disney], and with my and my fiance: Pensylvania)
- I have a strong love and fondness for Star Trek, though I don’t forsee myself ever going to a convention. (Nor have I ever used KaiRo’s LCARSTREK theme) TNG was my favorite, followed closely by Enterprise.
- I attended Catholic School most of my life. While I do find myself very spiritual I do not currently attend church, and have an open mind. I specifically avoid debates/conversations about religion and politics (strong opinions in almost all cases)
For fear of planet.mozilla.org killing me, I won’t tag many there, (as this has already propogated nearly all of planetmo) and instead tag some other people I do read regularly, outside of this group.
The people I’m tagging:
- Chris AtLee — Because his work is interested, and he did not get tagged, far as I can see.
- Sean Martell — Talos scares me, but hopefully this will make Sean scare me less 🙂
- Raymond Chen — Author of “The Old New Thing” blog. Has more readers than most of the mozillians here, but he always has something interesting to say.
- John August — I started following his blog during the Writers Strike, and never stopped. (I find myself always at a brain fart when composing anything written, and I am intrigued at the subjects he writes about, even if I am unable to achieve or understand them)
- (6 and 7..) The Geekdad crowd. In particular at least Russ Neumeier who’s posts I usually enjoy the most.