Howdy, meet my finger. Out of all of my pages and images, this one is almost the top in accesses, and in links. Even by this guy from Australia.
A while ago I redid my first web page and eliminated most of the text. 'Course I didn't put too many new pictures in. Oh well.
About Me: I'm from the northwestern part of Wisconsin. This alone may explain most of everything you need to know. I'm a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and I work for the Computer Sciences Department's Systems Lab. I've been here since 04 November 1992. Having the job so long isn't as pathetic as the fact that I've been a student for a month or two longer. Which is nowhere near as pathetic as some of the freaks running around these days. Anyway(s). Most of my classes these days are in the the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences department.
Pretty much everyone at the lab calls me timc. More has been said about me. If you're curious, there's the link.
I'm a hardware guy for the CSL I primarily take care of the network and hardware aspect of the networks within the CS department. I also end up fixing a lot of other stuff.
I don't know where my spare time has gone. I used to ride my bike a lot. I enjoyed that, along with the two bike accidents I was in. One proved that I'm more durable than the rear window of a Toyota. (I broke it clean in when we collided). The other proved that I can survive a fall to the pavement at 40 mph, straighten my bike out and keep going. In any case, they were fun accidents. My latest project(s):
I enjoy building and flying radio-controlled model aircraft. It's winter, I've done neither flying nor building as of late. I finished the second hand-built Jouster. One is good, two is better.
I also play hardpuck ice hockey whenever I can find ice. Typically, every Friday, some Saturday nights. I've even had to get stitches as a result. Carrie plays hockey too--she's put me on my ass more than a few times.
As of late, I've not been on my bike. Three flat tires at the beginning of the year convinced me it was easier to walk. Having a car doesn't help either. I spent a lot of this summer flying and stuff like that. The other part I spent working at the lab, and what was left, I spent volunteering for different events around Madison for free t-shirts. What can I say--my life is good.
Laurel & Hardy
Big Bands Homepage!
Matchstick Rocket page!!!!
Madison, WI Amateur Radio web resoruces
Wisconsin Amateur Radio web resources
Barron High School Family/Consumer Sciences Dept.
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This page last modified: Thu Jul 25 15:28:53 CDT 1996 by timc!