Who I am: I’m an “old school” sci-fi geek – meaning I was into it back when it wasn’t cool. I’ve worked at NASA, I was one of the first people to use computers to manipulate images. I’m pretty darn good with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash (as well as HTML and CSS). I’ve made innumerable games and video games (including Toon, the cartoon Role-playing game, 3D Ultra Pinball, The Family Guy Video Game and Scrabble Alphabet Scoop). I once drew a syndicated cartoon called “Working Daze.” Most of my time is currently spent developing online games for kids and urging my home theatre network to evolve. And I draw cartoons when the mood strikes.
William Shakespeare once wrote, “A rose by any other name would still smell as sweet.” Which is why I am sometimes befuddled by what appear to me as “hardcopy snobs.” A hardcopy snob is someone who eschews all things digital in favor of the older content distribution methods of previous centuries. This is, of course, […]
Back in 1966, we were first introduced to the future as imagined by the creative team behind Star Trek. And with each passing day, the “incredible” technology on that show seems to become more quaint. The communicator was actually the model for the first batch of cell phones that everyone used until that became eclipsed […]