I only first had to go to the other side of the world to find her. Then once I did, I was exiled by her country's government. Then I got laid off. Then the bank I worked for disintegrated. Then my business flopped. But it all ended well; now we're parents to a clever and lively boy named Kenneth and a darling baby girl named Emma. We live in Toronto.
When working for other people, I mostly work with start-ups. I'm currently employed with my seventh, as a 'risk manager'. I study stuff like corporate governance and learning how to run a small business.
about this site
In 1995, I began to write for the 'net. First it was book reviews, then IT how-tos, photography, travel, and even an odd funeral speech or two. Nowadays that early fun stuff is mostly gone (mostly) and like many boring middle-aged people I talk about work or my kids and even my commute in my 2,500-entry journal. I don't do Facebook, I do this. Have fun.