Various Writing Projects

Most of what I write are bureaucratic system architecture documents, security analysis reviews for audit purposes, cost-benefit analyses, impact studies, requirements traceability matrices, business proposals, requests for proposals, responses to requests for proposals, whitepapers, marketing analyses, web traffic analysis reports, social media marketing plans, contracted blog posts about fringe industries of which I have absolutely no knowledge, and various attempts at creating something of artistic value ... in that order of priority.

This section attempts to highlight the last item, which obviously suffers greatly at the expense of the mindset and energy required to produce the former items. Also there's the issue that, due to the fact that I am generally paid for the former -- and have grown quite accustomed to that lifestyle -- I generally publish my non-professional works under one of a couple of different nom-de-plumes. If you're lucky, you might pry one of those out of me given enough beer and kindness, but really it should be pretty easy to find with a Google search and a rudimentary knowledge of my hobbies, fetishes, and speech patterns.

Basically, while I'm generally considered very good at the technical stuff (which I insist qualifies as fiction, since I usually am making most of it up as I go along), I've been insisting for the better part of two decades now that there is a bohemian performance poet still blossoming within me, dying to come out...

Lyrical | Poetic | Short Form | Attempted Novels | Hyperfiction

 

 

 

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My somewhat impersonal blog featuring the latest in brain regurgitations. Basically it's a collection of semi-witty ruminations on comic books, music, gadgets, artificial intelligence, the technological singularity, cyberculture, and serial on-line dating.

Yeah, believe it or not I've got a day job I'm quite fond of on top of all this other stuff. Still, if you've got a really unique position open, I'm a decent BA/PM, network administrator, and software engineer who is fluent several dead programming languages.