About Me


I’m Sean. I currently hover around the 30+ age range, depending on the eye of the beholder and the current choice of form for the day. I do cast a shadow but only when it occurs to me to do so.


The Island of Misfit Toys, USA which is an island sanctuary where defective and unwanted toys are sent.

Among its inhabitants besides myself:

  • King Moonracer
  • Charlie-In-The-Box
  • Misfit Elephant
  • Misfit Doll
  • A misfit cowboy who rides an ostrich

and various other toys including a train with square wheels on its caboose; a toy boat that sinks rather than floats; a squirt gun that shoots grape jelly; a bird with the characteristics of a fish who swims instead of flies, and an airplane that can’t fly.

I got into computers…

When I was very young… sometime in the early 1980’s.

I started out with Apple II’s in elementary school but my first computer was a Commodore 64 and it was purchased at K-Mart.

I really took to it and very soon I got a modem (300 baud) and started calling BBS’s then running a few myself… I was even a hub for FidoNet.


Playing guitar, heavy metal music (if it’s too loud, you’re too old!), going to the beach, playing with my dog, jet skiing, computers, reading, taking pictures, boobs (did I say that?), women (so many women, none as good as mine), Radio Control (R/C or RC) Cars and Trucks, RPG’s, old classic video games… you know the ones that took a single quarter to play.

Games I like to play: anything from the late 1970’s to early/late 1980’s I.E. Space Wars (1977 by Cinematronics), Galaga (1981 by Midway/Namco), Donkey Kong (1981 by Nintendo), Tron (1982 by Bally/Midway) just to name a few.

I also have a new found love for the classic 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System, NES for short.

When not playing on my Nintendo NES console, I’m known to break out my classic Gameboy, complete with headphones and link cable. Now that’s playing with power :)

So what am I up to these days?

I’m doing a lot of web design, application development and blogging among other “computer” related things.

Final Thought:

Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.

– Albert Einstein