Michael works for Enterprise Applications where he is the Workflow Developer and Administrator for SharePoint.

BS in Computer Science: Scientific Applications        Minor: Math

He likes snow skiing, white water canoeing, camping, hiking, sci-fi, cycling, porch swings, weightlifting, mission trips,  playing spades, exploring, restaurants, scuba diving, traveling, and discussing economics & politics.  And someday he will find the time to go fly a kite.


7 Answers:old obsolete commodore pet computer

First Computer: Commadore Pet (16K of memory)  Wrote a Pac-man game for it in Basic, in the 8th grade.  I still have the cassette tape it was saved on! 

Cats or Dogs?   You know what's the difference between dogs and cats?  A dog looks at it's human and thinks "You shelter me, you feed me, you love me, you take care of me when I'm sick.  You must be God!"    ...  A cat looks at it's human and thinks "You shelter me, you feed me, you love me, you take care of me when I'm sick.  I must be God!"   ...                               ...         So, in order to sidestep this religious question, I have decided I like fish with tartar sauce.

 What is your favorite condiment? Pesto, chocolate syrup, duck sauce, mango salsa, queso, sour cream, pineapple salsa, tartar sauce, ranch, salsa verde, mild curry, gravy, mustard, sauerkraut, soy sauce ..  oh I can only pick one??  Well then, throw them all on and we'll try that ;-)

 The farthest place I have traveled?   Asia: Philippines, Singapore, Borneo, Beijing China; without leaving earth being 12 hours forward on the other side of the blue marble is the farthest one can go.

 What is your favorite type of pizza dough?  NYPD!  all else not worth       Hey Forgetaboutit!

What is your favorite way to spend a typical Saturday morning?    In Church

What are some of your first memories of the internet?  Over 20 years ago, I woke up on MLK day  wanting to read the "I have a dream" speech.  When I found it immediately I had such a feeling come over me.  I read it with tears in my eyes.  It was then that I knew that the internet was going to change everything about our knowledge.  Nowadays that is obvious ancient; kids just assume it has always been so, but back then, not so much.  Would you believe that back then, internet purists did not want money polluting the free flow of information that was the internet?  They made the .com (commercial) domain as a concession, a way of keeping the money-centric interests away from the pure free flow of knowledge on the internet.  Nowadays, lots of folks don't know there is any other domain outside of .com.