Here’s a bunch of the stickers that I’ve made so far. So great to have this outlet squared away also.
So far, the favorite sticker with customers appears to be my answer to the question “Who is John Galt?”
So happy and glad to finish this and post this.
I will now continue to finish post my works, the rest of this year and beyond.
And on Amazon here, once it’s completed.
I have worked in the information technology field since 1996, for such diverse clients as Sony, Microsoft, DreamWorks Animation, NBC, Fox, MySpace, John Wiley & Sons, Nature, MetLife, and American Express. I have also worked for numerous boutiques and special clients.
My goal is to make information work for the people who need it.
In service of that goal, I have: created and organized the flow of information within companies; created and edited user manuals, embedded and contextual help, localization, UI and application messaging; created usability scenarios, software requirements, API documentation, process flows, live documentation, bug reports, test cases; and created and managedother documentation for all aspects of the software and hardware development and production processes.
I’m also experienced in the architecture, design, production and management of websites, and I’m a certified Agile Scrum Master.
The best music is performed. I’ve been fortunate enough to be present to some great performances, and enthralled enough to bring a camera with me.
Here is some of my favorite self-created sort-of-abstract art: Fractals. Many were made with Fractint, and other were made with Apophysis, Fractal Domains, and iFractal while at work and engaged in excremeditation (i.e. a visit to the Little Artist’s Room).
I’ve also made the background for this website, which I think has worked out alright.
The beauty of the world surrounds us. Sometimes we even get to make images of that beauty, and engrave it on our thoughts.
People have the greatest of all beauty.
Here’s a group of my videos that I’ve posted to “Funny Or Die”.
I proudly present my eBook “My Undead Dad”, with great cover art by Rachel Whalon. Its available for the unbeatable price of Free(!) at Smashwords.com .
As the Village Voice once said, the price is 50 barrels of nothing. But you can keep the barrels.
Various visual works that I’ve had great fun creating, are available for sale on RedBubble here:
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