What’s geolaw.com? Just a personal website – I am a linux geek by trade. Linux
admin, perl/php/mysql web development.
Here is my Resume, although its
probably a little out dated.
You may have found this website looking for information on Lissencephaly.
My first child, Corleen had a rare brain
disorder called Lissencephaly
(smooth-brain). Her website can be found at http://corleen.org
Besides being a web-aholic, I have a few other hobbies. I have a 11 year old
daughter, Mackenzie who keeps me busy enough.
Living at the foothills of the blue ridge mountains, we like to get out and
do the nature thing – some of our favorite spots :
Both my wife and I are avid readers. A couple good recent reads have been:
I also enjoy music. My wife will tell you I have every song ever recorded by Pink Floyd 100 times over.
I keep telling her she is wrong, that it is only 20 times or so. Shhh…. I can say the same about Rush.
My musical tastes are varied. I grew up listening to classic rock, found pink floyd first year of college, then did a little
new-wave period (Depeche Mode, New Order, The Cult, The Cure), and I guess I am mellowing out in my old age
because I am listening to more and more country these days.
Some of my favorite bands, in no order of importance :
- Pink Floyd
- Garth Brooks
- Tim McGraw and his lovely wife Faith Hill
- Metallica (before they sold out)
- Dream Theater
- Fish-Era Marillion
- Def Leppard
- Meat Loaf
- and many many more…
some lyrics :
- Pink Floyd :
For long you live and high you fly
smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry
All you touch and all you see,
is all your life will ever be
- Marillion : Childhoods End?
And it was morning
And I found myself mourning,
For a childhood that I thought had disappeared
I looked out the window
And I saw a magpie in the rainbow, the rain had gone
I'm not alone, I turned to the mirror
I saw you, the child, that once loved
The child before they broke his heart
Our heart, the heart that I believed was lost
Hey you, surprised? More than surprised
To find the answers to the questions
Were always in your own eyes