About:"Black socks and Birkenstocks do not maketh the geek. I would argue that the essence of geekitude comes from within. To the true geek, it's not enough that things work. He or she must know how things work. And beyond that, there is the nagging temptation to make said things work just a tad bit better than factory spec. This curious and compulsive fixing of things that are not broken -- that's true geekitude." --David Plotnikoff
I’m an Intel officer for the US Army and I also work with computers in the civilian world. I love to ‘tinker’ and hack things. I’m also very open to new ideas and I love to try new things and meet new people. If you are ever in the NJ area, drop me a note and get a tour of my “Garage M’Hal.” It’s the tinker’s dream shop!
I have 2 undergrad degrees in General Science and Criminal Justice. I have a Master’s in Business Science and Homeland Security. I’m currently working to get my teaching credentials.