I started out on Apple IIE and moved to IIGS Wozzer doing AppleWorks articles for the AWUG magazine. Moved to the Apple Power PC doing the same for the ClarisWorks User Group.
Moved to DOS when I went to work as an Engineer for a circuit board company making the PacMan motherboards.
From there I went into User/Computer/Machine Interfacing and articles in WSJ. Helped build two factories from the ground up and traveled worldwide. Ended as the Senior Network Manager for the Bergquist Company (sold to Henkel just after I retired).
Now I work part-time for a friend of mine and help people the rest of the time.
On the personal side, I received an M-Div from Azusa Pacific University (1995 - Thesis: Internet Learning Systems for a Phd in Theology/Divinity Degrees) without having an undergrad degree (self-taught) and consulted with Churches and other Religious Institutions on IT management "High-Touch Pastors in A High-Tech World"
I have a website I am developing on the interface of Science and Biblical theology www.ScriptureFlight.com