semi-retired computer nut, into wind-powered and human-powered vehicles and other fun stuff.
a goal of mine here at SO is to keep at least a 30-to-1 answers-to-questions ratio. if you see me diverge, feel free to call me on it. over the years I've gotten a lot of programming and other help, first on Compuserve and then on the Internet, and I intend to pay it forward as much as I can.
like many geeks, I'm not inclined to follow normal English grammar rules. I often don't capitalize the first word in a sentence unless I'd capitalize it anywhere else. I use gender-neutral pronouns such as ey, em, and eir. end akezioneli ai iwz mai own fenedik spelin, bat djenereli nat hir et SO.
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