If you want to find out more about me check out my Wikipedia page.
I host a daily tech show at PopSnap.
Here is a little expository writing on why I’m geeky:
Woz is a good role model to many young people like me. I read iWoz and was blown away by how much of what was in the book I am experiencing in my life as I open new doors and make new discoveries. When reading chapter 10, My Big Idea, I found out that we both got our ideas because we were involved in a club that brings different people from various backgrounds together because we have something in common- our computers and our productivity. He talks about the Homebrew Computer Club in 1975 as a group of people fascinated with technology and the things it can do. He said the Homebrew Club was mostly young people who were engineers and envisioned the computer as something that would lead to social justice. It sounds like he is describing the computer club I am part of- Super Happy Dev House.
I started attending Supper Happy Dev House last year because I wanted to meet other people who are just as fascinated with technology as I am. It’s a place where young people collaborate to get our work done and do it together. It was started by my new friend David Weekly, founder of PB Wiki, in the spirit to bring back the Homebrew Computer Club in Silicon Valley. The club consists of mostly males, although the number of females is growing, and everyone seems to be either an engineer or a designer. At Super Happy Dev House we are driven to create because we want to help humanity and empower people. Just as every member to Super Happy Dev House comes from a different background, we come together for a common purpose. That’s what we want to do for others- we want to enable them to come together for a common purpose to help humanity. We see different parts of technology as different elements that come together to create a key that will unlock a door that will change the world.