"Brain and mind are not the same. Your brain is part of the visible, tangible world of the body. Your mind is part of the invisible, transcendent world of thought, feeling, attitude, belief and imagination. The brain is the physical organ most associated with mind and consciousness, but the mind is not confined to the brain. The intelligence of your mind permeates every cell of your body, not just brain cells. Your mind has tremendous power over all bodily systems."

Dr. William B. Salt, MD

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A Fragementary Bio

I grew up in the pre-personal computer age. Pong, Pac Man, Atari and an occasional brief encounter with the commodore 64 was as close as I came to computer technology as a kid. By the time I entered college, the Mac Plus had hit the market and the school opened its first computer center. Though a marvel at the time, the Mac Plus for me was essentially a glorified type writer, a type writer which I had to schedule time in upwards of a week in advance in order to use for writing my term papers. That was OK though, lack of access was no big deal. I was majoring in film and writing term papers was just about all the use I had for a computer back then.

It wasn’t until somewhere around 1993-1994 that I met the internet and it was only then that my opinions about the computer began to change. My discovery of the internet heralded the beginning of what would become a career in web design and video motion graphics. In 1995 I abandoned my dream of becoming a fine artist in exchange for a career in digital media (those who love me should have shot me, but who could have known). I set about learning HTML, Cold Fusion and finally ASP.

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