Roy Richardson

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Computer Geek by Day, fiction writer by night. My personal goal is to take things that are hard to understand about computers or Life and make them easier to understand for everyone.

I have worked with computers since I was 12. I could spout off all the old computer brands I have worked with that no longer exist, but that would just date me. I have looked in the mirror and I would not want to date me.

I have worked professionally with computers over 17 years and I have been teaching Computer Technology classes for over 6 years. I have worked with multiple OSes, Databases, Hardware platforms, and applications. I have been a web developer, a database administrator, and a system administrator.

In my teaching career I have taught everything fro
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“To change her mind is a woman's prerogative, to change his mind is a man's purgatory.”
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“To change her mind is a woman's prerogative, to change his mind is a man's purgatory.”
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“The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it.”
Terry Pratchett, Diggers




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