Welcome! You are the umteenth visitor
since I installed the (now broken) counter (July, 1995). I am glad
to be living today to see the rapid developments in technology. In
college, I took every computer course available - both of them. At my
first full time job, the site was still running a vacuum tube computer.
Now I have on my in my purse a machine more powerful than the first mainframe
systems that I worked on that filled rooms - and it makes use of color
and graphics. If you don't like some aspect of working with computers,
wait a few months - it will change.
I was raised in
I attended Chico State College and Chabot Junior College, where I received an A.A. degree.
I enlisted in the U.S. Army and served time in Augsburg, Germany and inside Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
I earned my B.S. from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.
Then I moved to Albuquerque, where I used the G.I. Bill to earn my M.A. from Webster University.
I supported CA-IDMS (network database management system) and Oracle (relational database management system) at the University of New Mexico.
I played with MS-Access, which I used to keep membership databases for non-profit organizations and registration information for national conventions, among other things.
I belong to the New Mexico Computer Society,
the Albuquerque Vegetarian and Vegan Meetup Group,
and the Women's Army Corps Veteran's Association.
I also like to travel - check out the list of countries I have visited.
You can also see pictures of my cats.
Check out my favorite links.
The only thing constant in the world is change.
This page last updated 10/23/2012.