I asked for a car, I got a computer. How's that for being born under a bad sign? - Ferris Bueller

About Me

Howdy! My name is Sean. I’m a Geek With Social Skills and this is my mini weblog.

I currently hover around the 30+ age range, depending on the eye of the beholder and the current choice of form for the day. I do cast a shadow but only when it occurs to me to do so.

What I Do For Work And Play:

Since the early 1990’s I’ve been a web designer, graphic artist, photographer and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) specialist with over 18+ years of experience in my field.

But wait, there’s more! Starting in mid 2010, I began developing Apple iOS applications and have deployed 100+ iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch apps. Pretty cool.

I’m into classic video games and console systems (Atari 2600, Vectrex, Nintendo NES and SNES, etc). I also enjoy vintage retro computers like the Commodore 64 and Apple II.

If I didn’t have enough hobbies already, hehe, I’m also an avid audio enthusiast. Feel free to check out some of my vintage audio gear.

Geek With Social Skills Mission:

The idea behind GeekWithSocialSkills.com is a central location for me to post random thoughts, dreams, ideas or anything else that strikes my mind at any given time.

By having this website up, my family, friends, co-workers, etc can keep up to date on things going on in my life, that is if I choose to post about it.

I might update 20 times a day or I might go a week without a single peep. Only time will tell but it should be fun.

Geek Factor:

To make everything geeky and filled with web 2.0 technology goodness, there is RSS feeds for everything: the entire site, each tag, and even combination or searches can be subscribed to in your RSS reader.

Just like a normal blog post, each message posted can have comments, and of course each comments thread has its own RSS feed.

Final Thoughts:

If you feel like adding something, don’t be shy, leave a comment. I welcome your constructive comments, suggestions, and additions.

If that doesn’t work for you, feel free to contact me.

Remember, life goes by pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.