Lonesome Dove Computing Services
3267 Bee Caves Road #107
Austin, TX 78746-6700
Computer consultant, music fan(atic), cat owner,
junk Volkswagen© collector.
- My chief passion is music, both recorded and live. If you're
interested in the latter, you might want to check out my
Guide to Austin Music (and beyond).
Or even better, if you live around Austin, check out
for a description of the madness that infects Austin every March.
- I co-administer soaustin.net,
a website set dedicated to helping Austin musicians getting the
word out about their music. (We offer web design and hosting
at pretty reasonable rates; check us out!) Among the sites
we host there are
Darcie Deaville's web site
Jason Eklund's web site.
- As for me, I graduated from
in 1980, and still keep up with many friends from there.
A number of them worked on either the
(the student newspaper) or
KTRU (the student radio station).
- As for work, I have a consultancy known as
Lonesome Dove Computing Services. (I used to live about a half-mile
from the Lonesome Dove Baptist Church, founded in the late 1800s. This
was the original place from which Larry McMurtry took the title of
his novel.) But at the moment, I'm playing employee again, at the
Goodbyte Corporation, a
startup working on a next-generation Application Server designed
to web-enable existing SQL databases onto Intranets, including
Human Resources self-service applications, but much more
- As for opinions, see Mark's Barstool.
You'll find my rantings on the decrepit state of the Austin
live music scene, software development, and any other idiocy
that comes to mind. In addition, if you're not easily
offended, check my gallery of stuff that is
in poor taste.
- Of course I have my own list of
time-wasting hobbies, if you're interested. Included is my
list of webcomics I read.
- Finally, here's a picture of the cat that
used to own me.. She's "gone to be with St. Francis" now, but you
can still read her views on how I
ran things here.
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Fri Jan 27 17:49:19 CST 2006