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Justin, a way-cool little brother!
Shane Cook, who really looks a lot better than his picture, and finds all the best restaurants in the Metro Detroit area, including the best blues bar, the now-defunct Sully's.
Karen is the high maintenance girlfiend extraordinare. Bearer of pain and delight.
Mike, Mr.Login, who bets that his home page will be cooler than mine. He's wrong, but he can still eat more spaghetti than me!
Sharon, the Insignificant Alien.
Dawn, Wayne State's official sys-damsel-admin in the tall tower.
Kathy, the Thwap Goddess, who got me into bicycling and is a Bob.
Erica, la Eriquita! Met at a dance, that girl is cute!
Bolo, the only nigh-indestructible AI tank I've ever met. I'm glad he's on my side!
JT the LFM, who I love like a brother... and sometimes wanna kill like one, too.
Egon, The former reluctant famulus of the net.
Daniel Glasser, Elvi and big name filker.
Randy Asplund-Faith and his lovely wife Melody are wonderful people, even if they spend too much time being Baron Ranthulfir and Lady Dulcinea in the SCA.
Laura Craighead is a brilliant woman, delivering educational networks for the Federal gov't, and great fun as a Star Trek fan.
Iain, my predecessor as Web admin and a good travel companion, as well as architect of CareerSite.
Linda Bangert and Joe McConnell are just a couple of Woodchucks, y'know?
Ed Vielmetti is the most quotable person I know, and also amoung the quietest.
Owen's page sucks, but how can I mention Ed and not mention Owen? How come some of the top technical people have such crappy webpages?
Steve Simmons, on the other hand is a brilliant computer person, both socially apt and web enabled.
Nealix was part of the Sully's gang, was my almost-ex-alien-in-law, is still a friend.
Jim, whose real purpose was to keep me from going sane while I worked on FMEAplus, is now working with Ben, another talented programmer.
Ronda, a nubile young Ferengi I paid quite a bit of latinum for.
Troy.... Anyone else dating an attractive woman is by definition a non-Troy boy toy.
Airyn is unique. So much so that I recommend you 'nique up on her and hit her with a fish. Very impressive set of webpages! Remind her: she wants to buy me dinner.
Holly and Star are, as she would say, Way Babes.
Melissa the Fan, the Internet Librarian, the legend.
Sharmila, one of the most exciting women I ever had the good fortune to know.
Ed Reck is a great guy to hang out with, finds me cool t-shirts, and does cool paintings for me!
Frank is the best person around here to go out to dinner with, now that MJO is no longer at Fordz.
Mike Suzio is worth 10X his weight in non-Perl-hackers.
Becki is the AlphaFemale, a person I consider myself lucky to to work with, and one of my ex-wives.
Paul and Lizzie have been friends for years, but I've restrained myself from adding a link to his page until now for some reason. Maybe I'm just jealous because he's more famous than me for his Internet hottub.
Jim King was one of my best friends in college.
Bill Humphries was a friend from high school who I recently ran into at a Web conference. Cool!
Paul Estin is the one who came up with Peep Prophecy #6, ask him about it sometime.
Debbie Ridpath Ohi, the mother of my children, who had a link to my page for years, and has blown me away (ah, the agony!) now that I'm finally putting in a link to her!
Peter Tompkins, who I went to school with, now has the best candy shop in New Orleans.
Vanora is a WorldCon fan and all around fun person.
Cori was a leprechaun who came into my life and shared her magic....
Tom Smith is a wonderful filksinger who has just come out with an album called Plugged including "Online Religion" and "Spam" (the email song).
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