My particular computing hardware led me to hang out a lot in a couple of peer-to-peer computer forums: Lenovo and EVGA. The Lenovo forum is fairly “corporate”. The mods keep things screwed down pretty tight. The EVGA forum is more wild-and-wooly. Both can be very helpful.
As a bonus, take a look at PepperonI. Among his no-doubt many skills, Andy is a Lenovo whiz with a lot of real-world experience. Check it out.
I guess we have to start somewhere, so how about a little biography and the usual disclaimer? This blog is the newer version of the old website at Beezmo.com. Anything you read here may or may not be true, correct, grammatical, or sensible. If you find something useful or interesting, great. If not, move on. There’s nothing for you here…
I’m an old guy. I live in the Pacific Northwest: Washington State, US of A. One wife, one kid. The kid lives in Japan – more about that here: BeezBlog. I’ve been in the computer hardware business – designing, mostly, and writing device drivers – with the same small company for over 40 years.
Personal interests include computer stuff, vegetable gardening, saltwater fishing, and hanging at the cabin. And trying to learn Japanese. “Trying” is the operative word here.
Computing hardware under current ownership consists of several Lenovo/IBM Thinkpads and IdeaPads, an Acer Aspire One netbook, and a couple of white-box EVGA builds. Oh, and Sun SPARC and Opteron boxes for board and driver testing. All my machines (save the netbook and IdeaPads) are multi (multi, multi, multi…) boot and/or virtual hosts for many OS versions. This narrative will (probably) be mostly odd notes about those machines.
Let’s give it a rest for now. This bloggage is wearing on an old guy.