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I work as a social media and community content creator, Lead Moderator, and Responder in Online Support Engineering at Toshiba America, monitoring and moderating the community, creating support documentation, scripting and voicing YouTube support videos, and contributing to other products.
My most popular support video,
Toshiba How-To: Understanding Windows 8 system recovery options, has over 200,000 views. Previously I worked as a Software Development Engineer under the Software-as-a-Service model with ASP.NET 3.5 and C#.
I graduated from UC Irvine’s Henry Samueli School of Engineering with a B.S. in Computer Science & Engineering and minor in Classical Civilization.
I’m a member of Tau Beta Pi, oldest engineering honor society in the US
I’m an editor at
Game Boyz, having reviewed over 100 games as well as covering and attending events such as E3 and game launch parties.
WoW Insider, part of the Joystiq network and owned by AOL, purchased three of my articles. I own and blog at this site,
WebPageless, with over 1600 posts as of February, 2014. I own and blog at
Kor’kron 501st about WoW, Blizzard, and other MMOs with over 400 posts as of February, 2014. I own and blog at
Polygons and Pixels about other gaming. I was guest on the Twisted Nether Blogcast, a WoW community podcast, on their
237th episode. I enjoy ska, technology, gaming, sci-fi, vinyl toys, watching improv comedy, comics, and photography.
I’ve walked over the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco as well as hiked and surfed in Hawaii.
I was Alex’s best man.
I’ve visited Oahu, San Francisco, San Diego and Dallas.
I’ve lived in Orange County, Los Angeles County, and Riverside County in California.