I actually really, really dislike writing “About Me” pages and biographies. I never know what to say or how to properly talk about myself without sounding like a complete dork or (in my opinion) completely full of myself. But I will try anyways…
I’m a 24 year-old who recently (in the last two years) relocated from St. Petersburg, Florida, to Seattle, Washington. After moving out here, I finished my Bachelor’s degree in IT Management and went from being a cashier at a CVS store to doing tech support.
In my free time, I like to read, learn about new things in the InfoSec field, do silly little projects (crafts and other, random DIY stuff) around the house, play video games, and cook. I also like to go to (hacker/security) cons to hang out with friends that I would otherwise see only a few times a year as well as present on new (and hopefully) interesting things.
I decided to turn the site into a blog in the beginning of October 2011, after looking at the old version and deciding that it would be too frustrating to update and that I didn’t like the format. Coming to this realization was the hard part. After that, I made a list of things that I wanted to blog about and why, which will help me stay focused and increase the chances of me actually making updates by about a billion percent.