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A Little Blurb About Me

the JoshMeister (742476) writes | more than 7 years ago

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I'm the JoshMeister, a self-professed computer geek and Network Specialist by trade. I have three degrees including a Master of Information Technology concentrating in Internet Security. Not that that makes me special in and of itself, but it's something fairly unique and interesting about me.

I'm the JoshMeister, a self-professed computer geek and Network Specialist by trade. I have three degrees including a Master of Information Technology concentrating in Internet Security. Not that that makes me special in and of itself, but it's something fairly unique and interesting about me.

I host a few podcasts, one all about computer technology called Tech Pulse, the official MacMod.com podcast called MacMod Live, and one about the television show LOST. My primary blog is here, and many of my entries are of a technical nature.

Oh yeah, and I'm on a whole bunch of social networks like Twitter, Pownce, MySpace, etc. Feel free to add me.

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