March 3, 2006Working with Brian totally and utterly rocks! This also means that Brian is exceptionally patient.
People I Paid to Say Something Nice
March 19, 2004Well brian is my Uncle
And i have never meet a linux/Mac goro better than him!!
I too enjoy the trips to San Fransisco (altho there has only been one for me there will be more in the future Hopefully!!)
November 24, 2003If you ever need someone to drink you under the table, Brian is your man. His mid-western genes are strangely unaffected by mass quantities of alcohol... if you don't believe me, invite him to drink with you!
October 9, 2003The hardest-working man in Code Business. He works so hard he sometimes breaks out in a sweat and collapses on the floor. Usually, Mark comes out and drapes a towel over his shoulders, ushering him to a place where he can lie down and take a break. Brian initially accepts Mark's kindness, but then he stands up, throws off the towel, and runs back to his workstation. It's really inspiring.
August 26, 2003Brian is our son, and we are very happy with what he has become. But, why do you think a midwest boy would want to move to California? Come to think of it, it has worked out pretty well so far. We have seen the San Francisco sights, Carmel, seventeen mile drive, the wine country several times, and Yosemite. Maybe that has something to do with it.
August 4, 2003Brian; Who is he? Inventor? Engineer? Social Construction Set Builder?
Pattern Language Expert? Knowledge Cluster Backbone Creator? There are some more Proper Noun sets I can use to describe him but first.
1. We like Functional Collaborative Knowledge Networks.
2. Visualizing Data Remotely in Real-Time with Groups of People is Cool.
3. Being able to Connect and Communicate within a Framework like TRIBE.NET is a working piece of the puzzle.