Minor Internet Radio Celebrity ... Vindaloo Advisor ... Man of Status ... Serial Online Dater
Award-winning radio and podcast host, insatiable listener of the global airwaves, fledgling novelist and fiction writer, subculture Yoda to a bunch of people that probably shouldn't consider me a role model, infrequent keyboard player/composer, music trivia title holder, mannequin wrangler, and resident impresario/expert/blogger on the Indianapolis music scene.
25-Year veteran cloud engineer, technical writer, business analyst, new media advocate, ghost blogger, SEO/web analytics consultant, failed entrepreneur, recovering software engineer, and inventor of the "Jazz Life, Culinary, and Software Development Methodology."
Four-time nominee for best radio personality in Indianapolis. Twice nominated Indy's most-eligible bachelor over thirty-five. Winner of the 2016 NUVO Cultural Vision Awards: Music Trailblazer. 2019 NaNoWriMo Winner. Gilt-Edged Geeks' "Person You Want to Be Trapped in an Elevator at a Boring Convention With."
Hobbies include baseball, strategy gaming, the occasional RPG, voraciously reading everything in sight, quantum physics, day trading, comic books, sci-fi, chop-socky, the technological singularity, cybernetic culture, transhumanism, and dead programming languages.
For fourteen years now, the voice and vision behind Indy In-Tune Radio, as well as the Indy In-Tune Podcast, Local is Our Genre, and The Countdown Podcast, and a few others you don't know about because I have many noms de plume.
Actually mostly just a hired gun, but always working on a couple of side projects. Not much to report on those yet, but you can scan through a few samplings of my history as well as the occasional snippet of the new stuff currently in production here.
Yes, I'm Going Away
I'm slowly purging social media and consolidating all of my creative output here. As of New Years 2020, most sites have already been closed and of the remainder, I only plan to stay current with Twitter and WordPress. Please adjust your expectations accordingly.
I Did It!
Go ahead and put "first-time novelist" in my list of self-identifying accomplishments. Last November I participated in NaNoWriMo for the third time and actually won it for the first time! Granted it's mostly unintelligible, but what have I ever written that isnt?
It's Now Official
All hail the glorious house of Pierpont-Archer. The paperwork has officially arrived, and I am now a proper Lord. I won't insist everyone use my title every time they address me, but I will be evoking prima noctra and do excpect a little bow or curtsey if you're making me pick up the tab.
Software Engineer and Technical Analyst
Specializing in mostly-dead programming languages, extremely large documents detailing and interpreting multivariate data sets, and making stuff run smootly in the cloud ... kinda like a nerdy Lando Calrissian.
Fledgling Writer and Novelist
Aside from the aforementioned technical stuff, a first-time novel writer, currently working on a couple of new projects. Mostly I just blog about stuff I'm an expert in ... namely, comic books, music, geek gadgets, and serial on-line dating.
Commissioner of Tackle Baseball
Seriously, it's a game. It has rules. I invented them. Accept no immitations. It's not legitimate, sanctioned Tackle Baseball unless it has my signature. Someday it will probably take the sports world by storm.