Once upon a time, I also taught computer science classes at ECPI College of Technology, consisting of introductory C/C++ programming, data structure, and object oriented programming.
My interests include graphics, sound, mechanics, electronics, and programming. My specific programming interests are compression and encryption.
In the 1990ís, I ran a BBS known as The Continuum - originally an arts/demos/music board in the Spartanburg, SC area. It opened in November of 92, and closed on January 1, 1997. It returned for a short while in the fall of 1997 as a telnet board, but closed permanently when it's hard disk crashed in spring of 1998. Continuum ran under Renegade BBS for the whole of its existence. It had approximately 360 users at its closing, with an average call rate of 45 calls per day on 4 nodes.
I highly recommend this place. Make sure to try the banana pudding at the conclusion of your meal.
My first demo, a submission to TMDC 6, can be downloaded here.
My second demo, a submission to TMDC 7, will be presented at altparty 2005. It can be downloaded here (with source code).
If you are having trouble with the power windows in an early (1990) miata, here is how I fixed mine.