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Tom's Journal

Geeks and politics

2 December 1968

Update: Let me explain something. I write this LJ to seek positive, constructive comments about my work. I'm not here to debate politics. If you want to debate then find a LJ community. This is a place to share with my friends, but I keep it open for the friends I have not yet met. Everyone else is encouraged to read but if you can't say anything nice, say it on your own LJ. Thank you.

I'm Tom, the bi organizer, poly activist, published book author, and sysadmin extraordinaire. I work for Google in our NYC office.

  • EverythingSysadmin.com -- System Administration news, notes, and my thoughts (and info about my books) (Read via LJ feed) (Read via LJ with comments)
  • I am webmaster for a few LGBTI organizations.
  • Whatexit.org -- My personal website (doesn't get updated much since I have a LJ now)

  • I'm the youngest of 5 kids. My parents were married until my father passed away Sept 2003. A big Italian family. I have 1 brother and 3 sisters. Born in CT, moved to NJ when I was 4 and I've been here ever since. My parents retired to CT, two sisters live outside of Chicago, one sister is in Brooklyn and my a brother is in Brooklyn.

    I know a lot of my bisexual friends are surprised to find out that I'm a computer system administrator. I know it can be difficult to understand but I hope you can be open minded enough to take the time to learn more about system administration. Statistics show that as much as 20% of all people are system administrators, or have had system administration experiences.

    I live with my most wonderful sweetie in beautiful Bloomfield, NJ.
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