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Although his training and education is as a bench biochemist, he spends a lot of time focused on web work and computers. As for his passion in recreational bicycling, he says, “There’s something very ‘Zen’ about the focus required to ride some of my favorite paths (similar to the palette cleansing effect of a spoon of sherbet between meal courses), and I often find that the solution to a tricky problem will occur to me at those times.”
His technical interests constantly remind him that everything is connected. They have also given him the useful skill of a systematic approach to problem solving. His advice? “Never run with scissors” and “Before getting too wrapped up in Dreamweaver, make sure you take time to become comfortable with HTML and CSS – it’ll save you a world of frustration.”