Born in Pascagoula, Mississippi in 1975, I moved to the DFW Metroplex in Texas in 1978. I lived in the Dallas area basically until 2004, when I moved to Panama City, Florida. I got my first computer — an IBM XT clone running DOS 2.2 — in 1987. I was an avid BBSer until we got Internet access in 1994. I designed my first webpage in 1995, bought my first domain in 1996, and by 1997 was designing websites for others. Now I own my own web design and hosting company, PanamaCityPC. But don’t be fooled by the name, I offer services globally.
I’ve been happily married to Rachel Eiland-Hall since May 2000.
I enjoy many things related to computers, such as helpdesk and website design and hosting. I’m definitely a computer geek, and I love helping others discover the power and joy of computing. I currently use Linux (Xubuntu) for my main desktop computer, and CentOS for my server; but I was previously a Windows enthusiast, and I like Mac as well. I believe in using the right tool for the job that someone’s most comfortable with.
One of my major hobbies is theatre. I’ve been involved in approximately 50 productions; from acting to sound design to assistant directing.
You can find details about my employment history, website projects, and theatre productions by clicking the links on the sidebar to the left.