Director of Web Services
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Jay is an Aggie. 'Nuf said. Wait, he also hates that this page is orange.
Web Services Manager
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Toni is a gownie-to-townie, having completed both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Computer Science at Ohio University and never left Athens the whole six to eight years.
Well, not really. We're sure she went home a few times in between.
When not hosting impromptu 'team-building' dance parties, she coordinates and manages the projects that come through web services. She has a knack for gradient design and word-smithing which is seen in our daily office Haikus.
What is in a name?
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The Man Tiger: Scavenger of Food
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Matthew is one of our newest team members, who we stole from Kent State. While at Kent, he completed a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and went on to be one of their Web Developers and also where he began his career in magic.
Matt is the team chef. At least the one of us that has any real professional training. If you were to actual ask any of us, we really have yet to sample any of his so called masterpieces in the kitchen.
In his spare time, he is not far from the internet as he provides support to family and friends' personal and business websites. He is also a co-creator of the Office Olympics we host every Friday. After 5pm, of course.
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In February of 2013, Brad was upgraded from Intern/Student Worker to Full Time/Real Boy. He likes to spend his past time noodling about on his guitar and complaining that people take too long getting ready for lunch. His guitar skills can sometimes be heard performed and Open Mic Night at the Baker Front Room or, sometimes even, Donkey Coffee.
Brad obtained his Bachelor's degree in Specialized Studies concentrating in Communications and Computer Science which he plans on using to communicate computer science to others. Or computer science-ize communications for training.
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Dave is smart. and we like him. And he has amazing powers. He takes care of the CommonSpot servers, and has written a number of custom applications to run within CommonSpot.
His mini fridge is always stocked with Diet Mountain Dew and the most random music can be heard from his speakers. Not a dull day goes by when he is at work. Especially when you are called into his office for crashing one of his servers.
Sorry again about that.
One of his most recent "Big Apps" is the Flash Media Server. Think YouTube but with less viral videos.
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Dick has a PhD in Physics.
He has been around CommonSpot at OU since it's first installation, and is full of fun facts -- about CommonSpot and other things. Like, do you know how to build a Temporal Wormhole Manipulator?
Well, neither does he, but he does know a lot of another neat things!
While not grading his student's finals, he ensures that the static web servers are happy and that our attitudes are well adjusted by supplying us with weekly satirical comic strips.
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Mark is a real townie, although he's never actually lived in Athens, he grew up in the county. So, I guess that makes him a count... ie? He also has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and a Master's Degree in Education.
Mark is a professional helicopter pilot, as long as he doesn't run out of AA batteries and Brad doesn't crash the office helicopter into a wall. Which he did. So Mark isn't a pilot anymore.
In October of 2012, Mark left our team to take up a position administering the campus Portal system, but we like to keep him around for the laughs.
Being an artist, she sees the world in a different light and 20 additional colors outside of the visible spectrum. Because of this skill she finds the orange of this website to be both revolting and an odd shade of green all at the same time.
She started working with us in 2013 and is pursuing a degree in Media Arts & Studies with a concentration in Animation through the Honors Tutorial College.
On a daily basis, a die is rolled to determine the level of sleepiness she feels.
Caffeine has proven to skew these results.