There has been an outcrying from the general public who view this site to find out the answer to one question--who is Beeman? (Actually no one really cared except my E-Commerce teacher who wanted us to show that we could put links on our page and type a thought cohertently. Luck for me, I could. Unfortunately, he could not. at least nothing on his home page showed his ability.
I am a Louisvillian. I am a Kentuckian.
I work part-time at PriceWeber Marketing Communications, Inc. in the Information Technology department.
I am a student. I am a sixth year senior at the University of Louisville. I am finishing a masters degree in Business Administration. I am finishing a degree in Engineering Math and Computer Science at Speed Scientific School.
I am a campus leader. I am the Vice-President of Membership of the Louisville Chapter of Triangle Fraternity, a Fraternity of Engineers, Architects and Scientists. I am the President of the Association of Computing Machinery Student Chapter at the University of Louisville. I have been involved with the Speed School Student Council. I was involved with Alpha Phi Omega, a National Co-ed Service Fraternity, and have a pgae dedicated to why I left.
I am a computer scientist. I am involved in the industry. I read the industry news every morning on sites such as Slashdot, AppleInsider, Macintouch, and Palm Gear. I am on the developers list for my e-mail client. I am an offical shareware developer for the Palm Platform.
I am a writer. I like to write. Most of my latest writings are in the fiction section of my homepage. I think much of this is still applicable to my life, even though most of the writings are 6 years old.
I am a reader. I like to read e-mail. I use the mutt mailreader, the mogrel of mailreaders which is the best available. The Funny Mail Archive is a tribute to a very small portion of the funny e-mail that I have received, with the name coming from a list I used to run. A much better archive can be found at the International Junk Mail Clearing House.
I am a commincator. I like to communicate with people with the same interests as me. Egroups and Onelist both offer e-mail communities to meet new people. Excite and Yahoo clubs offer web based communites for the same reasons. I have an ICQ account to track my friends across the country.
I am active in my community. I have participated in community Theater with Not Ready for Shakespeare Players. I support AIDS research by paticipating in the Louisville AIDS Walk.
I am a superman. I can do anything. [link]