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My name is Rich Jerrido and I am the person behind www.outsidaz.org I am a geek hailing from the city of brotherly love. I started this blog a couple of years back as a dumping place for a lot of working knowledge of mine that I could have available online regardless of where I was. Over time it has evolved into being a full-fledged blog, complete with RSS feeds, comments, and pictures.When I am not hacking on computers for profit, I hack on them for fun.Read more about me »

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About This Blog

me My name is Rich Jerrido and I am the person behind www.outsidaz.org

I am a geek hailing from the city of brotherly love. I started this blog a couple of years back as a dumping place for a lot of working knowledge of mine that I could have available online regardless of where I was. Over time it has evolved into being a full-fledged blog, complete with RSS feeds, comments, and pictures.

When I am not hacking on computers for profit, I hack on them for fun. I love taking technology and integrating it into my life to make things easier. Granted, sometimes that is easier said than done, but what’s life without a few small challenges?

I can usually be found somewhere on the internet, usually in #fedora on irc.freenode.net (Nick: SideAngleSide), or via email (rjerrido AT outsidaz DOT org)

All content on this blog is provided under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License

All opinions expressed are exclusively mine and do not reflect the thoughts of my employer(s), past or present.

2 Responses to “About This Blog”

  1. John Brier says:

    What’s up Rich? I met you last week at work on the 4th floor of Venture. Uzoma showed me your post about the HP Microserver. That thing looks nice. I tried to click your twitter link but it doesn’t go anywhere. Follow me on Twitter: JBstrikesagain so I can follow you back.

  2. RichJ says:

    I fixed the twitter link. I guess I need to step into the modern era and actually start using twitter. :)


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