Welcome to my little corner of the net. Here's the usual collection of links and some small bits of information about me.
I'm Steve McIntyre. I was born at 21:12 BST on the 28th May 1974
in Wigan. I came
to Cambridge on the 2nd October 1993, and
I've basically stayed here ever since. I recently
married the fabulously
If you need to contact me, I have more details. This is not an invitation for you tell me how to Make Money Fast or similar.
I have a CV stored somewhere around here.
I currently work for ARM in Cambridge, where I am a software engineer. The job certainly does not involve web design, as I'm sure these pages will illustrate...
Stuff I do
I design and develop software every day at work, then as if that wasn't enough I normally come home and carry on! I'm a Linux expert, and I help to develop the Debian distribution. I used to be the Debian Project Leader, elected in April 2008 and again in 2009. I also create and sell Debian CDs and DVDs. I have contributed to a wide variety of Free Software projects over the years.
I'm a keen role-player, and I run and play in several games with a large group of friends in Cambridge.
I dabble with my digital camera; I have some photographs of people and places on the web, and some more that my friends have taken.
I know the following people fairly well. Some of them might consider me a friend, while others might deny having ever met me. I'm not sure if I should ask...
| Simon Booth | Ben Chalmers | Ellie Crane | Rob Hague | Phil Hands | Ian Jackson | Rob Kendrick | Jonathan McDowell | Neil McGovern | Martin Michlmayr | Andrew Mobbs | Catherine Pitt | Mike Pitt | Jon Rabone | Andy Ross | Daniel Silverstone | Andy Simpkins | Colin Tuckley |
Random links and silly stuff
You may find them useful, or then again maybe not...
|I am a member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and I support their Campaign for Audiovisual Free Expression|
Some funny? things people have sent me, and others found on the 'Net.
Where can you see lions? Only in Kenya, I'm told.
Like many people, I'm a pain to buy gifts for - I'm often in the habit of simply buying CDs/DVDs/books/electronic toys as I want them. In the hope it'll help family and friends, I'm going to try maintaining a Wishlistr wishlist of things I'd like but don't have (yet!)...
And here's a list of the DVDs I've already got, so I can remind myself... :-)
Details of my home wireless network.
That's all folks!