First order of business...me! Care to check out my resume?
This would be me. Taken a couple of years ago, but still relatively accurate. Goatee's a little longer (and shaggier) now, as is the hair, otherwise mostly the same. Hair, incidentally, being half red (natural) and half black (unnatural). I got bored and decided to play with hair dye a while ago. Have finally gotten around to starting to grow it out to all red again, but it'll be a while. You're thrilled, I'm sure.
Born May 3, 1973. Spent most of my life up here in Anchorage, Alaska. Seven months a frozen hell, two months slush, and three months of the most beautiful summers I've ever seen. Almost makes the rest of the year worth it. Almost. :)
What started as more or less a brainfart while talking to another Woody on the Internet has started to grow and take on a life of its own. A collection of Woodys from across the globe - webpages, e-mail addresses, whatever they send me. Are you a Woody? Do you know one? E-mail me and let me know!
A collection of quotes, saying, witticisms, and other such and sundry things that I have been keeping (with varying regularity) ever since high school. Lots of neat stuff in here, in my admittedly not so humble opinion. (grin) Gotten big enough that it's broken into several pieces...I hope you enjoy it. I do.
Things that tend to amuse me
Again, pretty much what the name implies, but a bit more. A collection of files I've found over time in both the analog and digital worlds that either amuse me or that I think are worth a little bit of thought.
All contents of this website ©1995/1996 Woody Hanscom (email@example.com) for Psylonic Productions, unless otherwise stated. These pages last updated July 1st, 1996, at a random time of day. Any inconsistancies, oddities, or other wierdnesses contained within these pages are entirely figments of your own imagination, and I cannot be held responsible for any of such. So there. My views are not necessarily those of my employer, my family, friends, neighbors, government representatives, or any other people in my life. Live with it. I have to.