I took one of the first computer courses on the Univac 1105 (taught by John W. Carr with Bill Hanson) while in graduate school (1960). In 1967, I joined the UNC Computation Center as a Fortran/Assembler programmer. When I retired in 1999, I was Campus Webmaster and a Tier 2 Analyst in the IT Response Center.
I've been working with Public Information Network, Inc. (better known as RTPnet) providing hosting services for nonprofit organizations since 1989. My current interests include Drupal and CiviCRM, NCCommunities.org, NCTech4Good, and recording the history of computing on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus.