About Me

So. Yah. A more detailed biography. I live in Ottawa, Canada with my wonderful wife, our three cats (Tracey, Cthulhu, and Jack), and a prickly pear named Esmeralda. Pictures of these lovely critters may be found at their photo page. Pictures of the lovely wife are conspicuously absent – she doesn’t like posting her photo or real name online and if I do so here I might find myself sleeping on the couch!

I work for Research In Motion on consumer applications and previous to my time at RIM I  worked on the Eclipse project at IBM Canada.

When I’m not working I like to play video games, read (mostly gaming books), paint models and watercolor and as of recently contact juggle. I’m also a very enthusiastic tattoo collector and I have about 80-100 hours of work on me.

I’m sure there’s something else I could put here but I’m at a loss at the moment. If you need to contact me you can find me on MSN at pookzilla at hotmail dot com. I wouldn’t bother mailing me at this address, however – it’s little more than a spam honeypot at this point.

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  1. Hannah

    Hello!

    I am contacting you because I am working with the authors of a book about blogs, and I’d like to request permission to use a photograph of yours in this book. Please contact me at hannah@wefeelfine.org and I’d be happy to give you more information about the project. In the meantime, please visit our website at wefeelfine.org to get an idea of what we are all about. Also, if you would please paste a link to your blog in the subject field of your response it will be a huge help. Thanks so much!

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  • About Me

    Hi! My name is Kimberly Horne and I have absolutely nothing interesting to say. Unfortunately for you I DO have an overpowering need to tinker with technology which is explains the presence of this journal. I mostly talk about games (video and tabletop), technology, tattoos, and my pets.

    If you're an Eclipse user you may find my Eclipse category more interesting.

    Similarly, if you're an Arduino nerd then maybe my projects might be of interest.

    Since I've discovered Twitter this journal has been neglected somewhat. If you really want to stalk me your best bet is to follow me on twitter.