Hi, and welcome to my blog.
So here’s a little about me: My name is Amit Schreiber. I am 28 years old, computer software engineer by profession. I work for Motorola in Israel. This, unfortunately, will probably be the last time I will mention Motorola, because as the security in this place is so tight I am afraid to mention anything about aspects of my work.
I started working out around 11 months ago. Hopefully I’ll have a Fitness category and I’ll talk about it a little more. However, I have to mention one person who was a great inspiration. This man is John Stone. He has made the change a few years back, but what’s special about him is that he documented everything. In the future I will tell you the funny story on how I got to his website.
I read books once in a while. Some are for the pure joy of reading, other professional. I will mention some of them in later posts. Right now I’m reading “The Salmon Of Doubt” by Douglas Adams (actually not by him, but it’s still his material.
I also play Congas drums. I just started learning. It’s pretty cool, and I hope to become good at it, regardless of the fact that I have very little time to practice.
Anyway, this is my first post. Pretty lame, but this is why it is called “Me 1” and not just “Me”. There’s more to come, sooner or later.
3 Replies to “Me 1”
Nice to meet you Amit, I read your stuff and hope you continue to write. You should read “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”, I’m shure you’ll love it.
Bye for now.
amit this is very nice – i know your very talented but i didnt know you are playing drums.hope to read more what you are doing without the word motorola becouse its a secret…
bye for now from your mad hatter,joe shmoe!!
It took me some time to figure out that ‘send to email’ is not my password, but it is not my fault that it was never sent to me. So now that I can comment I can tell you how pissed I am that there is not link to my site (http://homepages.nyu.edu/~ac1058/) under Friends and Family (btw, nice site Revital).
Anyway congradulations! It’s a cool site and it’s great that you have something to do with ‘gnobal’ – I just hope you are not going to write too much about programming, since besides providing us with a profession, it sucks!
OK I’ll see you in two seconds on the MSN…
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