I've been using computers since I bought my Commodore Amiga in 1989, and thats also when i started getting online with my 1200 baud dailup modem. Yes, that is before the existance of AOL, PPP, or even HTML. I used to use archie and gopher and thought HTML was just a fad. I guess I was wrong :) I built and repaired desktops, laptops, workstations and servers for six years for a computer company in Phoenix, AZ until they folded in 2001. Currently I do tech support for AT&T's U-Verse Internet, TV and Phone services.
I've dabbled with linux since Redhat 5.0 and tried several other distos like Corel Linux, Slackware, etc. It wasn't until I tried Ubuntu 8.04 that I took the plunge and converted all my laptops and workstations to Linux. Recently with the launch of Fedora 16 I switched my primary system to Fedora, and I've also been running the developmental version of Fedora 17 since Alpha 1. I actively promote Ubuntu and Fedora to my friends and coworkers.
On January 22nd, 2012 my wife and I had our first baby girl and named her Linux.