Who the heck are these guys?

I'm hoping this section will be somewhat interesting. At the very least it will give you a glimpse into our bizarre lives.

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Scott Cartier
Photo of myself with my wife
Vitals I'm 29 years old and graduated from Virginia Tech in 1995. I moved out to California when Intel hired me. I got fed up with the big corporate entity and left for VM Labs in June, 1998. I can't complain too much about Intel though as I did meet my lovely wife there. She was a circuit designer and I was a logic designer on Merced. She was smarter and got out a lot sooner than me. Circumstances forced me to leave VML in 2001 and now I'm at NVIDIA Corp.
Current Residence Mountain View, California
Current Employment Engineer, NVIDIA Corp.
Systems Owned Atari 2600, Atari 800, Sega Genesis, Sega CD (hey, don't laugh - I like it), Game Gear, Nomad, SNES, N64, Playstation (Yaroze!), Dreamcast, PS2, NUON DVD player, X-Box
All Time Favorite Games M.U.L.E., Racing Destruction Set, Toe Jam & Earl, Streets of Rage 2, Super Mario Kart (not that cheating N64 version)
Favorite Comic Books Astro City, Bone, Quantum & Woody, Kingdom Come, Marvels, John Byrne's Next Men, Firearm
Favorite Movies Princess Bride ("Let me 'splain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up."), Fifth Element, Dark City (except the last 15 minutes), Aliens (Director's Cut), Stargate, Star Wars trilogy (duh), Matrix
Current PC Setup
  • Pentium III 500E (OCed to 667MHz)
  • Soyo 6VBA mainboard
  • 128MB PC133 SDRAM
  • GeForce 2 GTS (Elsa)
  • Canopus Pure 3D II
  • 20 Gig Western Digital HD
  • 24x CDROM
  • Iomega ZIP-CD RW
  • Turtle Beach Montego II
  • US Robotics 56k
  • Ethernet adapter
  • USB Compact Flash reader
  • Intel Camera Pro (video-phone)
  • Cable modem
Anticipated Upgrades Okay, I finally bought a new video card. What's next for the old 'puter? If flat panel displays get cheap I might spring for one of those. The Viewsonic VP181 is just calling out to me. "Scott...Scott..." it's saying, "Behold my dual USB hubs, picture-in-picture, 18-inch viewable, 1600x1200 max resolution, and multiple analog, digital, and composite video inputs."

David Dewitt
Current Residence Centreville, Virginia
Current Employment Product Specialist, Merchandising Dept, Best Buy Inc
Systems Owned Atari 2600, Commodore 64, Sega Genesis, Nintendo, SNES, N64, Playstation, Dreamcast
All Time Favorite Games ACS, M.U.L.E., Toe Jam & Earl, Streets of Rage 2, Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Earthbound, Super Mario Kart, Mario Kart 64, Suikoden
Favorite Comic Books Blade of the Immortal, Sandman, Usagi Yojimbo, anything by Masamune Shirow
Favorite Movies Star Wars trilogy (either version), Aliens (Director's cut), Ghostbusters (Tell him about the Twinky), Akira, Ninja Scroll, Fifth Element, Ghost in the Shell
Current PC Setup
  • 500MHz P3 (OCed to 600MHz)
  • Abit BE6 MB
  • 128MB PC133 SDRAM
  • Diamond Viper v770 Ultra
  • IBM 22GB DeskStar 22GXP 7200rpm Ultra-ATA/66 HD
  • Sound Blaster Live Value sound card
  • Toshiba 6xDVD/32xCD drive
  • Internal 100 MB ZIP drive
  • USR 56K V.90 fax/modem
  • 19-inch monitor
  • Microsoft Intellimouse w/IntelliEye
Anticipated Upgrades None at the moment
Favorite Color Black (yes, it is a color, whiners!)
Cars Owned Phantom Grey Pearl '92 Honda Civic Hatchback
# of Playboy Playmates Met 2
Favorite Finger Right Index because I like to point at people and laugh
Favorite Quote Sometimes I resort to thinking.


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