One man, many lives
Despite what everybody else (including me!) knows, I don't just live where I live and do what I do. I apparently lead a number of secret lives, doing all sorts of weird things, some of which I disagree with!
It's kinda fun, sometimes, to do searches for yourself on search engines. It's even common enough that there's a name for it: egosurf; an appropriate nomenclature if there ever were one.
But more fun (for me, anyway) than finding my own stuff was finding all the other weird-ass people who have stolen my name for their own nefarious purposes. So, I figured I'd compile a list :)
- Matthew Fuller lives in South London, and does a lot of writing, some software authorship, etc. Here's a quick 2-paragraph bio of Matt.
- Matthew Fuller has a degree in Electrical Engineering and holds an MBA. He works at the T. K. Martin Center for Technology and Disability at Mississippi State University, where he does work involving facilitating computer use for users with vision problems.
- Matthew Fuller is apparently a chem student at Case Western Reserve University. Not a very informative page, though, so who knows what he really does.
- Captain Matthew Fuller is dead. He died in the summer of 1678, after coming over on the Mayflower.
- Matthew Fuller is a student at the College of Computer Science at Northeastern University. He also doesn't have a very useful or informative page.
- Matthew Fuller is a photographer, with work available through the McCabe Gallery.
- Matthew Fuller took an Art 100 class in the Fall of 1999 at Phoenix College (a member of the Maricopa Community Colleges group).
- Matthew Fuller, who is referred to as Matthew Fullerton, so who really knows (shifty bastard!) on this page, is a PC consultant at Southern Methodist University.
- Matthew Fuller is a former, ahhh... "exotic dancer" with the HollyWood Men group.
- Matthew Fuller did the sound design, and some carpentry, and was the master electrician, for the November 2000 production of Biedermann and the Firebugs in the Theatre department at Wake Forest University. Now this is kinda cool, since I used to do that sort of work in theatre as well. Go Matt!
Well, there's plenty more me's around. One made the honor roll at Westover School, wherever that is, in 2000. But really, who cares? I think we've covered quite enough me's already, don't you?