~ Who am I? ~
This question – asked so often – suggests that there is actually a plausible answer. Almost as if our being were a fixed thing. People who ask this sort of question are typically struggling with their identity and are searching for a core sense of themselves. The irony is that the more you seek to identify who you are, the more fragile you are likely to feel about yourself. There may be an inverse correlation between the question being asked and the ease with which you experience your life. The emphasis shouldn’t be on discovering who you are (what is buried beneath) but on facilitating the emergence of what you’d like to experience.
With that said: Welcome to my virtual hideout!
My name is Michel Lisman and I was born in November of the year 1977. A memorable month it was:
- San Fransisco elects Harvey Milk as City Supervisor. The first openly gay elected official in one of the largest US cities
- The Bee Gees release the soundtrack to “Saterday Night Fever“
- TCP/IP succesfully connects the first 3 ARPANET nodes , eventually becomes the internet protocol (did I say it was a memorable month?)
- Made-for-tv animated film The Hobbit premieres on NBC.
I’m interested in gaming, movies, series, photography, traveling, my girlfriend (if you’re reading this: no particular order!), good single malt whiskeys, music and I am a real tech junky. I do like cars & bikes as well, mostly fast ones..
I’m not driving my bike at the moment, but if I should return I’ll probably lean towards a real fun (& sun) bike, probably a V-twin again.
I’m currently working as a Citrix systems consultant with a company called TenICT, which is a company build on the basic principles of pure knowledge & experience.
I tend to thrive on anything that requires the use of the analytic part of my brain, combined with design and planning both new or repurposing older solutions, not limited to Citrix solutions (I work with a lot of Microsoft stuff as well, like Hyper-V, AD, etc.)). I like a good puzzle sort of speak
More info is to be found on www.tenict.nl (in Dutch). If you’re interested in becoming a colleague or have a project where we can be of assistance, you can always contact me using Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Well, you’ve reached the end of this page meaning you actually took an interest in reading this page! I salute you and encourage you to write something while you’re visiting!