Who is Majik Bear?

If you’re reading this it’s likely that you received an email from me and, out of curiosity, browsed to this domain to see what it’s all about.

My name really is Majik (pronounced however you like) Bear. And this really is my domain.

That’s a picture of me to the left enjoying a sunny day on the beach.

I have worked in information technology in various capacities for most of my adult life. From customer support to technical support, to leading teams of phone and email agents, to writing training documentation, training support staff and managing interdepartmental projects, the scope of my experience in the field is vast.

I am a voracious consumer of news of all types. I spend much of my free time reading news feeds on the topics of technology, science, cars and events around the world.

I have a particular interest in mobile technology, hardware and software. Especially as they are used for communication. Over the years I have owned dozens of cell phones, smart phones, tablets, laptops, Chromebooks, netbooks and so many other portable devices. From my first A&T brick phone to the latest iPhone and Nexus (or is it Pixel now?) smartphone, I love to experience, use, customize and tweak hardware and software.

The list of operating systems I can use on a functional level is quite long, starting with: Windows (every version from 1.0 to 10, or whatever is the current version today), OS X and Linux. Then there are the mobile operating systems: iOS, Android and Windows phone. Then we move on to the more obscure ones: AmigaOS, Workbench, RTOS, Plan9, GeOS, Sailfish, FirefoxOS, Atari TOS, MiNT, FreeDOS, System 7, Solaris, NEXTStep, BeOS, OS/2, Tizen, DESQView, MorphOS and on goes the list.

I am fascinated by operating systems, the tools that maintain them and virtual machines that allow me to run more than one of them at once. VMWare, VirtualBox, Parallels and so on.

If you would like a copy of my resume, please contact me using one of the methods below.

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