Joe Rivera is currently serving in the US Army's Signal Corps as a Network Administrator stationed in Fort Hood, Texas. Before joining the service, he was the founder of a small computer company in Puerto Rico called Password. He's worked as a Network Administrator in universities, high schools, middle schools, and small companies.
Joe has been using Macs since 1986. His current setup is a PowerBook G4/667 DVI, a 1.42 GHz Mac mini, a Power Mac 6500/250, a Performa 630, a Mac Plus, and a Newton MessagePad 120. Joe has a few more Macs, but they don't get used unless he want to experiment with them.
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