Most of my working life has been spent at Intel, with the exception of two summers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and some high-school fun at Albertsons as a grocery bagger. I worked during the summers at Intel starting in 1991, and joined more or less full-time in 1995. I am currently on the research staff at Intel's Strategic CAD Labs. Intel is a good fit for me, as I'm fascinated by microprocessors and the problems associated with designing them. I've been involved to different degrees with several processor design projects, including the i960, P6 (PentiumPro), Merced (Itanium), and Willamette (Pentium 4).
I was married to Debbie Shelton, from Salt Lake City, for almost seven years. She died in 1998, 16 months after a double-lung transplant. I was a registered organ donor before I ever met Debbie, and even with Debbie's somewhat-unsuccessful experience, I am a strong advocate for organ donation. I encourage you to thoughtfully consider becoming an organ donor yourself. Just the decision is not enough - you must share this information with those close to you and have it registered officially if possible. In the United States, this decision can be recorded on your driver license.
I am now married to Dina Newell, originally from Minneapolis. We have four children, including a recent set of twins. I don't seem to have a lot of spare time, but when I find a little, I like to play the piano, read, mountain bike (until it was stolen last summer!), and take photographs.