7 things is very popular posting relay. I’m very happy to join this by Gen Kanai was tagged me.
- Link to your original tagger(s) (see above) and list these rules in your post.
- Share seven facts about yourself in the post.
- Tag seven people at the end of your post by leaving their names and the links to their blogs.
Seven Things for me
- The reason to use Internet in first was to get examples from Wolfram Research Institute that made very good software Mathematica. Actually I majored in Geology and Physics in minor. When I studied differential equation in 1994, I found Mathematica book printed email address email@example.com to get demo files. So I wanted to get email address firstname.lastname@example.org in my college. Thanks Wolfram!
- I was a student to become Creation scientist who believe there are scientific evidences of young earth created by God. The talk.origins was the most favorite newsgroup for me and joined voting to make sci.bio.palentalogy (succeeded) and talk.catastrophism (failed). As well my first paper was published as a title of “Creation Chronology based on so-called Viewpoint Hypothesis” in senior as the youngest author in Journal of Integrated Studies in 1995.
- My first trip abroad was Dallas, Texas to present my poster paper in AAPG annual convention in 1997. I just shocked cultural difference and scale of continent. Especially I enjoyed southern style party with rock-n-roll band putting on cowboy hat in closing day. I cannot forget this memory.
- I have the first XML 0.9 specification with red covered short paper. In my first trip in US, I also attended World-wide Web Conference 1997 in Santa Babara. In small booth of Sun Microsystems, it was distributed. It’s one of memorial papers in my life and web history.
- Actually my first job for Mozilla was to contribute Mozilla 1.0 Korean version in 2002. But, the story goes way back to 1998. I was made Mozilla Korean page and let others know my job in i18n newsgroups. However, long milestone period failed to me.
- My Korean blog has 6 years old in this year. I started it to arrange my columns in Mar. 27th in 2003. Now Feedburner reader reached 9,000 counts with 1,000 articles. My articles were tagged in order of Web 2.0, Firefox, Google, Daum, Web Standards and Microsoft.
- I was the first founder Internet music broadcasting in Korea, name of Nine4u.com. (now it shut down.) It was one of top 50 Internet radios in the world by Timecast.com. It was my first job in this industry and very enjoyable time to do with my wife who majored in music composition. If you’re interested in Korean wave(Hanryu), you can refer to Pops Goes to Korea by Mark James Russell.
- Greg Stein – He is one of my respectable open source gurus and he lived in facebook now.
- Laurent Haug – Handsome, cool and passionate French guy. If you meet him, you cannot help falling into him.
- Raju Bitter – Technical architect with focus on multimedia portals and the semantic Web.
- Changwon Kim – He became buzz man by blogging first Korean acquisition of Google.
- Taewoo Danny Kim – Danny is the first full-time blogger in Korea and web 2.0 evangelist.
- Trustin Lee – He is one of the most skilled-up open source developers as a young member of Apache foundation.
- Finally I want to tag me again in Korean blog to extend to Korean bloggers.