Guest Blog Entry: Introducing Jay Lee

Greetings, my fellow Houstonians!

My name is Jay Lee and I have been invited to participate in Houston Metblogs by my good friend Katie.

For my first post I would like to introduce myself.

I am an IT specialist for a large software company that is headquartered in San Jose. I work in the Houston office which serves as the work space for several hundred employees.
But that’s just my day job.

My extracurricular activities include playing guitar for the The Flying fish Sailors, hosting a radio show called Technology Bytes, writing the Helpline column that appears each Tuesday in the business section of the Houston Chronicle and the Helpline Blog which I try to update daily Monday through Friday.

I also document some of my more mundane activities at my blog, The Bald Heretic. I am in the process of updating the gallery there as I use it to showcase some of my photography. It’s a little bare right now after a crash but I should have it back up to speed soon.

Ok, so there is my totally self serving introduction. I feel like I just posted to a dating site or something.

I hope to be able to contribute something of value to Houston Metblogs and will endeavor to post semi-regularly. If you want to reach me you can do so via my email which is baldheretic at gmail dot com.

[Posted by BeingKatie on Jay’s behalf.]

2 Comments so far

  1. katya (unregistered) on October 3rd, 2005 @ 2:27 pm

    Welcome Jay – we’re excited to have you on the Metblog!


  2. Noe Ital (unregistered) on October 9th, 2005 @ 11:11 pm

    Jay, I’m so happy to see you are going to be contributing your computer knowledge to this blog.
    I know you are a busy man, but I have this computer problem that I hope you can provide an answer for. I am running Windows 95 and I don’t understand why my computer is so slow to boot. when it does boot, it doesn’t want to run the programs. Should I upgrade?



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