Which Sean Puckett am I?
Are you looking for a Sean Puckett? Or even a Sean Michael Puckett? Are you sure you've got the right one? This might help you find out for sure. A lot of the phrases on this page are Google bait -- if you search for one of these terms, you'll find me sooner or later.
- I was born 1966 in Charleston, South Carolina, to Mary Ellen Gilbert and John Michael Puckett.
- After a bit of shuffling around, I lived in Westfield Massachusetts and Montgomery Massachusetts until 1976. I lived on Linden Avenue in Westfield, then on Pine Ridge Road in Mongomery. I went to Abner Gibbs elementary school, and then Russell Middle School.
- We moved to South Florida, first Goulds Florida then Homestead Florida, where I attended Sacred Heart Catholic School (private) for 7th and 8th grades. My parents were not particularly religious, but I were scarred by the terrible school in Goulds and didn't want to risk public schools again until I was older.
- I hung around in the Radio Shack on US 1 a lot, playing with the TRS-80s. I also got my first experience with an Apple II.
- Around this time my parents got divorced, and my mother started working for Hale & Jones insurance agency on Krome Avenue in Homestead. My father moved to Atlanta, Georgia.
- I went to Homestead Senior High School, and graduated in 1984. I had a number of friends, including Chris Winchester, Pablo Ruiz, Michael Simpson, Kelly Luttrel, Megan Kelley, Martina Nielsen, Kendall Peterson, and other folks I can't quite remember even with the help of classmates.com.
- I did not go to college.
- I started working after school for American Bankers Insurance Group under the mentorship of a very nice fellow named Lawrence Parets. I did a lot of dBASE II programming for various groups in the company. I also, for three days, stuffed envelopes.
- I then moved away from home and worked for Russ Wetmore at Star Systems Software in Casselberry Florida (near Orlando) for a while, until he was screwed over by Batteries Included. I worked with the Action! language for a while, on the Atari, C64, and C128, using custom runtime code we created.
- I then moved back home and screwed up several menial jobs until I got employed by Thoughtware in Coconut Grove Florida, to create greeting card software such as CardWare, Partyware, AwardWare and under license from American Greetings, Ziggy and The Popples.
Less detail below this line, just reminders to self to continue when not so bored of reliving the past...
- Joan Ziegler. Hank Kaplan. High Tech Expressions.
- Jeff Jones.
- PrintPower Pro. Codesmiths, Inc.
- Loreli BBS. James Jacoby (galador). Rocco Caputo (troc). Noelle Whitney (tisha). Terri Bramble (flamingo).
- Robert Chinick. American Data Technology.
- Coconut Code, Inc. Jim Rascoe. Rusty Patterson.
- Mike Buffington. Casi-Rusco.
- HotOffice Technologies. Marco Chacon. Thomas Davis.
- Outr.Net. Joe Mather. Kim Spitznagel.
This will do for now... more items, and more detail, and links, to come.