A Little About Myself:
I’m a thirtysomething blogger/writer who resides in the great state of New York. While I currently work in the criminal justice field, my passion has always been for technology and writing, and I’ve been regularly developing and using content management systems (CMS) for over ten years. I guess it should come as no surprise then that I hold college degrees in both criminal justice and computer science.
Originally I started this blog in 2006 under the belief that I’d be attending law school to become an attorney, and I wanted to keep a journal that would chronicle my experiences as I began my journey into the legal profession. It’s one of the reasons why I blog under the pen name “Lincoln Adams,” (although that name also holds other sentimental meaning to me.) Life put me on a different course however, and from there my blogging took on a meandering range of topics, from complaining about the quality of dating sites, to writing about politics, Christianity, my job, and whatever else tickled my fancy.
Once I purchased a GPS unit though and began exploring the sport of geocaching, mobile technology and the growing field of geolocation-based applications, a whole new world opened up to me. I had finally discovered a niche that bridged all my favorite passions together, and since then my blog has taken on an entirely different focus.
While my blog is still about me, it has become more about my experiences in exploring the world and exploring the past, visiting the places that geocaching takes me to, and writing about it all, (though names, places and events may be changed in part to preserve the privacy of this blog, and those I know in real life.)
Now, the focus will be on the journey, rather than the destination. :-)