On The Web, You Can’t Escape Your Past

April 4, 2007

So, I was playing around with ZoomInfo, and I found a link to a profile of me that was put up when I worked for a cool Web 1.0 startup called Newmediary.com. Here’s the Profile in its entirety:

John “Puff Daddy” Potter happily works at Newmediary.com as a Software Engineer. He often strides in well before dawn and goes right to work, then waits for hours until someone else makes the coffee.

A recent haircut has restored John’s boyish charm, which faded during his recent years at Community NewsDealers Inc., a division of The Boston Globe, where he worked as a Programmer / Analyst.

He is the co-author of this year’s groundbreaking book, HTML User’s Interactive Workbook, with Newmediary colleague Alayna Cohn. The book is skyrocketing up the Amazon charts … why not give it a nudge.

All time not spent in his cube is occupied with attempting to turn the mud patch around his house into a lawn.

And, here’s the ZoomInfo link.

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2 Responses to “On The Web, You Can’t Escape Your Past”

  1. John Roberts Says:

    So… gotten a new haircut recently? Is that boyish charm restored once more? đŸ˜‰

  2. John Says:

    I think I am well past that point, now.


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