Kristin Wenzel is a former barista, part time model, full time computer geek girl and lifelong artist living in Seattle, WA with her boyfriend, Ian Adams, his cat Postmaster P, her best friend Erik and and their many computers and computer parts, and nearly every console game system ever released in the US. Her loves in life are art, music, technology and though she is taking a much needed break from higher education, she is planning on returning to university when she decides on a discipline in which to focus her studies. Kristin is a fan of Apple Computers and uses a Macintosh Powerbook G4 1.5GHz notebook computer with 1.5GB SDRAM running Mac OS X v10.4.4, and is looking to build a new PC soon and transform her old one into a server.
After graduating from Lake Washington High School in 2000 with honors in Japanese, Music and Art, Kristin attended Western Washington University, but took time off in 2002 to study Japanese at The Yamasa Institute in Okazaki, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Previous to taking an academic hiatus in Spring 2004, she studied Network Administration and Web Development at Everett Community College.
In her spare time, Kristin enjoys watching Jackie Chan movies, travel, photography, drawing, and music. After four years of spinning industrial and electronica at parties at clubs, Kristin now lends her vocal talent to Foreign Policy, a local synthpop/industrial band.
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Heck, I'd order them even at $17.99 each, if I had a house instead of an apartment! :D What a great way to differentiate your house from others; "So you take a right on Deadman's Drive, a left on Batman Lane, and it's the third house on the left with BIG GLOWING NUMBERS!"
(also, it would be awesome to live on "Batman Lane" or "Deadman's Drive")
Sweet. That's awesome - I'm very clumsy (duh, obviously, since I spilled wine in my freakin' powerbook) and need my tech to be as high-impact (literally, not like fruity "high impact" art school crap) as possible ;)