Muschamp Rd

Making the Internet better since 1995

My name is Andrew Muschamp Mckay, I've been building web applications and websites since 1995. After graduating from UVIC Computer Science, while working as a software developer coding away in Objective-C and Java, I registered this regrettably hard to spell and pronounce domain. During my MBA, before studying abroad in China at Tsinghua (清华大学) University, I installed WordPress so my homepage blossomed into a blog. Now I've written too much about my family, hobbies, and interests, however for personal branding and self marketing, I need to draw more attention to my expertise. Below are some social media feeds displayed automagically using JavaScript and PHP which you may find illuminating.

Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of other's opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.Steve Jobs
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RT @fuldog: ' drink a lot...' "Taylor": 30 y.o., a drone operator for a decade, never been deployed outside of the USA.…
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RT @ruima: Newest wechat app update has hidden new function for receiving merchant discounts & maybe loyalty cards?
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RT @neiltyson: December 20, 1975: 17 years old, I visited Carl Sagan at Cornell University. His Appt. Book that day.
End of Year Blog Maintenance
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Top 10 CFA Level 1 Flashcards
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