I’m Khürt Williams. I am a husband, father, information security professional, former autodidact web developer, avid amateur photographer, geek. I’ve lived/studied/worked in St. Vincent, Bequia, Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua, New York City, Atlanta, Ann Arbor and Mercer County and Somerset County, New Jersey.
Island in the Net has been in existence in one form or another since 2001, but my journey as a consistent blogger started with the purchase of the islandinthenet.com domain in 2003 to share my incoherent and random thoughts and rants about technology and photography geekery, coffee, craft ales, diabetes, and life. You’re welcome to subscribe to or consume the site in any manner or on any platform you prefer, including RSS.
For a longer version of this introduction, please visit the about page.
There is an obscure word, nemophilist, that refers to someone with love for forests, woods, or woodland scenery and who often visits them. That’s me. I just love being in the outdoors, listening to the sounds of nature – birds, running water, the wind in the trees. For me, it’s a form of therapy, a break from the worries of the world.
What am I doing now?