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I am a science fiction and anime fan, avid audiobook listener, and all around nice guy.  My name, TeknoKai, is derived from a contraction of Technology or Technological into “Tekno” and the Japanese word for change, “Kai”.  I came up with this name many years ago when I was a full time computer programmer (before I became an IT Manager and Consultant), and I really liked it because it was my personal way of saying “Hey!  I am at the forefront of Technological Change!  Things are happening, the world is growing, and I’m going to be right there with it!”   I always thought it was a cool name, and it stuck.  Nowadays I am “TeknoKai” to almost everyone on the internet – from Twitter to Facebook to Google + to LinkedIn.  I’m only “Terry” when I’m at home and in this reality.  But you can call me either.  I promise, I’ll answer to both.  *Grin*  Thanks for checking out my blog.  This is where I will pontificate on the philosophical questions that catch my attention, and maybe once in a while do a book, TV show, or movie review.  I tend to do book reviews because I like inflating the egos of the authors I follow regularly – Hey, somebody has to show them some love!  So now you’ve been warned.  Expect the unexpected and keep an open mind.  I may not post all the time, but when I do, it’ll be fun.  Hope to see you here when I do!


~May you find Harmony


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  1. scottishmomus / Aug 30 2013 2:13 pm

    You sound like a lovely person. Hope to get to know you better.x

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