Rich Gibson is a Perl/Database programmer in Santa Rosa. He has worked
professionally with computers since 1982 when he created Public Utility
Rate Case Models in SuperCalc on an Osborne II. While the technology has
changed, his fascination with using finger muscle power to control
electrical impulses has not.
His current fascination is creating tools to aid in the acquistion,
management, and presentation of information with a geographic component.
He is currently converting an old golf cart into a mobile geo annoation
He is active with the NoCat Community Network in Sebastopol, California.
In his free time he dives for Abalone and Halibut and tries to keep up
with his wife and three explosively active kids.
"The Google Maps has wowed users with its groundbreaking user interface and its great speed. Just as phenomenal is the emergence of large number of hacks that built on top of the Google maps platform. The O'Reilly's Google Maps Hacks cover the platform and many of these wonderful projects."
--Tun Wai Yip, BayPIGgies (Bay Area Python Interest Group)