So my name is Rashed and I am currently 23 years old and born in a beautiful 4th world country called Bangladesh. I was about 2-3 months old when I developed pneumonia and I beat death but I ended up developing chronic asthma afterwards. I ended up moving from Bangladesh at the age of 5 to the United States and more specifically, New York City.
Now, I live in beautiful California where the Sun and people are always smiling (except in Oakland...they have an anti-smiling policy there). It's really nice to not be in a world surrounded by corporate walls and structures and actually be able to see more than 2-3 trees ever city block.
Overall, I am a nerd and mostly a computer nerd. I've owned a computer since the age of 7 and learned a few languages and etc. over time. If you search up "The ST Spot" in Google you'll find a website I made around the age of 13. It's a pretty bad website, but had a lot of the latest HTML elements in it at the time.
In 2005 I started up my own business after being in the aftermarket auto parts hobby and dabbling in the business for years called Automotive Speed. I decided that between other things that are important and the business, it kept me from enjoying my life and living it like I wanted to so I sold it.
My favorite band of all time are the Smashing Pumpkins and I still listen to their songs at least once a week and have been doing so since I first heard their song Tonight, Tonight so many years ago. My first CD was Melancholy and the Infinite Sadness, which is probably their best CD in my opinion.
If you are reading this part, that's pretty impressive you aren't completely bored because honestly I am just writing fluff and I bet a lot of it is random and incomplete. Oh well, that's a lot like a lot of situations in life - random and incomplete - I guess that's what helps make it amazing.
Wow I like Smashing Pumpkins too! Maybe we should hang out.
Thank you so much for writing the article on how to Enable File & Printer Sharing Windows/Surface RT. It was a huge help to me … I never would have figured that out. It was incredibly simple to do!
Thanks Jack! Let me know if you need help with anything else!