Welcome To My About Page!
My name is Philip Gennuso and you are visiting my website, hosted by Optimum, my Internet provider. This site is entirely designed and coded by me. You might say I am the chief cook and bottle washer! Occasionally I hope to post some useful tips regarding website building and design.
This site includes diverse content, software, art, games, mazes, some blogging. I decided that rather than create separate sites and blogs for different areas of interest, I might put everything I wanted to do and develop, neatly organized, in one place.
I hope you find this interesting and rewarding!
I have worked in a number of fields, retailing, sales, programming and IT in general (my major career area), as a book dealer, as an art dealer, an aspiring digital artist, you might say I have varied interests, that is for sure, and always like trying new activities! My academic background is in Literature and Computer Science. Currently I am mostly concentrating in software and digital art, and am looking forward to returning, professionally, to IT.
I live in the beautiful village of Suffern, New York, right in the SouthWestern corner of Rockland County. It is a lovely little village, with a great library, interesting street fairs, a farmer's market, community churches, and just generally very nice people. I live in a townhouse in the village and served on the Board of Directors for a number of years, which was quite an interesting experience.
My complex was built back in the 1970's (I moved here around 2001), when land was still fairly inexpensive, and so I have a nice green courtyard looking out my front door, and a small wooded area looking out my patio door. The sun sets over the mountains through my rear door, so it is quite a beautiful landscape.
Comments and suggestions are always welcome.
Best regards, Phil Gennuso
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