David Miller

I used to love keeping up with the latest technology just to see what was out there. I owned as much of it as I could afford. Now I am not so interested in the latest technology for its own sake. I am more interested in what we can do to improve our lives with technology. I am also interested in looking at what we used to have that we may have lost because of our focus on fixing things with technology.

My writings here focus on my life, my philosophy, and technology issues:


I will begin by giving a little background on myself. I was raised for most of my life in Woods Cross, Utah just north of Salt Lake City. Before that I lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I am the second of four boys and have always been close friends with my three brothers. I graduated High School in 1995.

After high school I went to school at Brigham Young University with a break to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in St. Louis Missouri. I was lucky enough to be there when the temple there was dedicated in 1997. I then transferred to Utah State University where I got my BS degree in Computer Science and an MS in Instructional Technology.

All of my hobbies seem to center around two types of activities: problem solving and communication. That is what led to my interest in the internet and other related technologies and got me looking for ways to use them to bring people together.