Cobbler Children's Shoes

Not doing much updating lately. I'm too busy.

Got something to tell me?  Comment below - this place needs the cobwebs blown off.


  • 16th Century German Purse - Brass, Steel, Leather
  • SLAC Skunkworks
  • Thursday night Pathfinder (D&D) - Silicon Valley Nerds playing D&D, big surprise - right?
  • West/An Tir War Autocrat Team: Web and Digital
  • HTML5 Conference in May - Volunteer
  • NLIT Conference in June - Presenting
  • Trying to get tools together for Metalwork - it's more expensive than gaming!
  • A fancy leather project for Bonnie Rhoades
  • Kids coming in June - I'll probably disappear from Socially-kinds of stuff for a week.


I'll help you blow those cobwebs off.  Just wanted to say we love and miss you guys like crazy.  Love seeing what you are up to on FB.  We are so proud of you & Ashley, two incredibly talented and hard-working individuals.  I'm glad you are finally achieving some recognition for your mad skills.. I know you will have a blast when the kids get there- enjoy it enough for me as well, I need a vacation.  

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The man behind the curtain

Vincent is above all things, a dad. Time that is not spent learning what it is to be a dad and enjoying that journey is spent immersed in the ever evolving realm of all things digital.  He likes to tinker with anything electronic. Often that means making his android phone do complex, but silly things.  He likes to experiment with new languages and stays current on new development strategies and methods. His life is often consumed with being a middling squire and apprentice Armorer