Hi, I’m Ray. I live in Arlington, MA with my wife and our two cats. You can often find Ruth and I out on the streets running, but Felix and Phoebe stay inside.
I am the author of some books on running and the editor of a benefit anthology for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. All books are available in paper or in reasonably-priced ebook editions. Click on the links or the images to your right for more info.
My stories and articles have appeared in both national dead-tree publications and landfill-saving electronic formats. A lot of the stories are about running, but there’s some other stuff too.
For even more info, visit my home page at www.y42k.com.
This is my computer support business. Need help? Just ask. We can work something out.
Some days, “Y42K?” asks the question “Why run a marathon?” (For you non-runners, a marathon is 26.2 miles or 42 kilometers.) On better days, it asks “Why stop there?”
It’s also a play on Y2K (I was choosing a domain name back in 1999), and it’s sort of Shakespearian-sounding, so I though it was a good choice. That lets you know the level of humor to look forward to when reading this blog.
Most of my blog posts have something to do with running, though every once in a while I have something to say about other topics. Actually, my most popular post (by far) was about modifying the Kindle. I’ll also keep you up to date about any other projects I’ve got going. Subscribe to my RSS feed, click on the “Follow blog via email” button to your right, or follow me on Twitter or Google+ to automatically see new posts.
If you follow me on Facebook you’ll get blog posts, plus a host of day-to-day trivia. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
Thanks for reading,