Michael Craven – Computer Guru
I have been working with computers since the age of 8. I am an original Apple Wiz-Kid. I started programming computers with an Atari 2600 Game System and Programming module. After quickly reaching the limitations of that, I proceeded onto an Apple ][+ which I quickly tore apart at the age of 8 to see how it worked. After a few years of programming and wearing out the system from hardware modifications, I moved on to an Apple ][e. Spending time in between dabbling with programming on a Commodore-64. A few years later I moved on to the Amiga. I owned several of them from the Amiga 1000 to the Amiga 3000. Shortly thereafter I was acquainted with my first IBM compatible PC and have owned, worked with, programmed, and modified everything from a 286 running MS-DOS to the latest and greatest! At 14 I started helping my older brother’s friends with their College computer homework and setting up computers and networks for business friends of my father’s. I turned that into a Computer Consulting Business called P.C. 911, which I still run to this day.