"James L. Pine's favorite place to be is in the middle of
nowhere. But unlike his twin sister, who put her love of the
outdoors first and works as a mountaineering guide, James chose to
write code and is currently a programmer at VA Linux."
"He has more swag from Boy Scouts though than from free software
and considering that he has and continues to program part time for
Copyleft, that means he has a lot of Scout stuff. Despite its
majority status though, the Scout shirts stay in the closet while
the cap with the big red C gets the most wear. That hat is old
school Copyleft. He alternates it with the second version of the
geek hat and the first sample of the PHP one."
"It's a habit that demonstrates more than the fact that he's
placed the woods second, albeit a close one, to coding. Those hats
aren't just emblems from the Open Source/Free Software movement, he
favors them because they are 'original' merchandise, they are from
the beginning, 'from before there was even a real product
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