Rob Bohn has been working with websites since the mid-90's,
starting with HTML, NCSA Mosaic, and the O'Reilly webserver.
He's since then progressed past those old school ways and
He's been using the natural-media art program Painter since version 2 (now on version X.1).
This program allows you to do design on a computer as if using
actual brushes with bristles and watercolors or oil paints,
chalk, pencils, inkpens, etc. but also acts much like PhotoShop.
He still has the original Kai's Power Tools.
Rob has unfortunately been using computers since the mid-70's,
and still remembers having only 8K of RAM (that's 8192 bytes - not KB or MB or GB).
He started programming in hex and assembler, but also remembers languages like PIRATE
(Purdue Interactive Remote Access Terminal Environment) and PolyMorphic Systems BASIC.
not really related experience
Rob has been rally-racing since the early 80's -
rallying is high-speed racing of real cars on real roads, often at night,
on bad roads such as gravel/snow/ice/mud/etc. all throughout the U.S. and Canada.
See more on Rob's personal website at fyrhstrm.com
see more on the rallying series website rally-america.com