Peter Lux

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I can't remember how I met Peter Lux.

But I do remember the first time we hired him, to be the "man in the field" for the nascent Vacancy Information Service that we were running at Okeedokee. One of the things we were responsible for was getting high-speed Internet access in all of the Visitor Information Centres across the province; in those days "high speed" meant ISDN, and Island Tel was the only provider of this. So Peter spent a tenacious (and no doubt often frustrating) summer badgering Island Tel technicians about ISDN service in places like Portage and Brackley.

Peter went on to other great projects after that, many of them at the nexus of health and technology.

Recently he's hung out his shingle as a freelance programmer and web designer.