Chris Henley is a fun and energetic representative of Microsoft. He works on the Developer Platform Evangelist team at Microsoft as an IT Professional Evangelist in the western region and is the co-author of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Administration Instant Reference from Sybex press. Chris is a regular speaker and presenter at user groups, Technet events, and major conferences around the US.
He has extensive experience in the world of computer networks. He is passionate about the way that technology helps people. He has an entertaining and insightful style of communicating technical information and of making difficult concepts easy to understand. He is an expert in server architecture and network design. He loves to push the envelope of what we think about computers, and what software can do. Chris spends his spare time playing XBOX360 with his wife and kids, fly fishing, camping, hiking, and searching for the best chocolate cake on planet earth.
I live in Utah. The home of chemical weapons testing. Nuclear fallout. The present home of the "New Area 51" Generally speaking if the US government says it didn't happen or doesn't exist; it didn't happen or doesn't exist here. There is a reason the first artificial heart came from Utah. There is something in the water, and air, and soil here that just makes it feel different.
I am not a conspiracy theorist. I am a realist.
I have lived for a lot of years with the knowledge that government and industry are moving forward in developing and evolving technologies at a much faster rate than current disclosure mechanisms allow for the dissemination of that new knowledge.
In many cases what is often considered conspiracy is publicly available information that has simply not been highlighted in the main stream media. Take Multiverse for instance. The research has been done, and the patent applications have been filed. This technology is likely already in use inside key installations and organizations to increase their security. It is a significant discovery, yet, has gone almost completely unnoticed because the media simply doesn't understand how to report it.
Last night I watched the Pilot of Fox's new show on this topic "Fringe." I was entertained! I will certainly watch the show in the future. The premise of the existence of corporations that are quietly changing the world while we comfortable sit in our homes watching TV has a beautiful irony to it. The only thing I don't like about the show is the establishment of "The Pattern." It suggests that there is one diabolical force in this instance employing the technologies and powers for evil in the world. This line of thinking makes a much easier story to tell, and it fits really nicely into a 60 minute time slot, but it just isn't reality. I will still watch the show! I hope you do too. The Pilot is available in streaming HD on the Fox website.