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Hello, I am Daniel Mullarkey discusses. I am the businessman, laborer, and hobbyist behind Technotalus LLC, a home-based business that conducts for-profit e-commerce activities as part of the Applied Computer Science industry. I am part of a scientific and civil libertarian culture. I do Applied Computer Science research and developments. My work philosophy is that the principle in which multiple approaches to reach the same goal often exists is a natural fact of life. On the hand, some approaches may be more or less desirable than other approaches. I have an A.A.S. in Computer Information Systems from Camden County College, a B.S. in Technical Management from DeVry University, a Computer Programming certificate from The Cittone Institute, and a Computer and Network Support Technician certificate from Lincoln Technical Institute. I am a pre-Black Belt (4th GUP) at the J. Kim Institute of Tae Kwon Do. As far as friendship goes, trust and camaraderie are of the highest importance to me. For exercise and recreation, I enjoy being outside, walking, bicycling, and martial arts. As far as food and dining out goes, I enjoy Chinese food, pizza, fried chicken, buffalo wings, shrimp, and more. For leisure and as a hobbyist, I am an aficionado of various music, video, and video game based entertainment, as well as various computer and Internet activities. My career in Applied Computer Science also serves as a hobby for me.

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