The inevitable details about [emps]
The Wanderer is Philippe Wittenbergh, image poet, wanderer, web designer, image creator. He is currently living in the eastern part of the world, timezones ahead of most people, surrounded by tea fields, a cat, a partner and some more.
More details might show up one day. Did I mention he loves Jazz, avantguarde music and books? Fine wine and some beers should not be forgotten.
Some claims to fame: [ Images ]: poetic introspections. A book has been written, but not published. When otherwise not busy, he also contributes to a number of open-source projects (such as the Camino browser). And on some past, more pervert days, he maintained the IE Mac bugs and oddities pages.
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