Bio

My name is Brian Hill and I’m a published technical author, instructor, musician, artist, and all-around geek. I live and work in Silicon Valley, creating an awesome Digital Tutor for a growing, DARPA-funded company.

On the IT side, I’ve done just about everything, from basic PC repair to building and supporting world-class data centers. If you want a full debreif, check out a sanitized version of my resume.

On the artistic side, I began drawing and painting at a very early age, and have been playing drums off and on since I was a young boy. I also dabble in several other instruments, and have some skill in recording and arranging music. You can get to some of my music at Youtube, last.fm and soundclick.

My other major passions at present are science, fitness, and cars, not necessarily in that order.  I’ve been involved with hopped up cars, thanks to my dad, since I was a small boy. In fact, I probably knew what a 6-71 blower was while still in kindergarten (I’ve probably got drawings of blown rail dragsters from that era, anyhow). At this point, I’ve been the owner of a number of different cars, including a turbo Eclipse, C5 Corvette and 03 Cobra (which I wrote the FAQ for).

On fitness and science, I have no formal background, but am a voracious reader and have a keen bullshit detector, so I’ve managed to mostly find what works effectively. I also have a highly analytical mind and a strong interest in physics and technology, so I absorb as much of the accessible literature on topics such as quantum mechanics and nanotech as I have free time for.

Please feel free to send me any comments or questions at runningones@gmail.com

  1. #1 by Piotrzuylansky on May 15, 2014 - 6:20 am

    Hello Brian Hill,

    Just dropped by from your about.me profile.
    Read your bio and checked your blog. All very cool.
    Keep up the good work.

    Greetings from Scandinavia

    Piotrzuylansky

    P.S. Have a great day.

    • #2 by Brian Hill on May 15, 2014 - 10:36 am

      Thanks Piotrzuylansky. Excellent photography, BTW.

      Cheers,

      Brian

  2. #3 by Jeff on July 2, 2014 - 3:05 pm

    Hi Bill,
    I went on trt and quickly changed to daily subq injects of 20mg exactly like what your doing. Do you have any E2 issues? Do you have a stable hematocrit or does it go up? Do you uses dhea or hcg?
    Right now im just on the T cyp. Im only a couple of days into the daily injections and already feel better. i was on 100mg every 5 days and it was a roller coaster ride.

    • #4 by Brian Hill on July 3, 2014 - 10:38 am

      Hi Jeff. Good to hear you are feeling better. My bloodcount was a bit high this last checkup, so I had to donate some blood, but other than that I’ve had no issues. I am not on anything except Test Cyp, as my urologist will not prescribe HCG.

      Best of luck,

      Brian

  3. #5 by Jeff on July 4, 2014 - 9:20 am

    I have to apologize for calling you Bill, bro im so sorry . I have a friend here in texas whos name is BILL HIll, its one of those freudian slips.
    I also went to donate blood, i donated the double reds which i will never do again. Thank you for having the courage to create a site like this. WHat you posted here on your site helped me. SO just know that you really did help one person. For one, to know im not alone and to also know im not crazy for doing daily shots. i have been on all the boards “all things male’ and many others. to much conflicting information. I am also a network guy so its nice to find some commonalities. Bill, thank you and please continue your work on such a motivating site. Take care Brother

    Jeff

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