So wow I guess I am the featured user again. I believe this is the second time. It has been a while since I put a new journal post out here so I figured I would write a little something about how I became part of the RT and AH community.
Back in 2006 I started watching RvB week by week (it was something that would get me through my college classes). I really enjoyed them plus all of the other videos that RT was putting out so I created a profile so I could get alerts about the new videos.
As my obsession became greater and greater with achievements I was always looking for a site that would give me good tips and tricks on how to easily get different achievements. One day while I was checking up on my RvB I noticed a new sub-site called Achievement Hunter. I was instantly intrigued. As I started looking through the games that were listed I discovered a lot of games were missing from the initial list of games, and a bunch of tiles were missing as well. From there I started gathering my own list of games and tiles and I would email them to Jack or Geoff (this was before AH had its community submission option). Eventually I think they got tired of having me submit so many tiles and games they eventually asked me if I would like to become a moderator for the AH site so I could just approve all of the tiles I submit as well as the ones others submit.
Now a days I am not as visible of a moderator as some of the other guys that are making videos all the time and making front page posts for AH, but I do approve tiles, achievements, and games when I find time.
A little bit about me personally. I graduated High School in 2006. Graduated with my Bachelors degree in Computer and Network Security from DSU in 2010 and graduated with my Masters degree in Information Assurance from DSU in May of 2012. Currently I am an IT consultant and auditor for community banks around the country.
I hope this gives you a little more in site to my life and how I became part of this great community. If anyone has questions please let me know!