is a computer scientist, invesmtent analyst, entrepeneur, and amateur
philosopher. Only his parents call him "William", and only when
he is in trouble. He has lived and worked as a business consultant
and software architect in several US states, Australia, New Zealand,
England, and Denmark in the communications, energy, and financial
industries, but unfortunately always on dry land (although he did
live on a tiny island in the Pacific for several years).
has been interested in living and working under the sea and in space
since he was able to talk. His saddest childhood memory was
watching Capt. Nemo die and the subsequent sinking of the Nautilus.
"That's what you get for surfacing" was all Bill could think, and
stayed under water every chance he got from that point forward.
Bill joined the League of the New Worlds in May, 2008, he began focusing
on the economic factors and tasks surrounding the Atlantica Expeditions,
and developing the first permanent undersea colony economic philosophy,
dubbed "Aquanomics" which he intends to develop into a PhD thesis
and a line of greeting cards. He is not yet SCUABA certified,
believing that cultivating his own frustration at his current inability
to walk to his home under the sea and arrive dry at 1 atmosphere will
enhance his effectiveness in helping facilitate the development of
such living spaces.
is 44 years old and can't wait to see what he's going to do when he
grows up (in addition to being Aquatica's first Systems Humorist in
the Aquanomics Division).