Current User Group Coordinators: 

Kurt Shintaku

Kurt Shintaku is a Sr. Systems Engineer with the Microsoft Corporation.  He has worked in Southern California as a Core Operating Systems Product Specialist for Microsoft for over 5 years and has been a regular speaker at both Microsoft Technet Seminars as well as a frequent technical informational conduit for entertainment industries customers in the Century City/Beverly Hills/Burbank areas interested in Windows NT/2000/CE operating systems.

Formerly with the Hewlett Packard Company for 6 years, & Visa International for 3 years, Kurt has had more experience in the field of computers than he cares to recollect in his short life.  He secretly hopes that all this geekiness will somehow result in him hooking up with Jessica Alba someday.

Kurt is a Computer Science & Engineering graduate of UCLA's School of Engineering, and a diehard UCLA Bruin fan.  He is also the sponsor for the Los Angeles Windows Media Users Group.  Fanatical USC Trojans, irrational Palm/Handspring salespeople, and Novell NetWare advocates need not apply.


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Chris Peck

Chris Peck is the Director of Information Technologies at Propaganda Films, producers of such motion pictures as 'Seven', 'The Game', 'Being John Malkovich', and most every music video you've seen on MTV or VH1.

Formerly the IS Manager at a major communications & networking hardware company, he is an experienced administrator as well as manager with over 15 years of experience in the MIS field and an avid advocate of the Pocket PC platform.

He believes in Compaq hardware, good Mexican food, Cisco switches, kick-ass high-speed DSL, and KROQ 106.7 music.


Ted Lo

Ted Lo is the Manager of Information Systems for the Southern California branch of Westcom, a division of Herman Miller, the well-known corporate interior design firm most notably known for their "Aeron" chair which thousands of corporate customers have paid as much as $1200 for each award-winning chair.

Ted knows a diverse number of technologies due to the nature of his organization spanning from Windows NT/2000 to Lotus Notes R/5 to Novell Netware to Macintosh to Cisco Routers.

He owns a older Casio Cassiopeia Handheld PC, a Casio Cassiopeia E-105, and a Casio Cassiopeia E-115, a Casio watch, and a Casio calculator.  Heck, if Casio produces a freakin' timesharing mainframe, he'll probably end up buying one of those too.  Ted has been a long time supporter of Pocket PC technologies.

Last edited Friday, February 02, 2001