Yes, I have a web page. Why does everyone seem to find that fact so amusing?
This is not the Tom Strong that you're looking for? Then try my list of other Tom Strongs on the internet.
What do I do?
I was/am a grad student studying Production Technology and Management
in the School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon. I finished the coursework
in 2012, the thesis completion date is still TBD.
In my spare time
In my spare time I am the Section 66 Scouting and
Youth Services Chairman for Alpha Phi Omega, I
am a member of the Board of Trustees of the Alpha Phi Omega, Kappa
Chapter Foundation, I "fix things" for Hundred Acres Manor, I'm
the Lackawanna District Advancement Chairman with the Boy Scouts, I occasionally help out with AB Tech at CMU and from time to time
I help out as a member of the Carnegie
Mellon Admissions Council. I've probably left a few things out,
if I remember them I'll add them.
I also maintain a few web sites
Where did I go to school? What did I study?
I spent my high school years at Bethel
Park High School and then moved on from there to studying physics
and engineering at CCAC. After two
years there I transferred to Carnegie
Mellon where I studied physics, computer science, and mathematics, and then I went on to
study education in
graduate school at Duquesne. Now I
working on my thesis for an MFA in Carnegie Mellon's School of
Well, the "tomstrong" part should be pretty self-explanitory. As for
why ".org" and not ".com" or something in ".name", the latter didn't
exist when I registered the domain and the former just didn't seem
right for what at the time was a personal page. Shortly afterward I
tried to go back and get the .com version but a domain squatter beat
me to it. I'd like to have it, but not enough to pay their $1300
I also have pages on
and a few other
places. Those are my only accounts on those sites. If you see my
name on another one it's not me despite what it claims.
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