Nathan Peretic

Nathan Peretic is co-founder of Full Stop, a web design and development shop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He wrangles HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and unsuspecting users by day and dreams of making use of his liberal arts degree by night. His objects of undying affection include Winston Churchill, Marshall McLuhan, United Pixelworkers, and the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Myers-Briggs test (correctly) declares him to be off-the-charts INTJ. He blogs here and tweets there.

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