New Denver location!
Boulder Mac Repair is doing so well we decided to open a new Denver location, centrally located in the Santa Fe Arts district!
With over 10 years of free Macintosh tech support to everyone
who knew me (and many who didn't), it dawned on me one day,
why not do what I love for a living? Well, here I am!
I've recently returned from a 3 year jaunt through South Asia, had
a great time, studied and practiced meditation and Buddhism.
I was even fully ordained as a Theravadin Monk and lived in a monastery
for quite some time. Along the way I learned many things,
most importantly seeing the power that money and greed has
over this world. I since decided not to follow that path of
unending desire, thus enabling myself to be a much happier mindful human. I'm
not trying to get rich off of this gig, and the discount rates
I charge reflect that. I'm just trying to live a simple, joyful
My plan currently is to continue my buddihst studies, and
to work as much as possible in the Colorado Macintosh community
for the next few years. The ultimate goal being to gather up
enough money in order go to and help the land I fell in love with,
Cambodia. We're in the process of creating a non-profit organization that will
endeavor to supply medical resources, basic education and scholarships for these people who cannot do so on their own. I feel that I must do everything
I can in order to help this poverty stricken, highly admirable nation and culture. And that brings this
story to full circle, why I'm here.
We're expanding! Business has been going through the roof and now we're looking for skilled Mac people, Click here for more information.
Denver Business Journal did a great write up about our expanding business and new Denver location, check it out:
Entrepreneur travels from monk to Macs
Online Mac news site MacMost.com talked with us about our role in Colorado's local Mac business, amongst other fun stuff. Read it here: The Traveling Monk in Boulder Colorado
The Colorado Daily newspaper interviewed me about my business, philosophy and life with Macs and Monks, check out the full story ColoradoDaly.com