Mickey Panayiotakis is the managing partner and technical director for Infamia with 17 years of experience in the Internet backbone industry. He has worked for a variety of nonprofit and private sector organizations since 1995, with a commitment to process-driven management. He is an experienced leader of development and design teams with a unique capacity to translate client requirements into technical documentation and provide integral insights to clients throughout a project lifecycle.
Meet Mickey Panayiotakis
Tech in Ten Host
Fun Facts About Mickey
Greece, US, Japan, Canada, Costa Rica, Belize, … I Think that's it?
Most Proud Of:
Egad. I'm not very proud. Vain, maybe, but not proud. I don't really think in "proud/not-proud."
Winter: outdoor tech wireless helmet audio. Snow+Audio=fun++ Summer: NOAA raster and ENC charts, MacENC chartplotter, MX Mariner.
Best Childhood Memory:
Waiting for the bus with my grandmother.
Superconductors, but who can?
How to get him/her on a date:
Add snow. If summer, add water.
The Most Unusual Thing In Your Office:
Probably a sextant.
What Most People Don't Know About Me:
I once sold home-made donuts at a Grateful Dead concert. Or maybe it was store-bought cherries.
Technology does cut two ways: it facilitates a weird and sometimes useful intimacy, sure, but it also teaches us to conflate a curated identity with a real one, and, moreover, to work on perfecting our systems of curating rather than our actual selves.