Hi, I'm Elizabeth Fox. That's me in the 4th grade.
I live in Campbell, California, in the Silicon Valley, with my husband Pat Brundage. I went to San Francisco State where I majored in history, of all things. Before we moved here, I lived in the same apartment in San Francisco's Richmond District for 23 years, which is some kind of record.
I'm a technical writer in the Nonstop Division of HP Computing. We used to be Tandem Computers, then we were Compaq for a while. I've spent the whole time working on SQL manuals.
For the hordes of people I know are looking for me: I was "Betsy Fox" when I was growing up in Glendale, California, then "Ellen Fox" at Thomas Jefferson Elementary. We moved to Burbank, CA where I went to John Muir Junior High and Burbank High. My friends called me "Vixen Fox" in high school when my main social life was with the Los Angeles Science Fiction Society. Now I'm Elizabeth. Hi!
I've got a LiveJournal which I don't update very often, and I post picures on Flickr.
Pat and I run a dead pool known as the Dead Club.
I also seem to be an MIT lecturer, a business college instructor, an artist, a Cyber Cinema TA, a fan fiction South Park character, and historian and professor Elizabeth Fox-Genovese. She's the most famous one. I am most impressed by this one, a Cornell grad student, because I don't understand what she does.
"I work on ethylene signal transduction in tomato. I am in involved in determining presence of TCTR1 in tomato. I also work on a spontaneous mutation in tomato called epi(epinastic) characterizing this mutant's responses to ethylene."
Send me mail: crow AT well DOT com
Last updated February 6, 2007.