My name is Lee Devlin. Welcome to my personal website. The “k0lee” part of the URL is my ham radio callsign, in case you’re wondering. This site contains information related to my hobbies, ‘how to’ articles, and some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) pages for products I worked on at Hewlett-Packard.
My website started out as just a few static web pages, mostly related to ‘how to’ articles and the FAQs. I set up my blog to be my main landing page a few years ago. I gathered up nearly all of the static pages and gave them a more modern look and feel by using some CSS and PHP. As you navigate around the site, you’ll notice a format difference when you’re in a WordPress page like this one, or a static page like one of the FAQ pages.
I was born and grew up in northeastern Pennsylvania around Wilkes-Barre and graduated from Penn State with B.S. and Master’s degrees in Industrial Engineering. I also have a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from NTU. I now live in Greeley, Colorado which is about 60 miles north of Denver. I do engineering consulting work related to product design, software, mechanical and electrical hardware. If you need some engineering assistance, feel free to contact me at 970-673-7533, email, or visit my company’s website.
My work experience can be found at my LinkedIn page.
In an effort to comply with the new FTC guidelines for bloggers, you may find ads on my website for various products for which I may receive a commission. I also run Google contextual ads. I have no control over what links are shown in those ads, so caveat emptor. If you click on one of the Google ads I earn a small commission.
I am also the VP of Engineering for company called Simplified IT Products that produces the Picture Keeper which is the simplest backup solution for your digital pictures, so you may see some articles and references about that product, usually in written in glowing terms, like a parent might talk about his own child. You’ll also see banner advertising for the Picture Keeper.
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