If you spend much time talking to me, I may start to bore you talking about DITA. Or in a more social context, I may bring up music. To get the best of both worlds, see...
This page is maintained by Robert D. Anderson. I work at IBM, on all sorts of tools related to DITA XML. I'm the lead architect of DITA Open Toolkit, and co-editor of the DITA 1.1, DITA 1.2, and DITA 1.3 Specification at OASIS. I tweet occasionally from @robander, usually about DITA or DITA-OT. I have a linkedin profile, but don't use it very often.
Because I have a soapbox here, I'd also like to put in a plug for the Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River, MA. During my five years in the Boston area, I made more trips down there than I can count, and it's the best place I've found for live music. I now live in Austin, TX, the self-proclaimed live music capital of the world, but the Narrows is sorely missed.
If I had to pick one CD that has changed my life (and who hasn't faced that question?), it would be the Nordic Roots sampler from Northside Records. Still, as when I bought it, cheaper than food.
The DITA-OT samples began with a 2011 presentation on how to create plug-ins to the DITA Open Toolkit. For a breakdown of current samples, plus random thoughts about DITA and DITA-OT, see DITA Thoughts
Yes, they're all about DITA: Presentations and publications.
I read a lot, and from the text above you may not be surprised to find that I maintain my reading lists as DITA topics: Active book lists.
What is the internet without cats? I'm just doing my part: Homemade cat furniture