Author Bio.

My name is Allan Bowden-Smith. I’m an avid gamer and a technophile at heart, with a hint of a tinker’s mind.

Why the moniker?

A geeky play on a geeky name brought about by a geeky past-time. Because it was unique, it became my name on almost everything online.

Long Version

I used to frequent sites like Neopets and Gaia Online when I was still in school. I was on a Pokemon Board where each forum Moderator had their own ‘Gym’, and in our world (Niobi, as opposed to Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh or Unova), all the cities that the Gyms were based in were plays on names of elements from the Periodic Table. I chose Caesium as my starting point, and with some tweaking, it became Kaecyus.

Why a blog?

I have been blogging since 2005. I originally started blogging on Livejournal (the results of which are here), and stayed there until 2009. I started this website in 2008 to try and get an online hub away from the one provided by my ISP, and then used this one solely. A few revisions later, and here we are.

It’s stuck through me returning to Livejournal, a brief fling with Tumblr, and a six year bout of depression.

I write when I can about what I want, and that’s pretty much all I can say about what the blog is about.

A bit more?

I studied Chemistry, CCNA (Initial Cisco Networking Course), an NVQ in Systems Deployment, and A-Level ICT at Mill Hill Sixth Form College (now known as Ripley Academy).

My hobbies include D&D Fifth Ed, Netrunner (when I can remember where my decks are), very occasional Magic: The Gathering. I am also in the process of building a racing-grade RC car, but I’m very slow at it. Same with learning guitar.

My fandoms are .hack, Ace Combat and Ghost in the Shell. And Pokémon.

You can get in touch with me via email @ mail[at]kaecy[dot]us.