I never play Scrabble - or any word games - but I LOVE wooden scrabble letters.
I created Wunderland.Com's first electronic book, Kristin's
Coasters - but I don't ride coasters much these days.
I also created an art project called The
Space Under The Window.
I designed one of the most popular pyramid games, Volcano.
I finally published the smaller
cheaper simpler version of Fluxx I have been working towards
I like Aquarius
the best of all Andy's games.
I think Chrononauts
is his most impressive design, but I think he'll be remembered
for the pyramids.
I did the voice saying 'Uh Oh' at you each time you die in the
video game Icebreaker.
I love to watch stupid movies on TV but don't usually have the
I love Andy's writings - my
favorite of his short stories is The
Emperor Must Die
I work for NASA for 10 years designing high speed computer chips for telemetry systems.
I am very lucky to have two best friends - my husband Andy
and my girlfriend Alison.
I founded a fan club for my Andy's games. I love our fans!
I am going to be getting a dog in the relatively near future, although I don't really like dogs.
I love cats. I miss Aslan and feel a big lack of feline presense at Wunderland.earth.
I live with several dozen gund bears - who have silly adventures - and bring joy to our lives.
I have never cleaned the bathroom in the house I've lived in
for 15 years.
I make the tye-dyed
bandannas that I wear on my head.
I solved the Rubik's cube on the TV show That's Incredible in 35 seconds when I was 16.
I published The Monthly Blubonian in 6th grade and copy machine creations in college.
I got my first computer in '77 when I was 12 - an Altos with
64k running the CPM operating system.
I established my nerd standing babbling at school about floppy disks when nobody had heard of a computer.
I still have the 8" floppy disks with the BASIC programs I wrote the next year on our new Northstart Advantage.
I love green olives - on pizza, in omelets, or just by themselves.
I am incapable of holding a grudge, since I simply don't remember
the details of bad things.
I have only worn makeup twice in my life, both times when I was
in high school.
I fell and put my hand through a window once - and almost cut off my pinky finger.
I have all sorts of pictures of me online: some favorites: * * * * * and some others * * * * * * * * * *.
I also have an apartment deep inside Andy's Brain.
I am attracted to women with
really long hair.
I avoid people
wearing perfume and smoke
pot medically for my migrane headaches.
I once flew to Chicago to visit a friend, and discovered I was barefoot and had brought no shoes.
I was born in Boulder CO in '65 - but lived my childhood in
DeKalb, IL - 60 miles NW of Chicago.
I have wonderful parents who publish amazing travel logs on their web site.
I have a sister named Ruth, who doesn't have a web site... but
her son Dustan is building
I lived in Nottingham England for a year in '72 when I was seven - but never met Robbin Hood.
I broke my back when I was 7 - in scotland - big black Jaguar squashed the little red Fiat.
I am also very glad to be alive after our drive to DragonCon in the summer of 2004.
I was your basic science nerd in high school, competing in math contests and such.
I spent my Saturday mornings at Fermilab listening to physics
lectures and playing Colossal Cave.
I painted one of my toenails black in high school when John Lennon was shot. It's still black today.
I went to college at both the U of IL and the U of MD, and learned
a lot about life and about science.
I had a full sized arcade machine, a game called Eliminator,
living with me in my dorm room in college.
I took an electronics lab with really awesome
lab equipment that led me to a job at NASA Goddard.
I met Andy at NASA and we became close friends, we went
to lunch together and fell in love.
I was born Kristin Wunderlich and named our house Wunderland with a 'U' when I became Looney.
I was employee number 12 at TSI TeySys for three years before
going full time with Looney Labs.
I run a little game company called Looney Labs. Thanks for reading my web page!