My name is Nigel Palmer. I’m a 27-year-old from Alabama, USA, and am a recent graduate of Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, with a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and a minor in Computer Science. If you’re reading this you may even know me somewhat already, and this is the wide open internet, so I won’t go into many intimate details so as to avoid having the ninja monkeys hack my life and steal my soul in the process.
I was born in Ohio in 1986, the fifth child in a family of six. I am relatively quiet and introspective, though I have been known to surprise on occasion. I love to be around family and friends! I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served as a full-time missionary for two years in Paraguay in the heart of South America. I speak Spanish as a second language but am always learning more about it!
Some might call me a computer nerd, a designation that I bear proudly. Naturally I enjoy building computers, gaming of all forms, sci-fi/fantasy, movies & television shows, jet-skiing, swimming, videography and trying to make the most of life in general. I seem to enjoy burning myself out on trying to completely organize my life to an impossible degree!
I hope you enjoy this website. I do not claim to be a master author or web designer, so please bear with me and feel free to post your comments!
What exactly does Lightloch mean?
The name Lightloch was chosen by me as an internet alias back around 1997.
Basically I was registering for an account on a popular web-gaming site and my first choice for a username was taken, so the registration suggested, among many others, the name Lightloch as an alternative. It stuck with me and I have used it since.
Loch (pronounced “lock”) is a word of Gaelic origin which means lake, thus the relevance of the image seen on the uppermost portion of this website… a lake of light.
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