Many people have asked me, “Why adaptiman?” Simple. My first serious job after graduate school brought me to Texas A&M University to work with students with disabilities. My graduate work (at the time) was in counseling, and my real-world experience was in software design. I looked for more than a year to find a job that would combine these two fields. When I became the first Program Coordinator for Adaptive Technology Services, I had found that niche. Since the Web was a relatively new invention in 1995, we were allowed back then to select our own university alias addresses. I thought “adaptiman” fit what I did well. As a bonus, no one in the world was interested in the unique moniker, and after 20 years of service at Texas A&M, the alias stuck.