In the past, some of my friends have complained that I was hard to get a hold of. Well, I've worked hard to change that - now there are many ways to reach me. By the way, this page is my just personal contact info, if you were looking for my work contact information, click here.
Jonathan Vigh, 1400 West Elizabeth Street, Apt 216, Fort Collins, CO 80521
personal e-mail: Please use this address for personal e-mail. I'll try to check my e-mail over lunch time most days.
work e-mail: Use this address for work-related e-mail or urgent messages during work hours.
home phone: (970)492-9841 Please use this # for personal calls on weekends and evenings.
work phone: (970)491-8988 Use this for work-related calls or emergencies during work hours (Mon - Fri, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Mountain Time Zone).
cell phone: (585)808-8972 I generally will have my cell phone turned on when I'm not sleeping or working. I don't have the greatest reception in my apartment, and I don't have unlimited minutes, so please try my home phone first if you think that's where I'll be. I'm on Verizon, so if you're Verizon too, we can talk for free. In that case, call me anytime.
Skype ID: jlvigh You can also reach me on Skype (an internet telephony service). I can do either by voice or video conference.
Live Messenger ID: email@example.com You can instant message (IM) me using MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, Live Messenger, etc. Note that I don't use this at work, just at home.
MySpace Profile: http://www.myspace.com/jonathanvigh Note that I definitely put more energy into MySpace than Facebook - Facebook is more of a novelty, whereas MySpace has more of my friends from high school and college, etc. I try to upload pictures to my profile fairly often.
Facebook Profile: http://www.facebook.com/p/Jonathan_Vigh/ Most of the people on here are people I know from work.
World Wide Web:
http://inte099018.halls.colostate.edu/~vigh/ This is my personal home page which contains info about my quest for ultimate adventure, etc.
http://euler.atmos.colostate.edu/~vigh/ This is my work web page which contains info about my research.
Well, I haven't actually gotten my license yet, but I'm hoping to become a ham soon. Then we can have contests to see which is better on a mountain top - cell phone or radio!
Finally, I am certified in sending and reading smoke signals (my Native American background . . .) - okay, just kidding. But I hope I've given enough ways for you to get a hold of me. Now you have no excuse!
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