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Harold Webb insists that he was born, not with a birth certificate, but with a passport. His birth, however, did take place 24 years ago in Hamilton, New Zealand, where his first “travel” adventures involved exploring the caves and caverns in nearby Waitomo and traveling with his parents throughout New Zealand and Australia.

At age 16, Harold moved with his parents to the United States, because of his father’s career, finished high school in a suburb of Chicago, and then attended college at Northwestern University, where he ultimately got his MS degree in computer science. He uses that degree today as a freelance programmer for a variety of corporations globally. During his college years, Harold satisfied his wanderlust with a year abroad in Germany and vacation adventures to Canada, and Central and South America.

Today, Harold continues his travels, some of them related to work, but many simply to continue his goal of seeing every country in the world. As he travels and continues his programming work remotely, he also frequently contributes to tech and travel blogs, for which he has become quite an authority. Some of his most popular webinars include employee training on networking and network security, and he serves as a frequent “troubleshooter,” as company personnel adapt to major system changes.

Harold’s favorite book is Lord of the Rings, because, as he states, “The entire trilogy is about journeys. So it can be read at face value, as a wonderful fantasy, or it can be read at a much deeper level. To me, life is a large journey made up of many small journeys that can be intended or not, just as they were for Frodo. Each smaller journey creates the conditions that result in the next one. When I look back on my own life, I want to able to say that I never turned down a journey, no matter how small or insignificant it may have seemed at the time.”

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