Chris is a self-described geek who has indulged his love for technology for over 15 years. His largest project was GradeSpeed, the pioneering web-based gradebook that was used in Chicago Public Schools and Houston ISD, as well as other top-100 school districts.
He also created the innovative web browser CrystalPort, which was featured in PC World Magazine. Released in 1999, it was the first web browser to incorporate tabs, integrated searching, and skin support. It also anticipated the the modern Web with AppCapture, allowing users to put any Windows application into a browser tab.