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I am the chief "Technology Wizard" of the Lexicon. Over the last several years, I have worked with Steve on bringing the Lexicon website up to modern standards.

Since Episode 16, I joined Steve as co-host of the Harry Potter Lexicon Podcast. On the Lexicon itself, my principal duties include maintaining the servers that host the Lexicon, converting Patricio's fantastic design into a fully functioning site, and continually working on adding new features to the Lexicon codebase. That said, I also make edits from time to time as I finds the time to browse and edit the Lexicon as well.

I owe a lot to Harry Potter. On a Harry Potter RPG website I volunteered and programmed for, I met a young lady named Barbara who shared my love of the Harry Potter novels. About a year and a half later I married her. A few months after that, through connections met on the same site I found my future employer and so I owe my job and my wife to Harry Potter.

Over a Decade later, Barbara and I are proud to be working with Steve and the rest of the great staff here at the Harry Potter Lexicon to continuously make it even greater.

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The July J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Loot Crate has arrived!  Join Nick and Barbara once again as we unbox another box of magical goodness for the Lexicon’s Youtube Channel. This month’s theme is “Defense Against the Dark Arts” and contains items to help you fend off the darkest and most… Read More
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It was very early in my life that I became captivated with the worlds of Science Fiction and Fantasy.  From Tolkien’s Middle Earth, to C.S. Lewis’s Narnia, to Roddenberry’s Federation, the worlds of my favorite pieces of fiction spurred me on in a myriad of ways. I can trace my… Read More
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For the majority of Episode 25, Steve and Nick puzzle over the topic of Horcruxes, and more particularly how they are created and when Voldemort created each of his Horcruxes.  Listen in as we end up with more questions at the end then we had at the beginning.  We are back to audio only this week, but stay tuned, more Video podcasts will be coming soon. Read More
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Episode 22 of The Harry Potter Lexicon Podcast focuses on the character of Draco Malfoy. Steve and Nick start by talking about the latest news about the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie franchise, now announced to be five movies instead of three, and theorize on how far… Read More
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Steve and Nick finally got a chance to sit down and talk about Cursed Child, some good, some not so good, and found it is very hard to steer away from the Time Travel rabbit hole.  So much stuff to talk about and we debate a few big issues on the story. SPOILER WARNING: Don't listen to this episode if you haven't read Cursed Child yet because we are not holding back on this episode. Read More
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Episode 18 of the Harry Potter Lexicon Podcast is very special, for multiple reasons. Our first ever Live Podcast (with live Canon questions from the audience) Our first ever Video Podcast (don’t worry, you can still listen to audio!) We pushed the New Lexicon Live… Read More
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Steve introduces a new series with this episode to coincide with the new version of the Harry Potter Lexicon website, and also introduces a new co-host, Nick Moline. They discuss the new website, for which Nick is the programmer, and then delve into the mysterious Marauder's Map, answering the age-old fan question of why <insert name here> didn't see <insert another name here> on the map? Read More
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Hello everyone, you may have noticed some changes around here lately, most of them right here in the What’s New section of the site. The Lexicon Blog First of all, the What’s New section has now become The Lexicon Blog.  And it’s more than just a change in title. While… Read More