Why don't you check out my CV, which explains pretty much everything you'd want to know.
I have my own company called IJ Instruments Ltd. to sell a temperature controller I've designed - please check it out at www.eyejayinstruments.com.
I'm happy to answer any quick questions you might have about the projects described on this site, but please be aware that I can't give you in-depth help on how to complete a particular project. If you're looking for assistance from start to finish for building your multi-zigawatt induction heater, or any other complicated project, then I'm afraid I really can't help - I just don't have the time!
Secondly, if you are seeking advice on anything at all related to fringe science/overunity/cold fusion - such as HHO, Stanley Meyer, Mizuno, Rodin coils, Vortex mathematics, Daniel Nunez, or any other crackpots - please go away right now. I have zero patience for people who believe that stuff. Which naturally means I must be a minion of the powerful oil companies, intent on suppressing all possible sources of alternative power. You can believe that if you like - I don't care.
So, if you're a normal person, here's my email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's various articles where my own work has been mentioned on other sites:
On a more techie note, although this site should be viewable in all major modern browsers, I would highly suggest Firefox. All of the HTML pages are written in the UTF-8 character encoding, so if you have problems viewing pages, please check that your character encoding is set correctly in the browser (in Firefox, View → Character Encoding).
The site was designed in a combination of Dreamweaver and Fireworks. I have to admit that I only use Dreamweaver as a text-based editor, but I find the site management tools extremely useful (link tracking, instant FTP upload, code completion). To generate and process thumbnail images, I use IrfanView - it is an amazingly versatile program.
The font for the main "imajeenyus" logo used to be Papyrus - you can download it here.
Over time, you might notice that the categorisation of some pages become a little odd. It's impossible to place everything in an exact category - most stuff will involve a little of several different things. The main thing is that the page or article is there, somewhere - I'll leave it up to you to find it!