IntraCorp/Capstone was a Miami, Florida-based game publisher,
founded in 1984. The company developed and published games across a
variety of genres. Some of their titles include Grandmaster Chess,
Bridgemaster, Corridor 7, Terminator Chess, Trump Castle versions 1,
2, and 3, The Cardinal of the Kremlin, Miami Vice, Search for the
Titanic, and The Dark Half. Rick was the
director of techology
For a number of years Rick was a contract programmer. During this
time he created games such as Expert Chess, Chess Kids, and a series
of card games for the Bicycle card company. In addition to the
software Rick wrote several books such as the Visual Studio Bible.
Best of all was volleyball at the Y during lunch time.
MCI was a leading
telecommunications company. Rick was
senior software engineer
at MCI's digital imaging division.
In this capacity he was dev lead for innovations in image processing
and new image formats. MCI DI served many large corporate interests
such as The Washington Post and many Universities in the Southeast.