Hie to your lexicon!
Logophile is Greek for lover of words (hence the url) and is composed of the root logos and the suffix -phile. Rich in meaning, the concept of logos was defined by ancient Greek philosophers as the principle of universal reason. This principle was developed by Christians and immortalized in the Gospel of John as the Word of God. The suffix -phile denotes fondness for or love of. It is related to the prefix philo- in philosophos, the lover of wisdom.
In short, this website expresses my love for wisdom and words. And wit.
I studied music theory at Cornell University. From 1998 to 2002, I developed software for Amazon.com. From 2003 to 2012, my career was technical writing and editing at Microsoft. From 2013 on, I am a contractor. See my profile on Linked in.