Are you the same Joe Tracy that went to San Pasqual Academy / Pacific Union College?
Yes I am.
Are you Joe Tracy the boxer?
No. In fact, in my entire life I’ve only been in one fight and that was in fifth grade. The guy and I then became best friends.
Are you Joe Tracy the real estate agent?
No, but I do Web marketing for real estate agents as well as other companies.
Are you Joe Tracy the race car driver?
Nope. He actually passed away earlier last century. But here’s a picture and video of him:
Are you the same Joe Tracy that used to be editor of the Sinus News newsletter?
Yes. I’m also now working on a new project – a magazine – for sinusitis sufferers.
Are you Joe Tracy, the musician?
No, but I have listened to some of his music and compositions. My musical talent ends with playing chopsticks on the piano!
Are you the same Joe Tracy that used to be editor of NewTekniques Magazine?
Yes! Those were some of the best years of my life. I love NewTek, their products, their staff, and the fanbase. Although I now use Final Cut Pro for my video work, I will always remember the awesome NewTek Amiga Flyer days. Tim Jenison, an awesome guy, is a major innovator in the digital video marketplace and Jim Plant (NewTek CEO) got me started in the magazine industry.
Are you Joe Tracy, the hockey player?
Nope, but I have gone to some hockey games (never saw him play though).
Are you the same Joe Tracy that is CEO of DOT Foods?
Nope, but I’d like to visit one of their stores some time. Unfortunately they only have one store on the West Coast (in Modesto). The rest are on the East Coast.
Are you Joe Tracy, the book author?
Yes, although I haven’t written a book for awhile. I’m overdue for a new one. Perhaps a fiction book since all my others are help-based books…
Are you the same Joe Tracy of Dutton Estate Winery?
Nope, but I’m sure Dutton Estate has some great wines.
Are you the same Joe Tracy from Dartmouth College?
Nope. He’s a bit younger than me! And he got a Google+ account before me too – I’m slowing down!
Are you the same Joe Tracy that wrote about Japanese Balloon Bombs?
Yes. A lot of Americans (and even many Japanese) don’t know the history of Japanese Balloon Bombs and how they were used during World War 2. It’s quite fascinating. Unfortunately there were American deaths (on American soil) as a result of them. I also did a quick little slide video about Japanese Balloon Bombs that you can watch by clicking here.