Feature

The God(s) of Gridlock

October 1999

When looking into an ordinary career, say medicine or law or any of the hot jobs in the computing realm, selling a potential employer on your ability to maintain multiple personalities might not be a strong hand to play. Especially if you were to boast that you could switch personalities countless times in an hour, on a schedule maintained in the secrecy of your own thoughts. You'd get a half-hearted handshake, maybe, and a "We'll get back to you."