I currently work for GeneClinics, a grant-funded project at the University of Washington.
In the summers I usually work on the qcw up' archeology dig at Mud Bay. I have become the de-facto photographer of this project. I also produce a cdrom with images and other data from the project.
I own an Olympus C-3000Z digital camera. I take way too many pictures with it. I am also a big fan of infrared.
I have a Rio Receiver, running from a linux machine using Jeff Mock's perl server scipts. But I just went and ordered an AudioTron the other day, so I'm not sure how much more work I'll be putting into this. The receiver is a nifty device, but currently suffers from some serious software (firmware, that is) limitations. For instance, it cannot handle my 1700 tracks.