That's Steven A. Finney, the (retired) computer programmer and (former) cognitive/experimental psychologist (but still a Balkan music fanboy/performer, and geology/plant/bird enthusiast). Not Steve Finney, the English soccer/football player, nor Steve Finney, the Alternative/Folk/Pop musician.
I worked extensively with UNIX in the 1980's (primarily PDP-11's and Intel), spent much of the 90's and early 00's getting a PhD and doing research in cognitive science (psycholinguistics and music psychology, including a postdoc with Caroline Palmer at Ohio State), and then went back to doing professional computer work (mostly "embedded Linux").
In 2017 I put together a new 2.1.07 version of my 2001 Linux-based FTAP software package for tapping and music experiments; this is basically a cleanup release with a few minor enhancements. I also re-confirmed FTAP's millisecond accuracy and precision using multiple USB-MIDI interfaces. See the FTAP web page.
I am signatory #1419 at Project Steve. It's not often I get to associate with such luminaries as Steven Chu, Stephen Hawking, and Steven Pinker.
With the valuable assistance of some friends, I put together a quality compact disc (remember CD's?) of solo kaval by Nikolay Doktorov. Go to the music page for more detail.
I've written up some non-fiction articles, covered by the permissive Creative Commons license. See the articles page.