Q&A: Niko Stumpo

Computer Arts: Where did the name of your alter ego come from?

Niko Stumpo: It came about when I first started to work online. I had a page on the site of the advertising agency I worked for, which I named /abc.html. Because of the style of work I was displaying, Rasmus Blaesbjerg (www.slrp.com) suggested Abnormal Behavior Child as a name and I loved it. It allows me to be completely free and to misbehave in terms of creativity.

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