"jg" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>You're wasted on fixing old cars, Randy (and James, and a few others here).
>The amount of thought and effort you put in ought to be directed at
>inventing and building something altogether better than petrol engines and
>the vehicles we use.....nice though volvos are.
This group isn't all I do. I am busy on alt.coffee, and in other areas
My espresso/coffee website
My newspaper's online homepage
(I created all content including the logo)
My monthly newspaper which includes my column on the Internet and
other computer-related topics
My Digital imaging website with lots of lessons
The "FRCN University" with lots of lessons for computer users
The "FRCNU Online Security Learning Center" with lots of info on
Internet and computer security:
BMW Motorcycle Fork Alignment Procedure
Electrical Wire Soldering For Beginners
And some of the websites I have created for others:
Chang Yue Industrial Corp
Hottop: USA Office of Cheng Yue
(wrote most of the content as well as took nearly all of the photos)
Rick Mayer Cycle
(I created his logo as well)
There have been some other jobs that are not available online- coffee
related how-to guides and a couple of owners manuals for home
appliances for a commercial entity (paid for my Canon EOS 20D and
Sigma 24-70 DG lens!).
I occasionally give presentations to the local computer users' group-
January and February are on digital photography- Taking better
pictures in Jan '06 and how to improve bad pictures in Feb. '06.
I was a teacher for 20 years or so, so it just became an extension of
my teaching experience to share other interests. My major in college
was art and so computer graphics was a natural extension. I began
working on cars back in '67 or so, mostly for myself, but did work at
Montgomery Wards, part time in '70-'71 doing tires and batteries. And
I taught an "auto repair for women" for a little Independent Adult
Education school for a few years out of my home.
Randy & \ \/ /alerie's
'90 245 Estate - '93 965 Estate
"Shelby" & "Kate"