Welcome to my little corner of the web. This is my first serious attempt at creating a web site, but it seems to be improving the more I practice with it. I don't know what I can write that the entire world might be interested in, so I will stick with the subjects that interest me.
Forgive me if I can't update this site very often, but this is just one of my hobbies, not my bread and butter.
Official Dribblings from my Brain
I have just added a section called My Dribblings to act as a repository for the random essays that were already here, plus any new ones I come up with in the furute. (In fact, two more were added just this week, bringing the total to four.) These are just thoughts that cross my mind, so I write them down. (Read them at your own risk. I take no responsability for your inability to deal with my thoughts and opinions.)
(September 21, 2005)
It was always my intention to put an interactive panorama and object movie on their respective pages, but I never got around to finishing it until now. A big Thank You to Duckware for writing and making available such good (and inexpensive) software for these purposes.
Additionally, an example of vintage panoramic tom-foolery has been added, courtesy of the Sellersville Museum.
(August 16, 2005)
For a good portion of the last month, I have been creating new content. Here is what I have finished so far: (July 23, 2005)
- A graphical logo and dribbling brain image.
- The 3D page now has an anaglyph example.
- The Editing page has been expanded to include more examples.
- A brand new section has been added. It is all about my hometown of Quakertown, PA. The first exhibit in this section is a walking tour of some historic locations around town brought to life with pictures. (Opens up in a new window and uses frames.) More to come later. (I need more information for the Calendar of events.)
Another one of my hobbies. I hope to expand this section with links, useful information, and some examples. (June 27, 2005)
My Impending 20 Year Class Reunion
Someone from High School e-mailed me, and I got to thinking about all that has happened since then. (May 21, 2005)
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