On this tiny corner of the web, I plan to share four main areas of interest:
For areas where I want to share downloads, rather than expend the small 100MB space I have, I will try to
provide links to downloads elsewhere including through the Wayback Machine, an indispensible resource:
The Internet Archive Wayback Machine (archiving many websites since 1996).
As a kid back in the 1970s, Lake Elizabeth in Fremont, CA was a nearby refuge for me to think about life.
Thankfully, not too much about it has changed. Even now on weekdays from Fall to Spring and early on weekend mornings, a peaceful place.
The brown hills turn green in the early Spring. Sometimes in Winter there is light snow on the hills.
Its mild weather and being out of the way of most of the Bay Area hubbub was the entire appeal of living there, but it changed a lot since.
When I was a kid, it was a pretty quiet place and much less crowded than now. You didn't have to compete for parking. There used to be a lot
more American-owned real estate and businesses. Too much foreign money came in, making living there unaffordable and that is very sad.