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"May You Live In Interesting Times." -Chinese Proverb

Keeping a presence on the internet since February 1998(I quit counting the years, just do the calculations.)

Well, I must admit that the length of time between my updates on this site are increasing in length. It is September 2006 as I write this - a year and a half after my last update. I am generally maintaining this site as a "legacy webpage" since at the time of its construction, I was taking proverbial baby steps onto the web. That was back in February 1998. At the time I only recently had internet access to my home (a horrible dialup connection that was sorely degraded) and was trying to ascertain the general trajectory I sought to undertake in the realm of computing. I ended up going more towards hardware configuration and systems building as opposed to webpage design. I guess my pragmatic side won out as opposed to my artistic side, LOL.

Anyhow, 2006 marks a solid decade of my active involvement with the internet and computers in general. I am amazed at how much has transpired and changed since then and am certain numerous changes lie ahead. What I am no longer certain of is my frequency of updating this page. I have no intentions of discontinuing it - but with so many irons in the fire now, it's not as much of a priority as it once was. It will always remain an online reflection and testament of a much more simpler time. Long live "The Dan Page".

Look to the index below to see what suits your fancy.

The Dan Page Index

The Rave Page

Photo Gallery of People, Places, & Things

For A Friend Departed...

My Poetry Page

Living On The Edge

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Personally Recommended Links

Just the cold, hard, sardonic, UK spinned truth on all things Tech Related
Considering the present political climate here in the U.S., this is definitely required listening.
good webpage for computer hobbyists and et al.
For the Stargate fan in you...
The Shadow Cabinet-This web page is devoted to the The Church, a stellar group of musicians
Fruit Tree-This site features legendary renowned late folk/jazz singer Nick Drake, a personal favorite
Gotta dig this if you wish to sample a time when 'REAL' radio prevailed