This page lists the
I am working on
Why was this page created?
-- Completed Projects
I will continue to work on the
until "DONE" is added to it. If a new "Current Project" is added as #1
and "DONE" does NOT appear for the now #2 project, the #1 Current Project
has back-burnered the previous project. When I will return to that
previous project is unknown. It may be days, weeks or months. With over
900 Web pages here, at any given point in time, there are probably several
scores of projects that were started and which I feel are "incomplete".
If a previous project is resumed, its entry will be moved back to #1. A
"Project" is something that, if work is done on it exclusively, will take
more than one day (over 8 hours) to complete. Anything that takes less
time is a "minor edit" and won't be noted here. Check out
for recently installed new projects, or the
Domain Site Map
for every page installed since 1995.
So the "TODAY" term above stays accurate, I try to change the "last updated" date above at the start of my work day, whether or not anything else changes on this page.
new mm-dd-yyyy = the date the page was added to the What's New? and Domain Site Map pages.
03-26-2011 Report: The Oshkosh Memorabilia Club's "Antique Appraisal Show" today at the Oshkosh Seniors Center Annex (North Building) was a great success. As a new member with a first-time display of "All Known Oshkosh School and Church Recordings", I was grateful that several people were pleased when they found themselves in Choirs and Bands pictured on 1960's records. And some were surprised that recordings were sold while they went to school they didn't know about. Best of all, a friend decided to liquidate his Oshkosh record collection, so I came home with 15 LP's new to my collection and many duplicates for trading, that is, in case I ever find anybody to trade with. Also, for the first time since starting my research in 1991, I found someone who actually knew Recording Engineer George F. Johnston, who passed away in 1983. George recorded most of the 1950's through 1982 LP titles I had on display. He was a very good Jazz guitarist I was told. All in all, it was a very good, fun day today. For those of us who collect stuff other than stamps, coins, sports cards or full sized cars, ours is the only known local Collectors/Memorabilia club in Wisconsin. I can't wait until next year's show.
Incomplete Projects are somewhat in the priority order I will work on them.
Completed Projects are in the order they were installed as "new", with the most recent date first:
Why was this page created (on 03-07-2011)?
Because I don't "Social Network". I don't "Chat" via IM or anything else. I have no MySpace account, I don't read other's Tweets, and I only log into my Blog, Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin accounts only once a month at most. The latter three serve only one purpose for me, more places to promote my Web site to people who have never heard of it, even after its having been on-line since 11-25-1995! Any attempt to communicate with me via my Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin or Wikipedia Editor page will be ignored. firstname.lastname@example.org is the only way to contact me about those sites or anything else Web related.
When I see a note somewhere, "Tell your friends what you are doing.", this is now the ONLY! place anywhere that I will ever do that. Anything and everything I do outside of working on this Web site, and attending concerts will not be put on-line.
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