If you asked anyone who the most influential company in the telephony industry was: they would almost all answer with “Bell.” But how did Bell go from being a company formed to support a new invention to a monopoly with shady business practices, to just another forgotten name? Continue reading Bell System: From Invention to Monopoly
It has been a month since I upgraded to a new phone and made the switch from Virgin Mobile to AT&T’s prepaid service. How has things been working?
The first entry in 2018… Continue reading New Year’s Update
Another “file purge” had to be done as the disk quota was almost met. I deleted some files. While I believe most of the files I deleted were not linked, if you get a “Page Not Found/404” error on this site, please let me know. Thanks.
Throughout high school, I owned my own web and graphic design business. But how did I get there? Continue reading My Web Design History
Earlier this week, I got a fancy “your storage space is almost full” notification from my hosting service. Thus, (even more) pages and files will be removed. Continue reading Website Update: File “Purging”
Nearly three years ago, I started an internship for our local newspaper office. In commemoration of the experience, I’m sharing my favorite memories and tales. Continue reading Tales from an Internship
Moving into my University has completed, among some other updates.
Site Update: I do know that the menus on the main website are incorrect. I’ve got rid of the Site Map as it hasn’t been updated in a while. I will be working on the slow and tedious task of updating menus in my spare time. Continue reading Update – 9/12/2017
On August 25, I found out that Dave Clarke – reporter for the Star Courier who wrote the “boiler sighting” articles – has officially retired. I’d like to wish Mr. Clarke a great retirement!
I’ve been doing some more work on the website, primarily finishing up the Kewanee Boiler section and toying with some different design ideas. Continue reading Website/General Updates: 6/12/2017