Archieves from 2002
revised February 03, 2002
I have tacken time to revise
this editorial in part which was written this past December.
I was going to write something else but found that this article
tells you my reason for changing the Waymore Webs web site into
what it is today and where we are going tomorrow.
We have had quite a year here at Waymore Webs. We originally
started out to use this web site to sell our business that would
be to create, build and maintain web sites. The difference from
our competitors is that we build great web sites that don't have
to cost you a bundle of money. However we found that the bulk
of our new customers were referred to us by old customers. So
we decided to use this web site for something else that would
be more practical to you and our costumers.
We found in our relationship with our new costumer that there
were words, software, and many other things that they did not
know and wanted to learn about. This is where the rebirth of
this web site came from later in the year. We began to take time
out to create a place where customers and internet users could
go, to find out more about how to use their software, hardware
or internet browser. To learn about a new product or how to use
an old program. We added a few pages where you could go and visit
other web sites. We tried to find web sites that would offer
learning opportunities that we did not cover. We included many
of the web sites created by Waymore Webs.
We wanted to do something special and different for you. It
is still my hope that this site continues to grow and is able
to fit the needs of views and clients alike. So far this is what
we have come up with. The nice thing about our web site is that
there is something new almost every week that you can download
and use absolutely free.
We want to create a place where almost anyone could put up
their own article, our only one rule is that the topic has to
be about computers. We have brought in the occasional writer,
and artist too. We tried Poser art, Photoshop how to do articles
and Illustrator artprojects. We have introduced you to the flatbed
scanner and how to use one. We made it even easier to find art
by adding a clip art gallery. Our gallery is completely free
to you with the idea that your using it for your own use and
is not for resale. We have been triing to updated our gallery
almost every week or every holiday.
We have tried to maintain an updating schedule of every Sunday
and at times have added content during the week. I personally
have enjoyed reading your questions, and comments. We have writen
back to many through articles here on the site in the hope that
you and others will learn and enjoy using your computer. It is
in my continued hope that future viewers like yourself will write
down your experiences of examples of problems that you had found
solutions too and now want to share with others in an article
. I have a friend who I had introduced to ICQ and now I have
to reach him by cell cause his phone is busy every night while
he is chatting to others and his newly met online girlfriend.
I look forward to reading an article about his ICQ experiences
Most of you have by now have seen Peter
who works for a major Airline and is a major contributor. Peter
is a close friend who has traveled the world. You can rest assure
that your flying in a well maintained aircraft, cause that is
what Peter does, "maintain air crafts." Peter is a
master of email and has sent me a many cartoons, stories and
other entertaining articles. When he is visiting Peter like to
shop for fine looking clothing and party with his friends.
Steve is an artist by trade and
uses his computer daily to create many master pieces. Steve main
profession is owning and operating a is pad printing business.
If you are interested or want to know more on what this is go
visit their web site. Steve is a master of Adobe Illustrator
and has taught me many tricks. You can see an ad on the links
page that will take you to their web site.
a cook working on a horse ranch and is a computer user by night.
She has from time to time written articles sharing her experiences.
Of coarse there is Steven, who is the companies owner and over seer.
I write many of the articles and reviews that you see here. I
have a professional back ground, training in computer graphics
and computer languages. I was self taught on an XT and eventually
moved into the Macintosh environment, base on the idea at the
time that they were your only choice if you were interested in
video editing. Well versed in Adobe software and Macromedia software
Well once again I want to thank all
of you for making last year a success. We meet people from all
around the world. I want to thank those of you who sent cards
and wrote in during the month of November. I am slowly getting
back at what I love and that is writing for this web site. I
look forward to this New Year 2002, and all the surprises and
teachings that you and I will experience. I want to wish you
and your family the very best in this new year. Also that you
should have a happy, healthy and prosper year to come. Best wishes
to you all. Bye for now I hope to write more editorials soon.