The title says it all . . . it's about Macs, Linux & Windows in all flavors, internet security, whatever -- and we love emulation too! It is not a place to chat about the weather or the social scene :-)
Sorry to take so long replying. An email from Lauri brought me back to life.
Still surviviing here in South Florida, a long way fom my roots, like you. How's Korea?
Nice to have you back. We feared the worst, of course!
All is well in Korea. Business as usual. I'm really busy but might as well be, since I can't really travel too far. Enjoyed a nice run along 20 km of the DMZ a few weeks ago. That was neat!
The worst is yet to come :-)
Tell all! What do you DO there? And is the DMZ now for tourists and joggers?
I was reading our old posts. Thomas Raddall brought me to Nova Scotia and I was stunned to learn hardly anyone knew who he was.
Ooops.. that is for Clockwork. My danger days are over. I hope
A man of many parts! Is yout CV around anywhere?
Alas, no CV available. My Net presence has been for a long time almost next to nothing. Just recently, I got the inspiration to contact good old fellows. A good thing, I think, let's see how long that will last.
I'm also curious, what exactly ClockWise is doing in Korea. Could you please share something about that?
And you Bill, you did not answer to my question in the email. Are you feeling healthy etc? Sounds like you are :)
OK You are a gnuine guru when I was a plodder.
We both did Quark and I still do. What did you do when you started making money??
My brain seems healthy, apart from typing, but the body is getting real slow. I tell friends, I wish I felt as good as you say I look!
I'm hoping Clockwork will tell us all!!!
One notable thing about Canada is that no one knows about anyone. There are about six national heroes and everyone else is mostly forgotten. Oh well. So it goes.
I used to go to a public library named after Thomas Raddall but that branch close about 20 years ago.
We can't enter the DMZ, but we can jog along the fences. Actually, the fences are at the edge of the "civilian containment zone" which is not technically the DMZ. Just a separate buffer zone meant to keep people away. There are a few observation decks where you can borrow some binoculars and peer out to the bad side.
There is an annual DMZ marathon along this route, actually.