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Us in Melbourne
This is (l. to r.) my daughter Miranda, my wife Annie, me, and my daughter Laura.
This picture was taken in Melbourne, Victoria, in January, 2000.


 
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Most people's home page has a personal section and a list of favourite sites, so I am including the first.  I used to have a "list of favourite sites", but it was pretty boring.  Our "world trip", which I have added recently, is probably just as boring!  There is a link to a "History of Computing" page, and a link to my genealogy page.  The odd surfer who happens to end up on this page may find something of interest.  Who knows!  By the way, I HATE FRAMES, so there aren't any on this web site!  In fact, I freely admit that it is simple and rather old-fashioned in design.  This I like!

 
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A.  PERSONAL INFORMATION
If you want to find out how old I am, and how well educated, and all that sort of boring stuff, click HERE.
 
 

B.  HISTORY OF COMPUTING
When I was teaching "Information Systems" at Hobart College early in 1999, I set this page up for my students.  There are probably many better pages on the history of computing, but, oh well, I had fun putting it together, and who knows, you might find it interesting!  Click HERE.
 

C.  GENEALOGY
This has become a major interest of mine in the last few years.  The pages in this section show something of my family history and some other bits and pieces of interest to me.  If you are interested, click HERE.
 

D. WORLD TRIP
In 1996 we went on a world trip.  To read about it, click HERE.
 
 
 


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T.T.F.N.  Last revised 20 Dec 2006.

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