Daniel Brown wrote: > On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 10:42, PJ <af.gour...@videotron.ca> wrote: > >> Right on. Good comments. >> No offense taken and none intended. >> I am enoying the list and will continue to participate, if i may. >> I have learned a great deal already and really do appreciate the help. >> > > So you mentioned your involvement in television production and > briefly touched on cooking shows and such.... what brought you into > the insanity of web programming? New stage in life, or specifically > to work on your daughter's site? Her necessity and my curiosity coupled with an interesting challenge. :-) After this, there's the other site http://www.chiccantine.com - that's just a start for now... we're aiming for a really great site on food that will be instuctional as well as enlightening for all to learn how to "really" deal with great food - what it is all "really" about take a look at the link below the signature. You might learn something about vanilla. BTW, we'll be looking for great programmers and designers who will want to participate in the "adventure" (as that is what it will be) - we'll surely be doing this as a non-profit thing and hope to develop something profitable along the way. The startup will require dedication and some time with the hope of worthwhile earnings once things are rolling. Requirements are: love of food (the real, natural stuff), a hate for Monsanto, corn and just plain stupidity, appreciation of common sense and then, of course, programming knowledge - we'll be using a log of video clips - flash & probably streaming - oh yes, and not to forget, a sense of adventure, the thrill of a challenge (to do something different if not off the wall) and, well, some time to risk for this great opportunity. 8-) I get the impression that this (list) is where we'll find such great minds, wits and dreamers - for you gotta have a vision! > It's a really interesting property, > by the way; ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and that region enthralls me. > Those folks were truly inspiring, and put the civil engineers of the > 20th and 21st centuries to utter shame. > Indeed. Makes you wonder, doesn't it.
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