(resume link updated 1/31/2001)
Note: This page was created aeons ago. Most of the links still work, but for something a bit more polished, please visit my Scott Sightings page
Moving a web site is hard to do...
at least withoutall the latest fancy web tools. If you hit a link that takes you nowhere, check out this page for what to try next.
Long, long ago, before I got a computer and got lost in it : ) I used to be into decorating my house.
Then I got the computer to help me create my own dream house.
Then I got into Quantum Leap and got online.
Things have never been the same since! <g>
I finally figured out how to get graphics in my pages : )
So now I can show you what I "used" to do with my computer. : )
Then, as I said, I got the computer. I had no one to teach me how to use the computer, so I had to teach myself, with the inevitable results...
However, finally, after many long nights of pulling my hair out, my PC and I are at peace. Now I spend my spare time teaching my friends how to use their computers : )
I'm currently seeking employment., studying Windows NT/2000, Internet Mail
Service and advanced features of MS Office, and trying to get my web pages updated.
I also recently completed the co-scripting and direction of a 12 episode Dark Shadows-based online story, (link broken, server moved, stay tuned) performed by a wonderful group of friends on AOL.
To see where I've been lately...
Go directly to the Scott Bakula Sightings Page
Visit The Mr. & Mrs. Smith site
Please check out my links page (these are pre-historic)
Also please check out our AOL Leapers' Page
Now including our experiences page
And my own Quantum Leap Fan Info Page
I also started the Donny Osmond Mailing List. For more info, please e-mail Kathy Holmes
Kathy asked me to mention, this is an e-mail list, not snail mail.
For better and more current stuff, try Donny Osmond's own web site
This is my personal page
I'm looking for a new job so check out my resume
Like my web page? Want to create your own? Here's a primer
Any comments -- write to me here
If all else fails, try me here
Special thanks to Elwyn Ying Dak Chow from whom I "borrowed" many of these wonderful ideas. Beautiful page, Elwyn!
Super special thanks to all the Leapers on AOL and the BakPack for being wonderful people and great friends