I have always been into communications. In the early 1960s I put out a publication, “SWL”, world wide. I also did a radio program that was broadcast on shortwave radio. It was broadcast over WRUL radio. I hosted a convention in Kansas City (MO). I was one of the founders of the very first People-to-People organization. In 1982 I started a bulletin board system called Howard’s Notebook. It was one of the very first online sites. It was a “blog.” This is before the world wide web was invented in 1995. I was one of the very first to stream online video. I attended One BBSCON in Colorado Springs (CO) in August of 1993. When the rest of the world caught on to what we were doing and invented the world wide web I moved Howard’s Notebook to the web.
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