December 15, 2007

Fun on the Web

Some people are just more industrious than the rest of us.

Of course, having talent and honing their skills are traits you’ll usually find in such achievers – and I’ve happened upon a fellow who falls in to that category.

Meet Don Edrington, a Californian who is right up there with Walter Bent among the people I admire for their ingenuity, resourcefulness, and industriousness. (More about Walt Bent another time!)

I found Don’s web site after Googling for one-time CBS Radio star Jack Kirkwood, whom a few of you might remember from the 1940s.

Unlike my good friend Walt Bent, whom Karen and I met about 30 years ago in Stillwater, Oklahoma, we’ve not had the pleasure of meeting Don Edrington. But his web site speaks volumes about his range of interests and his enthusiasm.

If you like “music with a melody” from the ‘40s, ‘50s, 60’s and 70s, you’ll find a wide variety of tunes on Don’s web site.

If you enjoy great storytelling, you’re sure to like Don’s glimpses into yesteryear, when he sold newspapers on the streets of Hollywood.

And if you’re a “senior” citizen with an interest in technology – but find it just a bit overwhelming at times – Don Edrington can help you steer your way around and over the brick walls of technological gobbledygook.

Here’s the link to Don's music pages at the
The Senior Computer Tutor web site.

Let me know if you enjoy it as much as I have. Enjoy!

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