You can find Dan Byrnes on Facebook ... on Quora, on Linked-In ... on Google Plus - Vale UK art critic John Berger, this webmaster is just one person you valuably taught how to see differently about seeing differently. Latest updated pages include: Odd Things/Bits-n-Pieces at: Oddthings. See also an updated humour file.
A suite of websites from history to the personal, music matters, creative writing and a spot of family history ... not to speak of a dab of satire (see immediately below).
Your webmaster has lately been blogging on history topics at Linked-In History Enthusiasts forum, several times a Top Contributor there in 2014. Revising websites. Has lately been working on finishing two books, one, history 1760-1860, and two, "cultural comment" ...
Based on technology employed by NASA’s Mars Rover, Gigapans are gigapixel panoramas, digital images with billions of pixels.
They are huge panoramas with fascinating detail, all captured in the context of a single brilliant photo.
Phenomenally large, yet remarkably crisp and vivid, gigapans are available to be explored at Gigapan.com. Zoom in and discover the detail of over 50,000 panoramas from around the world.
Gigapan gives photographers the technology to create high-resolution panorama images more easily than ever before, and the resulting GigaPan images offer viewers a new, unique perspective on the world.
For Lou Farina's Gigapan of Tamworth, taken from the Oxley Lookout, see: Gigapan.
Musician, multi-instrumentalist, guru, constantly on tour
Rock bass guitarist who inspired the website HOTM
Misuse complaints: Thankfully there is only one complaint, but it's a real doozy. Re "the web's most comprehensive Christian site" - "God bless America" says the stern eagle graphic. See the webpage (scroll down a bit): Oddthings.
List of Usual Contributors: Ken Cozens (UK). Peter Dickson (UK). Ed Matzenik (Aust). Brian Robson (Bondi, Sydney, Aust). Eric Scott (Tamworth Aust). Larry West (Texas USA). E-mailers various.