Activity: Now (May, 2022) More listening to Classical Music on ABC FM. More planning for the Free Download sections of this website/domain (much more to come). Text work: Finishing of a last Addendum One for new history book on Merchant Networks, 1760-1860 to be released later in 2022. HTML work: Rejigging the domain main page and CV page. Other pages. Other text work: Now rewriting major new manuscript on Ancient History, The Bleak.
For the earliest beginnings of the Free Download section, go now to: https://www.danbyrnes.com.au/downloads.htm
NB: These websites were designed on a tower computer and are still best seen from a tower computer, not a mobile phone or a tablet computer. For info on recent hits/pageviews see statcounter.com or this web domain at: personal/opinion12.
Appearance from Feb. 2022 on this website and on academia.edu of a co-written article by Peter Dickson/Dan Byrnes on convict contractor to North America (Virginia and Maryland) John Stewart (d.1772), convict transportation and salt production/sale (near Portsea/Portsmouth), in Southern England. See John Stewart at Portsea: Convicts & Salt, by Peter Dickson ... (See also: Peter Dickson's profile at academia.edu).
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You can also look for the following eleven separate websites ... (Some are now finished, some are not-yet-finished.)
About page - finished (now retired)
Lost Worlds - The Website - now closed - ie, finished. Explore history timelines and wonder deeply about the past.
Bibliographies/Booklists (Australian history) - work-in-progress
The Blackheath Connection - A major work in Early Modern Australian history _ The Blackheath Connection ... a 70+ page website on convict transportation to North America, then to Australia to 1810. Based on The Duncan Campbell Letterbooks 1758-1803++ held by Mitchell Library, Sydney. Finished -
The English Business of Slavery - a 12-chapter website book - finished except for the last chapter
The Merchant Networks Project (A follow-up to The Blackheath Connection) - The Merchant Networks Project website (Updated from 3-9-2019, now being finished. Merchant and commercial histories with Dan Byrnes and Ken Cozens) - now finished
Merchants and Bankers Listings (history) - finished
History of Music Technology - article and timelines (HoTM) - work-in-progress - ),
Poetry (Poems 1-1000) - work-in-progress still.
Humour - work-in-progress
Short stories and a few articles - finished
Personal Website, The - A work-in-progress.
List of usual contributors: Dan Byrnes and Ken Cozens (UK, history). Peter Dickson (UK, history). Ed Matzenik (Maitland, Australia, music). Brian Robson (Bondi, Sydney, Australia, re computers, Australian politics (but now discontinued). Larry West (Texas, USA, affairs in general). Joel Byrnes (Brisbane, Australia, technical assistance, music modern, affairs in general). Gerry Patterson (Melbourne, Australia, affairs in general) Thanks to Dora Koops for proofreading etc. E-mailers various, inc. Sydney author Monika Allan, Michael Longmire (Virginia, USA, history). Shane Ware (Tamworth, history). Max Ellis, David Mead and Lou Farina in Tamworth. Shane Muldoon (Melbourne, Economics), Reggie Thomson (history). Certain of these websites (news digests various, Lost Worlds, Merchant and Bankers Listings, Merchant Networks, The Blackheath Connection, The English Business of Slavery) were closed in May 2020 due to corona virus (Covid 19) and associated problems. NOT due to be closed are sections of this domain for feedback, poetry, music matters, family history, humour, and things personal.
Dan Byrnes © 1997-2022 plus contributors in their own right. All rights reserved. | Images: In-house logos and some graphics by Lou Farina, Joel Byrnes, Dan Byrnes. Many photos by Dan Byrnes. Assistance with Linux technicals from Daniel Baldwin (Armidale). Past technical assistance from Gerry Patterson, Owen Wigg, Brian Robson of Bondi in Sydney, Joel Byrnes. Assistance from the 1990s with HTML mark-up work from Brian Robson, Gerry Patterson, Joel Byrnes.
Now reading; Mark Lewisohn, The Beatles Tune In. Little/Brown, 2013, (A masterpiece of excellent historical research!)
Paul McCartney (Sir), (Edited with an Introduction by Paul Muldoon), The Lyrics: 1956 to the present. Two vols. Allen Lane/Penguin/Random House/MPL, 2021. (And see website HotM by date.) E-mail anytime to: email@example.com.
Otherwise reading: Hugh Thomas, An Unfinished History of the World. London, Papermac, 1995. Otherwise, still feeling guilty about NOT writing some music though studies continue.
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