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  • My Website & Planespotting Guide

    I have finished my most recent "project"...a ton of work indeed - my website & planespotting guide!
    http://<a href="http://www.bruceleib...bowitz.net</a>

    just click on "airplanes" and then i have my planespotting guide...plus a page of links (including the census here). I was thinking of adding sound, like ATC, as a background but I dunno. I do this in my spare time and lately I have a ton of spare time (lost my job) and I'm hoping to have less spare time in the near future so this was a good chance to try out some html stuff. BTW, I downloaded the illustrations from Boeing & Airbus... I love aviation and wil probably add more content to that section....

    enjoy! :P

    bruce
    View my photos at JP.Net
    Home Airport: Jackson - Evers Int'l (JAN) - Jackson, MS
    Camera: Canon 50D, 100-400L/17-85 lenses

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    umm...link does not work as of 1213 EDT May 23...
    Check out my photos at jp.net! http://www.jetphotos.net/showphotos.php?userid=613

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    • #3
      dont Know Why It Didnt Work

      I dont know why...it has something to do with the way I posted the link in that post. The site is definitely there.

      http://bruceleibowitz.net

      if that doesnt work then just type in

      http://www.bruceleibowitz.net

      somehow I cannnot get it to work. It freezes up my browser if I click those links. The only way I can get it is to right click, then click "open in new window" and it opens just fine. maybe there's a problem with the code in the forum here? It freezes even if i click the "www" icon under this post.
      View my photos at JP.Net
      Home Airport: Jackson - Evers Int'l (JAN) - Jackson, MS
      Camera: Canon 50D, 100-400L/17-85 lenses

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      • #4
        Ops check good on the links.

        I'll have to get my wife to read the planespotting guide so she doesn't think every plane is a DC-9.
        So when you see the mighty jet aircraft
        As they mark their path through the air,
        The grease-stained person with the wrench in their hand
        Is the one who put them there.

        My photos at JetPhotos.net
        My photos at Railpictures.net

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