Interest in Electronic Communications
have been interested in electronic
communications since I was a kid growing up in
Fort Smith, Arkansas. One of my first memories
was in the 1950's when
television was coming of age. Our family
would drive to downtown on Friday
nights to watch the Gillette
boxing matches "all
the way from New York City". We'd watch the
fights on a TV that was placed
in the store window. Heck, we didn't need to
buy a TV, we could sit on the sidewalk and watch it for free!
also remember my first crystal radio set. It was
made of plastic and shaped in the form of a red rocket. The only station it would receive was the station that played Sinatra, Glen
Miller and Arthur Godfrey's morning show, so I was forced to develop an
early appreciation for what we now call
"The American Songbook".
find the Internet fascinating and this
web site is simply a continuation of my interest
in electronic communications that began with
crystal radios and black and white televisions. It
amuses me and I hope it will amuse you as well.
Check out my incredible ability to read your mind
right now over the Internet or listen to a live
feed of our local fire department. Watch videos of
some of my mountain climbing trips, visit other
web sites that I've produced or help me solve the
mystery of "Nero Ceefo"
or you can leave
your favorite Jerry
you'd like to leave me a message, you can send an
email to Jerry@Presley.cc.
I'd love to hear from you.
"We do not stop playing because we grow
old, we grow old because we stop playing."
Variously attributed to Benjamin Franklin, George Bernard
Shaw, Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr, and Jerry Presley