:+: Welcome page / Front door :+:
Straitjacket optional ;-)
Abandon all hope, ye who enter here... of leaving sane! Mu-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!
Important note: If this page doesn't look quite right, check out the If this page doesn't look right to you section for detailed information of causes and how you might be able to fix it.
Was going to put up some really cool coding tricks in this, but, didn't want to crash anyone's Web browser . . .
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I need help. I need your help.
If you can, please help me out by donating a single dollar to keep this Web site going by visiting the Help CyberWoLfman page.
I try to do the right thing, in both the real world and on-line, by helping people when I can, wherever I can. And, with this Web site, I have made help pages and give information. I try to live by the golden rule, when very few others seem to care about anything but themselves. Even on the Help CyberWoLfman page, that I linked to above, I try to help others by providing links to places they can help those in need without having to pay a single penny. At least I can say I do my best to do what's right. :-)
If this is your first visit to my Web site, welcome! Some of the latest things that I have been up to or comment about are usually found on my 2012 Blog page.
Coming soon: More Web pages! A Web page with pictures of the south Florida tattoo expo (it was nice to have met all of you!), a couple of pages with reviews of some renaissance fairs complete with pictures and video, and a few other surprises! And, yes, putting this on my front door page is a way to help me get motivated, because I have been slacking lately. LOL
* Some of you may have noticed that I have changed this front door page because many newer computer monitors can now handle more than 640x480 resolution (the same resolution as analog broadcast (NTSC), that is currently being replaced (by those rich enough to be able to afford it) with HDTV, which is along the lines of 1280×720 and up to 1920×1080), and the background images weren't going all the way over to the other side. Hey, I got something done, at least! ;-) Already thinking of a better way to make this page, so, don't get used to it! LOL But, it's combining some old school Web page stuff (for one thing, the gray background is reminiscent of the older Web pages back in the early 1990s), and some new stuff, as well.
You've found the very first and original Cyberwolfman. I'm the real Cyberwolfman, and, yes, that's my real name. You've probably already found some of the Cyberwolfman impostors. LOL More detail about that and other information about this Web site can be found upon the FAQ page.
Some of the more frequently visited pages that people are looking for here are either listed in the upper left hand corner of this page, or in the featured pages on the right. The rest are on the Site Map page where almost all of my Web pages are arranged in alphabetical order.
You are very welcome. :-)
Please Like and Share this site with others. At least here, they won't have to put up with a lot of annoying ads, or get presssured to buy something. This all comes out of my own pocket. There's nothing for sale here, and not a single ad. It's mostly help pages, tips, pictures, reviews, and blogs. The majority of the latter are based on facts which can be easily verified or from my own personal experiences, like the VidScans page, where I give movie reviews. So, please Like and Share this Web site or link back to it, if you appreciate that sort of thing. :-)
If this page doesn't look right to you:
If you are using micro$haft winblows' internet explorer this page likely won't look right to you. LOL But, if you're using a Web browser that's tied into your operating system like that one is, it's almost guaranteed that you have much bigger probelms than what a Web page looks like! Just think of it this way; how much faith do you have in a company to give you important updates to your operating system when it is years behind on keeping even their Web browser (that almost every single windoze customer uses, and can easily see the errors it makes in Web pages like this one) up to date?
Another reason it might not look right to you is if you're using a better Web browser but have a small screen resolution or you have your fonts set very large (or both), and there's a scroll bar at the bottom. If this is the case, you at least know the cause, and can better deal with it. If an image appears too large, you likely have a small screen resolution, like those on some smart phones, tablets, or
If you're having difficulty reading the text, you can try changing your Web browser's fonts. For an easier to read sans-serif font, Verdana is a fairly good choice. Just remember that text looks a little different if you change fonts, so words may look mis-spelled to you. But, since even professional news journalists can't spell correctly these days, few people may notice your typographical errors.
If something else doesn't look right, maybe you should check to see if you have the latest version of your Web browser. Always a good idea to keep up to date with the latest stable release of software. Can I get a "Hell, yes" my geek brothers and sisters? Hee hee hee If you are running some of the main Linux distributions, you can likely update all (or at least most) of your programs at once, as well as update your operating system using the updater. For those using Ubuntu, it's called Update Manager.
Choose Your Entrance
Cyberwolfman's Pix #4. Back to the real world. Includes Halloween pictures, party pictures, more pictures of Bloomington-Normal Illinois including events, people, and theaters.
Cyberwolfman's Pix #5. Pictures of fountains, buildings, and people, including some radio D.J.s.
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Notice: Due to the fact that google now wants to charge 100 dollars a year for a customized search engine without advertisements on your Web site (D'oh! I guess the "don't be evil" google corporate motto doesn't include screwing over people who are already using one of their services in order to turn it into a service that they can charge a lot of money for), I had to remove it from this page. If you have your own Web site, and you have one of the older google custom search boxes on it, and, when you try to use it and get back the message "We're sorry... ... but your computer or network may be sending automated queries. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now" you just found out they did it to you, too.
But, most newer Web browsers such as Firefox come with a search engine box, or allow you to search from the address bar. If you are looking for something on my Web site, simply write the word that you're trying to find, and, after a space, add "site:cyberwolfman.com" (without the quotes) at the end. If you are looking for a phrase, put a quote mark (yes, now it's okay to use the quotes. Hee hee hee) on each end of the phrase, first, then, a space, and type in site:cyberwolfman.com and hit the Enter key.
When you get to the Web page, use the Ctrl+f key combination to search for what you're looking for on that page, to save yourself some reading time.
Congratulations! You've learned a couple of new tricks (if you didn't know them, already), and you can now find what you want on the Web faster, which means you have more time to spend on other things, and you won't get frustrated by looking through countless Web pages for what you want, and, in a fit of rage, shove your keyboard through the monitor, or throw your ipad or tablet in the lake and count how many times it skips.
You're welcome. :-)