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Kyle, I noticed that you designed the LIVE FIGHT BREATH website and wanted to talk to you about maybe getting some assistance from you for building another CF website.
My name is julie, and I working on starting a non profit organization that will help those with Cystic Fibrosis, to fight for their Social Security or Social security disability benefits.
Is this something you might be interested in doing? We aren’t officially non-profit yet (just started the process), but I would like to get a website up and running and really don’t know where to start. I used yahoo sitebuilder for my http://www.cysticfibrosismaleinfertility.com site, but have since “transfered” it’s care and maintenance to http://www.cysticfibrosis.com (they offered to host and update for FREE!!!).
I was doing some researching on Apple’s past and I came across your blog post about the Copland Developer Tools CD at http://www.kyleweber.name/2007/08/16/rare-near-installation-of-copland-dr-tools-video/
Would you happen to still have the disc in possession, and the interest to get it working again?
I will be happy to hear from you.
Thank you for your time!
Just found your youtube video about a pully drive on your pto on a JD 3020. I’ve been looking for one for a couple years to put on a JD 2010 to run my buzz saw. Do you still have it for sale or do you know where I might find another one?
you realize that you love your country. It’s really a very nice place.
Greetings from Switzerland, Markus Weber
Why thank you! My ancestors were from Switzerland as well. The nickname of this valley is “Little Switzerland” due to its mountains and the large amount of swiss immigrants it had. Who knows–maybe we’re related!