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  • About kshipp
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    Professional photographer, web & software developer
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    Arkansas
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  • Last Activity: 09-02-2016 05:24 PM
  • Join Date: 08-19-2004

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  1. Bertrand Daoust
    03-08-2011 10:22 AM
    Hi Kelly,

    I had the intake and cam covers powder coated by a shop in Ottawa, Ontario.
    I did the lettering on the intake myself. I used computer cut vinyl to do it.

    Thank you.
    Bertrand.
  2. 10-05-2010 07:19 PM
    Hi Kelly, sorry about the late response. Don't check here very often.

    My wheels are Tire Rack 19" Sport Edition Cup 4 with Michelin PS2. They are relatively inexpensive and look terrific. I get lots of positive comments on them. Send me an email if you have additional questions or need more info. [email protected]

    Thanks. Chuck
  3. kshipp
    10-03-2009 12:16 AM
    Thanks for the message. I forget to check for DM's sometimes. Feel free to send me e-mails if you don't get a response.

    I actually started around 1980-ish programming on a Radio Shack TRS-80, then purchased an Atari-800 (with an extra 16K of RAM!) and wrote some interesting architecture/graphic programs. Then progressed into Fortran IV and Fortran 77 during high school, then mainframe IBM/370 Assembler after college. Now, I specialize in web development (PHP, etc) and software development (Delphi, etc).
    Sadly, this economy has really hit this small company I'm working for, so if I don't get some gigs soon, I may be looking for work. :/
  4. 911tracker85
    10-01-2009 05:10 PM
    since the 'career' thread has become soooo lonnnggg, thought I drop you a PM.

    hmmm... mainframe assembler programmer. that is how I got started in the compter industry in 1974 when I encountred the rude realization a PhD mathematician does not find a job. I shifted into networking a long time ago.

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