HPLX.NET EDITORIALS 8-5-1998
A Brief Explanatory Editorial
Many of you have been wondering about the appearance of this new site, hplx.net. Where did it come from? Why is it here? How can it help you make a quick buck? This editorial answers those questions and many, many more.
This site was created on its own web server, running Red Hat Linux, because... well, quite frankly, the old coyote.accessnv.com/davidsa/hp site was getting just a bit too cumbersome to type in every time. Whammo! Here we are. Currently it's only connected via a 56K modem, but someday we'll be upgrading to a 1.5Mbps down / 256Kbps up cable modem connection, and then you'll notice it really scream.
The site is here because of the demands of the 200LX community, because we all have hopes and dreams... or something along those lines.
It can't really help you make a quick buck, unless you win a contest.
I really should put more on here, but I'm really rather busy trying to get this all set up... so you'll have to excuse me.
Copyright 1999, David Sargeant.
Last Updated 1-2-1999