I started this website in the innocent days of the web when spam and
spoofing, identity theft and spyware were not a main concern of the
daily internet dialog. The time before social networking sites like
MySpace, Facebook, Flicker, Twitter and YouTube, when Yahoo was the
search engine of choice and Google was generally unheard of.
It was a time before Juno and MSN and Netzero, when 28k dialup
service providers were standard and 56k was state-of-the-art, when
e-mail addresses fluctuated with market currents as smaller
companies were swallowed by the great communications conglomerates.
I wanted a place to host pictures for my friends and family to
conveniently access along with a domain name and e-mail suffix that
would remain constant for years to come, so I registered chasar.net.
Later, as I branched out on my own to provide small businesses and
home users professional, effective and inexpensive IT service, I
used the site to showcase the services I provide along with some
information I feel helpful to the everyday user.
I've now come full circle and want to combine the
photo/writing/creative side with my technical experience.
The site is always under construction, so take a look around and see
what I've got so far.