Welcome to Ray's Website, or if this is a return visit - then welcome back!
I'm Ray Broniak and this is where my web persona hangs out 24 hours a day and
365 days each year. I've been here at Geocities for about a year now! I
transfered over here when I moved down to North Carolina in the fall of '96.
It's a big change from Michigan, but I really like it alot. Janice and I
have been seeing each other now for about 8 months - I like that alot too!
Come in and browse around, maybe you'll see something interesting. If you
do drop me a note, I'll be interested in hearing from you. You can
check out the biography to find out some more.
If you're interested in learning to program TI's latest organizer, the AVIGO then check out the AVIGO developement page. I'm trying to find some brave souls to help write applications for the device. Also be sure to check out the new Photo Album to see all the latest photos that I've put together. Some of them are as old as me and they are all interesting reading. And when you're done there, be sure to stop over at Sights and Sounds for a sample of some original multimedia creations that I've put together.
As you can see, I'm a StarTrek fan, although I don't consider myself a diehard Trekkie. But what I really enjoy is computer graphics and Digital Video graphics. I have a Digital Perception video card that can generate Hi resolution NTSC video animations or commercials. If you need someone to put together a video or a website for you, drop me an E-mail at Raychem or at IntrexNet, and we can talk.
And don't forget to check out the Net Links before you leave. I've only put in a dozen or so but they are good friends and places that I visit on a regular basis. I hope you'll find someplace new that you've never been to before.
I guess that's all for now... Thanks for stopping by and be sure to book mark this place so you can come back again. I'll try to update the stuff so there will be something new to look at when you come back. Until next time, take care, and I'll be wishing you all the best in your net travels.
So long... - Ray Broniak