About Chuck and this site.

Allie's picture of me

 

This is Chuck Arning (me) as drawn by my daughter Allie and when I first saw this picture I knew this is how I would forever see myself.

 

 

With everything in an electronic format sometime the material becomes lost in the never ending stream of the flow of life. The covers that contained the art that was our visual triggers lost.  You just click and you are started on the next mental adventure. I’ve starting trying to document every book, album or movie I experience.

In this site I’m going to post those thoughts as well as trips taken and places I’ve dined.

This year I challenged myself to document each day and the things I do. I’m going to make this the best documented year of my life.This means I’ll be doing lots of posting. Most of daily documentation will be private, but the reviews I will be sharing.

 

This is Chuck Arning (me) as drawn by my daughter Allie and when I first saw this picture I knew this is how I would forever see myself. I’ve been working on the Internet now for all of her of her twelve years. The Internet is a astonishing place filled with all the information and misinformation we could ever want to know. My occupational labors with the Internet have helped produce http:inter800.com and http://webstyler.com both which consume much of my time. My days are up at 5:30 and off to play Racquetball for an hour and swim for 1/2 hour, then I bike and ride the bus to the office. Spend my day at the office, with lunch (always a salad) at my desk and then bus/bike home. In my spare time I love to read listen to music and watch movies. One of my many flaws (which my Wife endures) is I’m a collector, books movies, magazines and albums (CD’s for you younger readers). The room where my computer resides at home also holds about 5000 albums, they cover the walls floor to ceiling. My music collection list makes up a 23 MB pdf file, which is not posted on this site. With my books I have only cataloged the hardbacks and you can find a listing of these at http://www.librarything.com/profile/arning. If you visit this link you will find that I read mostly about history, I stopped reading fiction when I started using the Internet. Just don’t have the time to read that I use to, but I still try to get in a least three books a month. My DVD collection is cataloged at http://www.intervocative.com/dvdcollection.aspx/arning. Some of these movies I may never watch again, but we don’t go to the movies and I never spend more than $8(same as a movie ticket) per DVD. With the DVD if I want to watch the movie again I can.

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