I support www.elephantswithoutborders.org doyou?
Build web sites for a living, along with Internet Marketing. If you need a website, domain registration, databases, newsletters or anything internet related contact me.
I like meeting people and talking about issues of interest, but get really bored with mundane BS. Quotes like “we are going to war so there can be peace” is about as inane as one can get and how many presidents in history have said it. It should be more along the lines of “we are going to war so I can get rich”
Worked for KZN Wildlife (aka Natal Parks Board) for 9 years as a contractor. Developed their website which was a huge success. Unfortunately all the success we developed has been lost since we left due to the site being redeveloped without a planned strategy.
Born and breed in Que Que, Zimbabwe, then lived in Chakari with some time in Harare at college and Byo in the army 98th Intake and some time in the sticks.
When I left Zim I moved to Durban, then went to America for a year, then Johannesburg, Howick and then back to Johannesburg, aaaah and back to Durban. If I had a choice I would go back to Zim, but I got deported (from my country of birth, how the hell does that happen). There is something about Durban in my genes, my great, great (not sure how many greats) relative of some sort was one of the first mayors of Durban and there is a street named after him. Tyzack.
I am concerned about global warming and I am very keen to find economical, alternate energy sources but do not have the time or resources to persue this. I believe my father invented the “Hamilton boiler” which produced tremendous heat from very little energy unfortunately he did not leave me the drawing, or else I would be writing this from my yacht near some exotic island, but I do have a concept of what would work.
Passionate about conservation and issues like the increase in Rhino poaching, culling of elephant, the decline in conservation, are someof the things that need to be resolved and I am enjoying working with some of the people who are doing something about real research.
Canoed down the Zambezi from Kariba to the sea (1970 – 1000km) then canoed the coast from the Zambezi mouth to Beira in Mozambique (2003 – 360km), now this is a story to be told. I have photos and stuff and need to sit down and write it, add some pages to this site. In theory I stand as the only person who has travelled from Kariba to Beira. At the time it was considered insane, in retrospect is was an adveture of a life time.
I really enjoy photography with thousands of photos sitting on a hard drive, one day they will see the light of day on this website, it is on my bucket list along with “not working day, nights and weekeds”.
I would like to see some of the major issues in the world sorted out, like war, corrupt governments, drugs, child abuse, violation of woman rights and getting rid of all the psychiatrists and their puppets who cause this crap in the first place.