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Donating to help support this website? © Copyright 2017, R. Fleischer This website was, and still is, designed, written, & maintained, by me, Snowbum. What happens to donations or to the Google advertising income? You may be surprised to find out that it may go towards purchasing motorcycle items for testing. Those items are almost always
then re-sold by me at a strongly discounted price after testing, usually are
listed at http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/sale.htm,
...and the money is again used similarly. Typically, I use the money several times. What about a situation in which the item is kept and not resold? This does not happen often; and when it does, I put my own money back into the pot, for continuing use. Once in awhile something is purchased, tested, and the item fails, and has to be discarded; or, is returned to the manufacturer, usually with information I provide to help them improve their product
(yes, I really do that). Direct donations:
What happens to the income from clicking on advertisements?
What happens to your donation?
How this website began & how it is run!
What about the future of this website?
What about the advertising you see at the top of most pages on this website?
The only "income" I get is the from people clicking & looking at Google advertising; and, an occasional sale from my http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/sale.htm page ...and from the rare donation. I can not control specific Google advertisements. I do not allow certain categories such as explicit sex ads.
Besides paying my internet service provider, and a rare piece of computer gear needed for the website (like a recent low priced SSD), what else is paid for?
Donating to help support this website?
© Copyright 2017, R. Fleischer
This website was, and still is, designed, written, & maintained, by me, Snowbum.
What happens to donations or to the Google advertising income?
You may be surprised to find out that it may go towards purchasing motorcycle items for testing. Those items are almost always then re-sold by me at a strongly discounted price after testing, usually are listed at http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/sale.htm, ...and the money is again used similarly. Typically, I use the money several times. What about a situation in which the item is kept and not resold? This does not happen often; and when it does, I put my own money back into the pot, for continuing use. Once in awhile something is purchased, tested, and the item fails, and has to be discarded; or, is returned to the manufacturer, usually with information I provide to help them improve their product (yes, I really do that).
Direct donations:If you want to contribute, there are several ways:
1. Clicking on various Google advertising's; and, then clicking on something in the advertisements. The income, while tiny, does add up, and clicking does not cost you anything but a few moments of your time. This is the primary way this website is supported. In a typical month, fewer than 400 people bother to click on any advertisements, out of tens of thousands looking at pages. The result is a jar of pennies, in effect. I leave it to you for conclusions!
2. You can use this link: https://www.paypal.me/snowbum. You can copy the E-mail link in this photo, and go to paypal.com and make a donation:
3. You could snail mail me a check. That is not a preferred method. Make the check out to: R. Fleischer.
2601 Alma Ave.
So. Lake Tahoe, California
I prefer to send thank-you's via E-mail, so please include a note inside your snail-mailing, with your E-mail address. I appreciate you introducing yourself should we be at the same event. If you do not furnish an E-mail address, thanks will be coming via snail mail, providing your envelope containing your check has a return address.
I DO NOT sell nor pass out E-addresses!
I DO NOT add your E-mail address to my address book!
I DO NOT keep track of who has donated!
I DO NOT spam folks!
I DO NOT say anything publicly, or on any forum of any kind, about your donation!
I DO NOT have cookies in my website coding!
I DO NOT have tracking beacons in my website coding!
These are absolute iron-clad policies.
I debated with myself for years before putting advertising on this website. I did not want this website to be 'commercial'. I wanted no conflicts of interest. I wanted the entire technical information portion of the website 100% free to anyone who wanted to look at it. I eventually put Google advertising on this website ....but only at the very top of the pages, in such as way that you can not mistake it as anything but advertising from companies contracting with Google.
I have never ever steered you to any company or person where I might gain personally or financially. I will never ever accept promotional fees, special arrangements, cross-website advertising, etc., from individuals nor companies, in return for endorsing them. These are also absolute iron-clad policies.
I have a for-sale or trade article http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/sale.htm. That is usually the only place in this entire website where I have something to sell (or, trade, or give away free!). There are also items on that page that I am looking for. I have a link to my electronics business, which helps people who need electronic repairs to find my business. I no longer have a business that does BMW repairs.
Due to how search engines operate (Bing, Google, DuckDuck, Yahoo, etc.), I would appreciate ...if you have a website ...if you would put a link to my website on your website. Putting links on Forums, lists, etc., can be helpful to me and others. I would prefer that link to be exactly this: http://bmwmotorcycletech.info The purpose of using that particular link, and not a link to my Technical Articles List, is to be sure the information is the latest edited version, and so that the viewer does see some articles, etc., only available on that HomePage. Whether or not you put my website address as a link on your site, or not, I will continue to recommend your site, or pertinent article, if I think it is good information, especially if it covers something I do not, or adds to my coverage.
This website is set up like a tree with branches, the top of the tree being the HomePage. That is not the Technical Articles Index Page.
In almost every instance, clicking on a link inside this website that points towards any other of my pages, will cause your browser to go to the internet to fetch that page, ...& not go directly to the page inside my site. The coding for links to my homepage and technical articles page are specifically coded to open the page in a separate TAB window on your computing device, for your convenience. My side is also coded to try to ensure that your device (Smart Phone? Desktop PC? Tablet?) is more likely to be better-formatted and thus display usably for you. Another way of saying all this is that my site is, more or less, also Mobile Friendly.
There is a problem that can not be 100% dealt with, even using 'no-caching code'. Your browser may cache (save) an old page of mine, and that's what you MIGHT get. You can usually fix this in Microsoft Windows, each time, by pressing Ctrl, holding it, and pressing button key F5. Usually that will cause a fresh loading and you will get the latest page version. It does not work for all browsers the same way, but do try it. For a MAC computer, use Command + R, or Apple + R.
Once in awhile computers get confused, and you cannot refresh and empty the cache properly. Using something like Ccleaner, available for internet download as a free program, directly from the makers, Piriform, will fix things.
This website was first placed on the Internet/www in 1999. I was just entering my sixties. At that time I did 100% of the website design & content by manual coding in HTML. There were hardly any decent pre-packaged websites available back then, & I did not use any. I originally designed this website to be simple, relatively easy to maintain, "usable" on any browser. My ISP was JPS.net, eventually purchased by Earthlink. I had a 'free' 10Mb of space. There soon came problems with that low amount of space, & limits of my control, and other technical problems. I then purchased independent ISP space & service. I also purchased my own domain name. The website has been greatly expanded over the years, presently it is ~112 Mb.
The primary browsers in 1999 were Internet Explorer & Netscape Navigator. Windows 95, 98, and NT2000, were still in wide use. Windows XP did not appear until at the end of 2001. We won't mention Windows ME. Today, while there are a lot of XP machines still in operation, we have Windows 7, 8, and 10, etc. Just about everything has changed since those early days. Browsers still, unfortunately, vary on how they display things to you, compared to what I might see on my monitor screen. It requires me to check my site on several browsers, primarily Google Chrome, but also Internet Explorer, Firefox, and occasionally Opera...and rarely some little known browser. Underlining & positioning of underlining is one of the variables, as are box & tables including their outline colors, displayed colors, layout, font sizes, text wrapped around images, etc. Somewhat later after I began this site we had more extensive use of drop-down boxes, but they did not always display reasonably the same, depending on one's Browser. I decided early-on to avoid a layout that used drop down boxes (or, having ones mouse pointer need to hover to see selections). I do hand-coding to try to avoid most problems. My coding & your browser may end up not being perfect.
Some have complained about the excessive use of fonts, colors, bolds, etc. I have slowly been fixing that sort of thing, and expect it to take until the end of 2018, or even longer, to complete the process.
The website is constantly being worked on; a week never passes without some work being done; and, often, it is a LOT of work done. Google says my big present coding works OK on desktop and small mobile devices.
One of the things I regret was not incorporating CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)(also sometimes called THEMES) as quickly as I could have at the beginning; and, even now, it is seldom used, and I have no plans to add CSS across the entire website, due to the very large amount of editing work that it would take to do it correctly. The result is that there are small to quite modest differences in layout on my pages.
My original intention was that this website was to be the repository, an encyclopedia, for Airhead knowledge, so that these bikes could be maintained and ridden for many decades after BMW stopped producing them in 1995. I wanted to have the vast majority of information ...& in great depth. Any needed knowledge in addition to what is on this website could be obtained, relatively fast, by posting a message onto the Airheads Internet Mailing List, or elsewhere's. I also started to provide links, which I now do extensively, to pertinent articles, photos, & videos, done by other folks.
I am well-aware that this website is not used to the extent it should & could be. Many folks that do know about it, find it 'easier' to post questions to the Airheads List or to the Airheads Facebook Page; or other popular Facebook pages; & such as the Forums on BMWMOA, and other forum-based sites. Unfortunately, altogether too often the responses are not complete enough, or result in too many 'guessing' answers from those who should not be posting; this is very particularly so on Facebook Groups. I also doubt folks use the Airheads LIST Archives much. I wish they would use my website more, & use my site's search function more. However, I am, more and more, showing links to others' articles, especially those with many photos and videos. Use of my site and a few others I show, will almost always provide the best information, over-all, for practical usage.
I put a number of my articles on the old airheads.org website, under Technical Tips. That site is no longer in existence, and the new http://www.airheads.org website had transferred-over many of those old articles of mine. I last reviewed them all in early 2016, after the new site was up and running. After thinking things over, regarding how information is found and used; and, considering my advancing age, in early 2017 I contacted the Airheads Beemer Club about putting specially edited copies of all my pertinent Airheads articles on their site. Before contacting them, I had thought about having a mirror of my site, but decided against it. I decided I needed something permanent, that could be run by others, in case I died. A decision was jointly made, between me and the ABC Board, that most of my information, as far as Airheads are concerned, would be put on the new org website. My Airhead-pertinent articles are presently being copied and placed on that site, specially edited, particularly to use a more standard layout and to eliminate font and color changes to the maximum reasonable amount. The ABC will get only most, not all, of my pertinent AIRHEAD articles. I expect it will be sometime in late 2019 before all my Airhead articles are copied and edited and placed onto the ABC site, as it is a lot of work for me, and a lot of work for the webmaster at airheads.org ...and he has a real regular job! In general, I am taking the 'opportunity' (well, a lot of labor is involved!) and doing much of the same to ALL MY articles, not just Airheads related ones on MY website.
I very much dislike Forum style discussions, and with the slow-to-download airheads.org site, I am not, at least at present, after trying several times, participating, except quite rarely, on the new .org site Forums. That might change in the future. As it is, most Q & A I do are on the Airheads LIST hosted by micapeak.com ....and some is on several Facebook Airheads pages. I dislike Facebook due to the lack of proper archives ....and that information provided benefits only a very few at any one time; but, many participate only on Facebook ....so, I do participate there, some;.....at least for now.
While I am a Member of the BMW MOA, and Adventure Riders, etc. ...I seldom participate on their forums now.
This website was not intended to be short & simplified minimalist articles. It was intended to cover things in depth. Sometimes I do write simpler step-by-step articles. This website is primarily designed to be a repository for deeply-detailed information. Much more information than you may need at any one time is usually in an article. The disadvantage is that you might have to wade-through a lot to find what you want. To reduce your searching efforts in my website for pertinent articles, or articles containing what you are interested in, I have included a very powerful Search Engine. Once you become familiar with this website & its search engine, you will be able to find things easily ...and it usually returns answers that might exist in various ways in several articles. This means the Search Engine, providing you ask it for the right information, will return everything that might be pertinent.
I utilized many sources for the technical knowledge on this website. Much came from my experiences, even as far back when the /2 models were sold new ...and, my involvement became much deeper when the /5 & /6 were the models being sold by dealers, as I was the Chief Technician & 'Head of the Shop' at a BMW dealership. For a long time I did trouble-shooting for several other shops where they had 'problems'. In other words, I was a 'Hired Troubleshooter'. Ever since I started working on BMW motorcycles, & even to the present time, I made extensive notes & I used a very high percentage of these for this website. Information also came from my experiences from being an Owner & Wrench on a number BMW bikes; and, from experiences at my own BMW repair, custom, modification shop. I collected information & made notes from information from Butler & Smith (actually some came from The Flanders Company too). Butler & Smith were the East Coast located BMW importers/distributors before the present BMWNA. After leaving my position as chief tech, I retained access to BMWNA-provided Technical Bulletins. I also obtained information from BMW dealerships, independent mechanics & shops, two official Friends Of The Marque, ....&... from owners. I had direct access to BMWNA.
Owners' input can be quite helpful, and even a necessity, whether about some hardly-known or unknown tech or problem, or asking questions & asking for help, on such as the Airheads internet mailing list, etc.
Unfortunately, a few independents ...and many dealerships ...try to sell you what they stock/sell, which may well not be what you should purchase (if anything!).
There have been other sources come forward, ....especially the last half dozen or so years. These 'other sources' are often professional wrenches; provide information, sometimes new ways of looking at things, & sometimes provide updated part numbers, information on parts fitment problems, etc. Input from known reliable sources, such as "guru's", & other professionals, are often acknowledged by name in this website. As noted, owners & riders also provide ideas for technical repair information/responses ...and I especially appreciate them contacting me when errors, even typos, are seen. There are a few private owners who are now doing excellent websites and even doing videos on repairs, restorations, etc. I add links in this website to their articles or websites. I had input from oil, tire and other manufacturer's from personal contacts & correspondence. Information on fuels, oils & greases, etc., came somewhat from my own testing & experience, but I obtained major information from engineering folks involved. This was also true for other items. I also attended college-level & industry engineering level seminars, etc., on subjects like lubrication. Information from engineers in various companies can be of particularly good use; many spoke freely. Many could have been fired for providing insider information. That was also the case with some other sources. The one source I could not get, that I really wanted, was to speak directly, even if unquotable, with BMW factory engineering and even Production folks. Many pages in this website, including, but hardly exclusively, http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/references.htm and http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/url.htm, will list or link to other people's websites or E-addresses. This does not mean I necessarily endorse them or their information. Some of these people I have worked with personally. I have numerous links on this website to websites or articles where I have had no or very little input, where I find information that might be valuable to you. In some instances I even provide links to articles where I disagree. I usually explain such. In quite a few instances I have not done articles on some subject because they were already well or adequately done by others. I will typically tell you where to find those articles, perhaps by a link and/or description. In some instances I have helped others do their articles, to be published in MOA-ON (BMW-ON), or other magazines, or on-line. I also have done seminars at BMWMOA National Rallies, Airheads TechDays, taught at SuperTech, and expect to continue to do seminars, etc. I have put tens of thousands of hours of labor into this website. I continue to update & work on it. I doubt I will ever stop while I am alive and capable. The primary purpose for this site is still the same; to give you the benefit on my & others' many years of experience, & to 'pass-on' that knowledge. My hope is that you will then pass on your knowledge (hopefully accurately!!!). ***There is a difference, often a huge one, between what I try to do for you on this website, versus some other sites (let alone commentary on various Forums and Lists, even some articles in magazines).
There have been other sources come forward, ....especially the last half dozen or so years. These 'other sources' are often professional wrenches; provide information, sometimes new ways of looking at things, & sometimes provide updated part numbers, information on parts fitment problems, etc. Input from known reliable sources, such as "guru's", & other professionals, are often acknowledged by name in this website. As noted, owners & riders also provide ideas for technical repair information/responses ...and I especially appreciate them contacting me when errors, even typos, are seen. There are a few private owners who are now doing excellent websites and even doing videos on repairs, restorations, etc. I add links in this website to their articles or websites.
I had input from oil, tire and other manufacturer's from personal contacts & correspondence. Information on fuels, oils & greases, etc., came somewhat from my own testing & experience, but I obtained major information from engineering folks involved. This was also true for other items. I also attended college-level & industry engineering level seminars, etc., on subjects like lubrication. Information from engineers in various companies can be of particularly good use; many spoke freely. Many could have been fired for providing insider information. That was also the case with some other sources. The one source I could not get, that I really wanted, was to speak directly, even if unquotable, with BMW factory engineering and even Production folks.
Many pages in this website, including, but hardly exclusively, http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/references.htm and http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/url.htm, will list or link to other people's websites or E-addresses. This does not mean I necessarily endorse them or their information. Some of these people I have worked with personally. I have numerous links on this website to websites or articles where I have had no or very little input, where I find information that might be valuable to you. In some instances I even provide links to articles where I disagree. I usually explain such. In quite a few instances I have not done articles on some subject because they were already well or adequately done by others. I will typically tell you where to find those articles, perhaps by a link and/or description. In some instances I have helped others do their articles, to be published in MOA-ON (BMW-ON), or other magazines, or on-line. I also have done seminars at BMWMOA National Rallies, Airheads TechDays, taught at SuperTech, and expect to continue to do seminars, etc.
I have put tens of thousands of hours of labor into this website. I continue to update & work on it. I doubt I will ever stop while I am alive and capable.
The primary purpose for this site is still the same; to give you the benefit on my & others' many years of experience, & to 'pass-on' that knowledge. My hope is that you will then pass on your knowledge (hopefully accurately!!!).
***There is a difference, often a huge one, between what I try to do for you on this website, versus some other sites (let alone commentary on various Forums and Lists, even some articles in magazines).
Except for http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/sale.htm, I am not trying to "sell" you something. I think I do a good job at avoiding personal or business bias in my information on this website.
This website has always been set-up for free access for everyone. I have never blocked anyone from access; nor charged for access.
I also do articles for general information:
Two major examples on this website are http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/boxerelectrics.htm , which includes a section on basic electricity; and, an article on basic oil and lubrication theory: http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/oilessay.htm. These are hardly the only general use articles.
As the years passed, I incorporated sections of this website for K bike owners; Oilhead owners; Sidecar owners; & some things were written for general vehicle maintenance. I do a lot of reading, attend TechDays, Seminars, etc. I am active on some forums & some Lists. I am a Moderator/Administrator on some. I cannot be an expert on all BMW motorcycles. I have drawn the line with the last of the early Oilheads & also for bikes after the K1100 (well, maybe a bit of K1200). I will be not be working on nor doing technical writing about the newer/newest BMW bikes; approximately, not after the mid-nineties bikes. Of course some articles are applicable to any bike, any year. Except for my own bikes & my own sidecar rig, & a TechDay, & a very rare job for an old customer, I am no longer working on other folks' bikes, and will not accept such work.
I hope my articles do not come across as my being some sort of snobby know-it-all.
I also write under two pen-names for magazines. No, you will not be informed about those. If you happen to find out what that pen name is, and what magazines, please keep it to yourself!
Besides what I have already mentioned, what's up for the future for this website?
I may do a few more basic step-by-step beginner's articles. Those new articles would be specifically written to get those new to the BMW bikes a quick education on owning, riding, servicing. In that regard, I may also continue to modify some of my existing articles to include such. BTW ...this site has an article describing my viewpoint on what service jobs can be done by someone, depending on their level of knowledge: http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/gettingstarted.htm
I suggest you don't fail to scan the entire HomePage. See what articles are listed towards the bottom; after wading through my photos and other commentaries, jokes, whatever; ....Many articles are not available from the Technical Articles List Page ....and may be overlooked.
I will continue to edit, update & improve existing articles. I will occasionally add a new article when I see a need ...or perhaps you or others suggest something. I will continue to purchase items for testing, although that is now being greatly reduced DUE TO THE FALLOFF OF DONATIONS AND ON ADVERTISING CLICKS INCOME. I resell tested items to re-coupe some costs. I expect to continue this until the donation & advertising clicks income fall off to where I would personally be expending a substantial amount of money. The over-all trend of donations & advertising clicks has already been dropping off, due to many who are using Facebook pages and also due to use of small screen devices, whose users don't click on my Google advertisements hardly ever....so purchase of items has slowed down. The trend is increasing, and I can foresee stopping such testing, perhaps by late 2018.
I have thought about occasional hands-on CLINICS, which would be more intense than weekend TechDays or Seminars at such as BMW-MOA National Rallies. I doubt I will organize my own Clinics, due to my age. Should there come about a yearly West Coast SuperTech, I am sure I would participate. I may attend the Maryland-based SuperTech.
I dropped the idea of purchasing a video camera & setting up some sort of studio here for making how-to videos or just well-illustrated articles, because others are doing it, some quite well, such as Brook Reams. Another reason is the problem of trying to replace or edit them as time goes on.
I came to realize that I may have been wrong in not doing certain articles on such as overhauling the engine bottom end, transmission & rear drive. Each of these three items, but especially the transmission, would require a hugely long article, in order to fully treat the subject for all years, all models, and every little or major change that came about. There are less than a dozen people that do these jobs properly in the USA/Canada area.
Due to the lack of technical overhaul information that has been written & published, I had thought I might yet do these articles. I made a final decision on that, at the end of 2016. Due to my age and the enormous amount of effort, I will not.
I joined the ABC in the 1990's. For many years I have participated on the Airheads mailing list (a FREE List type service hosted by Micapeak.com). Long before any of the current "guru's" were on that list ....it was just about only me that was, in practice, the only major source of serious technical information on that LIST. Some on that LIST, including the Moderators & Administrators (I am now one of those), used to have a fun 'monthly contest' on who posted the most lines of text. I used to 'win' the contest nearly every month. I'm verbose anyway ....just consider the length of the article you are now reading!
It was a sometimes heady, sometimes frustrating, often rewarding experience. It was really the beginning era of mass communications availability, ...including for such as maintaining Airheads. As you can see, I tend to be verbose anyway; much of that wordiness is because I try to provide full information, including nuances, on anything I post about. I view myself more or less as a TEACHER. Perhaps a boring-you teacher? YES ...I have teaching certificates & have taught in actual structured classes, at UCLA, & elsewhere's. My courses offered a very brief synopsis, then came the detailed subject analysis, and then a wrap-up. Fun fact (?): Long ago I occasionally shotgun-fired 'problem questions' at students, who had to instantly reply....all to see what it took to overload them, that is, to force them to THINK, think quickly too. I also gave students problem questions that required an essay on just that one narrow question. That also forced them to think, very slowly, very deliberately. I did BOTH methods in class, sometimes.
There are instances where I am not verbose, but overly succinct, or leave out information on purpose ...specifically pertinent are instances where I approach a subject in a way that is specifically designed by me to make the listener/reader THINK. Thinking-through a problem is very important for the long-run approach to being a good technician.
Some well-informed & experienced people now participate on the Airheads LIST, relieving the load on me tremendously. There are/were a few on the Kbmw tech list. Not to mention those who have LEARNED, and who participate in the discussions. I TRULY APPRECIATE THEM. It strokes my ego to think that some of their knowledge came from me. In truth, much of the old-timers knowledge has been passed on to me, too. It is true that in many ways we learn by teaching: docendo discimus
Unfortunately, the various Facebook Airheads groups pages have way too much nonsense, wrong advice, bad advice, 'argumentative help' etc. Facebook pages also are filled with 'look at me' and even extraneous items, advertisements, etc. It takes a lot of my time to wade through it all. It's difficult for those using Facebook pages to determine who really knows things and can be relied-upon for advice. I hope that matures over time, BUT ......it has gotten worse. Facebook is, IMO, a LOUSY forum for technical advice. Just try to find any advice a month later. Just try to separate facts from blithering nonsense and 'guesses', not to mention getting off-topic.
I participate on the Airheads List; AirheadsBeemer Facebook & two other Facebook groups; two sidecar lists; the IBMWR.org tech list; LeBlond Lathe list; Kbmw list, and quite rarely on airheads.org forum, BMWMOA.org, and ....almost never on ADVrider, which I find to be another place for lots of nonsense & bad advice. I do not participate on model-specific airheads sites, such as the R90S ....although I may, now and then, participate on the slash 5 site. If I was still running a BMW repair business, I could NOT afford the time to do even 10% of what I do.
I have a commercial website, http://fleischerelectronicsservice.com that is for my electronics repair business. It does not have Google advertising on it. As with my BMW site you are reading this on, there are no cookies & no web-beacons placed by me in my websites. I work a quite modest amount of time per week on electronics repairs for customers, mostly musicians. The business is for sale, for about $15K, if you know anyone who may be interested. Once sold, I will retire to doing more BMW technical articles, attending more BMW events .... & maybe some travel & fun!
I do a fair amount of 'charity' work, some is through my Kiwanis Club. Similarly, for free, I maintain computers for a few other folks, including the local Seniors Center, where I maintain/service the entire computer network.
What about the http://bmwmotorcycletech.info/prostatecancer.htm article? The article stands and speaks for itself. It was peer-reviewed and by recognized Doctor's, specialists in prostate cancer. It is hard-core accurate information. I try to keep it current.
Sooner or later everyone dies. All my assets, including this website, are held in a Trust. My successor trustee and/or heir has instructions on what should be done with this website after I die (or, horrors! ...am incapacitated). The website will continue to be available on the Internet for some time. The website will eventually disappear. What will be done with the majority of the technical articles on this website has been decided. Technical articles are publicly available and slowly being placed on the ABC site as earlier mentioned in this article. I hope to have that completed long before I die. This is being done because neither I, nor Penny, want Penny to have to deal with the websites.
MY website ... in its entirety (that is, as it stands presently, with the technical and personal articles), will remain on the Internet until such time that costs to maintain its presence are higher than donations & Google advertising combined. Sometime after that point is reached, the renting of internet space from the ISP ...and domain name eventually too, ...all ...will not be renewed, & the website will disappear. As a general policy, I pay for the costs for the website 2 years in advance. Penny will not be paying for keeping the website on the internet, after I die. Note that my articles on things NOT specific to Airheads, will disappear, except for wherever they might have been saved.Do a Google search, Google might even save my entire site.
Use my website information wisely and morally, and pass on knowledge. PLEASE TRY TO DO THAT ACCURATELY.
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