Filled with the nostalgia of my multiple workings at the extinct Geocities, I decided to start this one...
Vital Updates as per the current events:
[The image of me is one from my class of "Arreolanza", my book, which was presented on the 27 of Nov., 2018, at the "Casa Taller Literario Juan José Arreola", Zapotán el Grande, MX, at about 9 P.M.; I am requesting that his original vignettes of 1963, including its cover, be restored in his book "La feria"! (Note: In the image above: "A" corresponds to the original edition of 1963 of "La feria" ("The Fair", which is the purple cover), and "B", which corresponds to its adulterated edition by "Joaquín Mortiz" of 1971 (the red cover, above))]
However, I will tray to keep this site as simple as possible: the important thing is what is being said, the information, more than any of the aesthetics adorning it. This time I wish to keep a record of it from day one, as to prevent what has happened in the past: The loss of all my numerous and unlinked, never recovered again, files and information due to the unilateral decision of their last owners...: https://fdocc.neocities.org (Archived).
So, my name as a writer of scientific articles is Fernando Castro-Chavez and the language I was born is the Spanish, so here I hope to put things both in English, my adopted language, and in Spanish, my native tongue.
So the list of things that will be included in what my life is and aspires to be, is the next one:
Now, I have put "Wife" and "Family" last, not because they are the least important, but because at the current time of me writing this things, today, this morning(15/01/19), they today are still like a dream, like an ilusion that are more slowly than what I wanted, coming to me... another thing, that may be the eight point, not by my personal desires but as the real need once having the last two points stated before, will be:
Notice that I have put it within quotation marks, as it is something that will be "necessary", I think, under the current fallen conditions of reality... And well, maybe the number nine will be, to bind the rest of things that are interesting or important to me, which are music and visuals (also in quotemarks as I did put in the fourth number above a piece of it, plus others after that as they may appear, either by the family or by the circumstances...):
And, of course, I was unable to leave aside a page where I could link music and other memorable things of my life:
And, in my desire to promote new writers, I leave to you this new page: Y, en mi deseo de promover a nuevos escritores, les dejo esta nueva página:
And next is the way in which this same page of mine has been catalogued by LinkedIn, where I have some of my working things:
And then, my conversation with my best headhunter: Michael Jagdeo, living in Canada, regarding this my homepage, which according to me is in "the neighborhood" of: "The son of Geocitites" (Hehee):
Then, we used to have MIDI melodies putting the ambience of our old Geocities homepages (but..., after a while that same music got annoying and... once saved at the "Archive.org", every time I open there those my old pages that had such MIDI music, an annoying download of that MIDI file always happens! With no way now to prevent that to happen), and for those reasons: Here, instead of putting an "automatic" annoying MIDI, I put the link to an mp3 that I really like as a background related music for this my first page, and in such a discrete "modern" way, I will be "musicalizing" the rest of my pages: I hope you like this, an original music that was my favorite in the good-ol' 80s from Guadalajara, MX (Ah! And I myself did also the capture of this melody on the Archive two days ago, for y'all to enjoy it!):
Wishing to keep the original presentation of this free hosting site for the historical record, here we have it:
This is a paragraph! Here's how you make a link: Neocities.
Here's how you can make bold and italic text.
Here's how you can add an image:
The link to the editor that you always forget:
Here's how to make a list:
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