Well, hello!

I’m so glad you dropped by—I was hoping to see you . . .

And I hope also that you find something here that is useful . . . or at least interesting.

Things here are organized sort of like a library. There are six metaphorical rooms, which you see in the blue bar above. This bar will appear on every webpage, and lingering on a room produces a dropdown menu that lists the contents—the bays in the room, as it were. Then, when you turn to one of these bays, another dropdown menu lists the shelves in the bay. So . . . by using the blue bar, you can always move to another room, another bay, or another shelf in the room you’re in. Here’s hoping that makes finding things a little bit simpler.

I’d love to hear from you . . . it’s been a while, hasn’t it? My email address is also in the blue bar: consider that as an invitation to write.

Stay as long as you like . . . wander at will . . . my house is your house . . . take care . . . be well . . .

One reply on “Greetings”

Hi Bill, I was in a class of yours in 1972-73 at the U of I. It was about the only class I enjoyed in four years so I still think of it from time to time and wish I’d taken more such classes. I call you “Bill” as I remember you saying that you didn’t feel like “Mr. Brooks” and you weren’t yet “Dr. Brooks” — I presume you have grown more comfortable with the one and earned the second. Glad to see you had a long and apparently successful career, and it’s interesting that you spent time in England which is an all-time favorite of mine. York is a great city in a beautiful region. Now get back to work completing your web site!

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