- Classic cars (restoration and enjoyment of…). Active member of the MOPAR Power Club of Long Island since 1993.
- Building and using remote control cars and trucks.
- Computers (assembly, configuration, general tinkering)
- Web site design and development. Lee Herman’s MOPAR Page was originally created in 1996 and has grown in size, scope, complexity, and popularity since. Receiving 4,000 “hits” per month as of June 2000.
- Electronics in general, including home theater (audio & video).
- Music (listening, not performing – mostly vintage rock and soul/R&B)
ABOUT THE P.C. USED TO CREATE MY WEB PAGE
- Pentium 4 based, 1.8 gHz processor. Asus P4S333 main board, 512Mbyte RAM, 512K pipeline cache
- Adaptec AHA-2930 PCI bus mastering SCSI interface card
- Hard drives: Maxtor 40 Gbyte 7200 RPM + Western Digital 80 Gbyte
- Seagate 8GB internal tape back-up drive
- 3 1/2″ floppy drive
- Panasonic 24X SCSI CD-ROM reader
- Nakamichi MBR-7.4 seven disc CD-ROM changer – External SCSI
- Creative Labs 5X DVD/CD-ROM drive
- Smart and Friendly CD-RW 426 CD-Rewriteable drive (4X write, 2X re-write, 6X read) external SCSI
- HP 9200i CD-RW drive (8X write, 4X re-write, 32X read) internal SCSI
- Sound Blaster Live “MP3 edition” sound card with IDE interface for CD-ROM
- ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon AGP 2x video card w/32mbytes DDR memory
- ViewSonic G810 21″ monitor configured at 1152 X 864 DPI, 24 bit color
- Cable modem
- Hewlett Packard 3C scanner
- Hewlett Packard Photosmart scanner (used primarily for 35MM slides and negatives).
- Nikon Coolpix 950 digital camera/Simple Technology USB Compact Flashcard reader. Most photos added to the site since July 1999 have been taken with this camera.
- Snappy video digitizer
- Epson Stylus 600 printer
- Currently running Windows 2000 Professional, MS Office 2000 Premium, Netscape Communicator 4.78
- Website created with Microsoft FrontPage 2000, animated graphics created with the GIF Construction Set by Alchemy Mindworks. Other graphic work done with JASC PaintShop Professional v5.0
The system was built and configured by me.