[note background=”#F0F0F0″]This is a guest post by my friend, Bill Butler. He is a John Maxwell certified coach, an author and an incredible human being with a motto to Be Love To Others. Bill is also an integral part of our Krishna World Wide Team. Please feel free to connect with him on Facebook, Twitter or Google+[/note]
On my own website, I write about life improvement, personal development and leadership. But on occasion, I write technical posts on other sites, and Kumar's website is the perfect place for such a blog post.
I've been blogging for just over a year, and I've learned a great deal how things have changed since the “olden days” of pure HTML. In the late 70's/early 80's when a new home PC would cost you up to $6000, I got involved, first by learning everything I could about the internal workings.
I loved it so much that I took Systems Analysis at college and got so good at it, I decided to run my own business on the side. I was working full-time in the Police Dept. even way back then, and running around on days off and spare time installing networks, troubleshooting, and building/selling/repairing computers. Sales of voice recognition cards also became big business as well.