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What is the origin of your two Internet nicknames, "Wolfey" and "WolfeDen3"?
What HTML program do you use to create these webpages?
Speaking of programs and such, can you tell me which ones you use, as well as the kind of computer you have?

What is the origin of your Internet nicknames, "Wolfey" and "WolfeDen3"?
Well, a long time ago (circa 1994-1995), I was using my old Gateway computer, and I asked my parents for Internet access. My dad decided to get AOL, seeing as it was the only service available at that time in our area...When we needed a screen name, my dad suggested "WolfeDen3", since there are three members in the family (my Dad, my Mom, and myself), and for the obvious reason that our last name was "Wolfe". That, my friends, is the origin of "WolfeDen3".

As far as "Wolfey" goes...This one has a simple origin. Empy Claw, of ClawCo. and Evermore, referred to me by that name quite often. I then saw that this would be a great replacement for "WolfeDen3", which I was getting tired of using for a few reasons: I didn't like having a number in the name, I wanted something shorter than the current one, and I wanted something where you couldn't forget the "e" at the end (people constantly forget to put that in =P)...And "Wolfey" had all of those: No number, it's short, and you can clearly tell there's an "e" in it when you say it =D

What HTML program do you use to create these webpages?
Right now, I am using Arachnophilia (version 4.0) to create pretty much every webpage I make now. I prefer this program over NotePad because I can open multiple pages at one time (instead of opening a seperate version of NotePad for each page). I can't leave FrontPage Express or AOLPress out of the list, either...Though I really don't use them anymore for creating webpages, I learned some very important HTML commands as a result of messing around on them...But all in all, Arachnophilia is my choice of an HTML editor to use for webpage coding.

Speaking of programs and such, can you tell me which ones you use, as well as the kind of computer you have?
OK, first off, I'll list what kind of computers I have: The old one is a custom-built tower system (made by Armstrong Microsystems) running Windows 98 Second Edition, with a 400 MHz Pentium II processor, 128 MB RAM, a 30 GB hard drive, and a 17" monitor. The resolution has been set to 800 × 600 pixels, with a 24-bit color depth. The new one is also a custom-built tower system (made by the same company) running Windows 2000 Service Pack 3, with a 2.4 GHz Pentium IV processor, 512 MB RAM, a 120 GB hard drive, and a 19" flat screen CRT monitor. The resolution has been set to 1,024 × 768 pixels, with a 32-bit color depth.

The equipment I use with my new computer includes an Altec Lansing ATP3 2.1 speaker system, an EPSON Perfection 1640SU flatbed scanner, a Fujifilm USB Drive (256 MB), a Hewlett-Packard 2000Cxi inkjet printer, a Kodak DC215 zoom digital camera, a Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0, a Microsoft Natural keyboard, a Netgear RT311 gateway router, and a Netgear FS605 5-port Fast Ethernet switch, a SanDisk ImageMate 6 in 1 card reader/writer, and a Toshiba PCX2200 cable modem.

And now, here are the programs (new computer only; all programs are assumed to be the most recent versions of each, unless specified otherwise):

Ad-Aware, Arachnophilia 4.0, Atomic Clock Sync, CuteFTP 4.0, GIMP, IrfanView, Microangelo Suite, Microsoft Office 2000 (Premium Suite), Mozilla, Norton AntiVirus 2003, Paint Shop Pro 8, Roxio Easy CD Creator Platinum, Spybot - Search & Destroy, StickIt, Trillian 0.74 (with Patch D), Weather Watcher, WinAmp 2.91, WinMX, WinZip, and Xenu's Link Sleuth.

Unless otherwise stated, all data/pictures/etc. on this website are either copyrighted by me or their respective owners. If, for some reason, you really want to use something off of my site for your own personal website, at least be kind enough to ask first...

But don't get your hopes up, there is a near-100% chance I'll deny letting you use something off of the site, to avoid having my site be, for the most part, "ripped off"...Things I probably will let you have anyways (though I'd still like to have you ask me for permission first to use them) are:

  • Ideas/layouts from the site, which I technically hold no copyright to, but I'd still like to know if you're going to use them since they could involve things that are copyrighted,
  • Pictures from the Funny Screenshots page, especially the Unedited ones...If you're using an Edited one, be sure to credit me for it, and
  • MIDI files from the Music page, since I didn't create any of them...Though you still should give credits to the creator of the MIDI for making it for you to hear.
That's about all I can say for the Disclaimer, but I'd better make one final statement:

If you steal anything from this site (which means you didn't get permission off of me to use something from it), I hope you feel guilty for what you have done...And hopefully you'll have the human decency to come to me and apologize for stealing the material...I'll probably let you go after that since you apologized, but you will have to remove what you have taken from the site as a punishment for your crime...And this also means you're going to have a harder time being a friend to me as a result.

I hope that didn't sound too harsh...I just wanted to make my point clear: Steal anything from the site and you will pay for it in one way or another.

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