Mt. Bachelor, Oregon

Mt. Bachelor, Oregon

Montana Sunset

Montana Sunset

Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Fire Buckets

Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Fire Buckets

Lake Quinault on the Olympic Peninsula

Lake Quinault on the Olympic Peninsula

Bitterroot Valley Hay Field

Bitterroot Valley Hay Field

Quick Notes

Well, the story is simple: After about 20 years of Web designing, development, and consulting I, Roger, am taking a break and refocusing my energies. What you see here is my new site that reflects these changes. Oh, sure, you will find the Portfolio page that has a bunch of the latest projects. Naturally, you will want to see those, right? But, you will also find all sorts of new and interesting things. I have a TON of material, and I want to keep it all here for you to discover.

Have fun looking around!

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Latest Posts

Tales from the Theatre: Writings from “Back In the Day”
Tales from the Theatre: Writings from “Back In the Day”
Waaaay back in 1988 I had an article published in the now-defunct Theatre Crafts magazine. I am making available a PDF of that article, "Sniper...
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Next Newsletter Coming Out Very Soon!
Next Newsletter Coming Out Very Soon!
My next newsletter it titled Your Camera + Your Web Site and is scheduled to go out on August 1. If you have not subscribed...
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Flying Home from Alaska – 1966 – Boeing 707 (maybe)
Flying Home from Alaska – 1966 – Boeing 707 (maybe)
Recently I put up a post about a trip to Alaska in 1966 on a Pacific Northern Airlines Boeing 720. In the collection of photos...
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CD Report: You’re Dreaming
CD Report: You’re Dreaming
The current version of Twin Peaks is probably the weirdest show on TV. But, David Lynch has managed to sneak into the episodes what I...
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Flying to Alaska in 1966 – Boeing 720
Flying to Alaska in 1966 – Boeing 720
Back in 1966 we flew to Alaska to visit relatives and do some good old "touristin'".   This was our first trip by airplane, and...
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The Curse of the Faulty Wagon, or, “Why Your Scenery Doesn’t Roll”
The Curse of the Faulty Wagon, or, “Why Your Scenery Doesn’t Roll”
Now, this issue we will go back in time to when I was designing and building theatrical scenery. One of the basic things that we...
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Featured Posts

Tales from the Theatre: Writings from “Back In the Day”
Tales from the Theatre: Writings from “Back In the Day”
Waaaay back in 1988 I had an article published in the now-defunct Theatre Crafts magazine. I am making available a PDF of that article, "Sniper...
Read More
Next Newsletter Coming Out Very Soon!
Next Newsletter Coming Out Very Soon!
My next newsletter it titled Your Camera + Your Web Site and is scheduled to go out on August 1. If you have not subscribed...
Read More
Flying Home from Alaska – 1966 – Boeing 707 (maybe)
Flying Home from Alaska – 1966 – Boeing 707 (maybe)
Recently I put up a post about a trip to Alaska in 1966 on a Pacific Northern Airlines Boeing 720. In the collection of photos...
Read More
CD Report: You’re Dreaming
CD Report: You’re Dreaming
The current version of Twin Peaks is probably the weirdest show on TV. But, David Lynch has managed to sneak into the episodes what I...
Read More
Flying to Alaska in 1966 – Boeing 720
Flying to Alaska in 1966 – Boeing 720
Back in 1966 we flew to Alaska to visit relatives and do some good old "touristin'".   This was our first trip by airplane, and...
Read More
The Curse of the Faulty Wagon, or, “Why Your Scenery Doesn’t Roll”
The Curse of the Faulty Wagon, or, “Why Your Scenery Doesn’t Roll”
Now, this issue we will go back in time to when I was designing and building theatrical scenery. One of the basic things that we...
Read More
What Is CDN and How Can It Help My Web Site?
What Is CDN and How Can It Help My Web Site?
CDN stands for “Content Delivery Network” and it is a very clever method of speeding up Web site data delivery. The behind-the-scenes implementation is complicated,...
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Dogs Welcome in Devon
Dogs Welcome in Devon

Newsletter Went Out Yesterday – Did You Miss It?

The Media Department, my new newsletter, went out yesterday.  Did you miss it? To see this latest issue, visit the Archives at https://www.lipera.com/newsletter-archive/. The issue that went out yesterday discussed images for the Web and explained why some photos can be blurry and other waaaay too large. Check it out. If …