BaedonWebz is an Internet Webzine that is updated on an irregular basis. Topics you will find here include: Theology, Writing, and editorial pieces with other odd bits thrown in. Other features include re-fabricating of something that once existed on the Internet and has since disappeared into obscurity. When this happens, it isn’t an attempt to take credit for the original content, but to share it with a new generation of Internet citizens.
You may see the following bylines: Henry, Baedon. These are the same person.
As a student of the world in which we all live, Henry hopes to learn all he can and pass the tests of time. There is so much out there to learn and digest, one lifetime doesn’t seem enough to experience it, but he is doing the best he can.
Henry has been online in one form or another for over 20 years. He started out on a Commodore 64 with a 300 bits-per-second modem connecting to local BBSes and ran a BBS called” The Grapevine”. He experienced the hay-day of the BBS and Multi-Node/Multi-City BBSes. That’s how he found the Internet, using the text browser LYNX. He was hooked. In the late 1990s he finally bought an IBM and obtained an AOL account, and was soon exploring the Internet graphically.
Henry is also interested in World Religions and has studied many faiths. By no means an expert, he still shares what he has discovered with over 20 years of study and exploration.
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