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Welcome. My name is Jared Rimer and welcome to my personal page. I hope you enjoy your stay and feel free to contact me using the E-mail link at the bottom of the page to contact me. For ease of use, I use headings to distinguish different sections of the web site. If you have questions, please let me know.
Well, you want to know a little about me? I was born on December 24, 1980 in Tarzana, California. I live in Woodland Hills, California. Both places mentioned are in the San Fernando valley of Los Angeles County. I was born blind, with what I understand a detached retina. I can see peripherally out of my left eye. That's all I can really tell you about me.
I have been using a computer since about 1990 when I was in elementary school. I learned how to type when I was young. I don't remember the computer I started on, but I know it wasn't with speech as the software being used was a typing program. I don't know the name of that software, but I know that I had to be shown everything as it was visual. As I grew up, and went to a different school, I started my first computer with speech. It was an apple running a program called Word Talk from GW Micro, Inc. and the brailling component called Braille Talk.
Then, I moved to the IBM in about 1992 maybe 1993 with Vocal-Eyes from the same company GW Micro. I have a DecTalk PC, and I also have a sounding board, which I didn't really like. I probably still won't. I also have a DecTalk express which I currently use, as now I'm running under Windows XP and DOS really doesn't exist in XP or 2000.
When I was introduced to Windows, I didn't know about JAWS for Windows from Henter Joyce. They are now Freedom Scientific today. So I only played checkers in Windows and did most of my work in DOS.
GW Micro, Inc. came out with Window-Eyes in 1995. That's what I currently use. I did have JAWS when I was working on learning how to compose music with CakeWalk at a music school, but I don't really like it, and prefer Window-Eyes over JFW. Window-Eyes has released 6.1 of their software on April 11, 2007 and Freedom Scientific released JFW 9.0 around December 2007. I think it was back in 2003 or 2004 Freedom Scientific bought out Henter Joyce, and now the name sticks. Click on the links for the companies to learn more about them.
You want to know about Superior Software Level One about now right? Well, you can click on the link to go directly there. I can do simple web pages such as this one. All the pricing is available on the support page above. I used to do this for free, for several years, since about I think 1999, but starting 2002 I started charging. I also have an E-mail list to which you can subscribe. Its an announcement list only, which means I am the only one allowed to post to it. I send out virus information to my subscribers, and any articles that I feel of importance. You may subscribe to it by simply It is pre-addressed, so just send the message. Topica Inc. will send you a message asking you to confirm the subscription. Follow the instructions. Want to know more about other lists I manage? Click here to go to the E-mail lists page. You will be surprised what I run and help with. The business is still open, however, it is not my focus any more.
Above is a logo that is tagged, "MENVI logo." In print, under a blue type of background in big capital letters says MENVI. MENVI is the music education network for the visually impaired. Click here to go to MENVI's home page. I run it when I have time, and things need to be added. I enjoy it, and in time it will benefit the members. It includes an articles page, a newsletter page which includes all the newsletters up to the present, and a subscriptions page to which I run lists under Topica for the benefit of the members. The discussion list is on our MENVI domain, while the announcement list is still at Topica. SSI is not responsible for those lists in any way. You can only join the discussion list if you are a registered member however, so keep that in mind when getting rejected.
The Technology blog and podcast web site now hosts all the technology. I think its better that way. Enjoy the podcast and leave your comments.
I have other blogs and podcasts to which I manage. They are all going to be listed here for your convenience over at the Podcast page. I can definately blog over at the personal podcast, but I choose to have that as an audio blog and podcast instead of a written one. Some of the material may be for adults only, so keep that in mind. I hope you will enjoy them. As of December 13, 2006 or a few days ago, the podcast page has been updated with my live journal and some time before that, I added a new program which has been around before. Go to the podcast page to read more.
These are a list of featured sites in no particular order people will probably want to check out. This will be in a list format for your convenience.
If you'd like to be featured here, please contact me and I'll see what I can do.
Please choose from the following links to continue on this site. Some of these links are external and will take you away from the asmodean.net domain. Jared Rimer, Superior Software Inc., WBBY Internet Radio, MENVI, All inPlay, and host monster are not responsible for errors, omissions, etc. when leaving the domain.
|E-mail lists you can join||GW Micro, Inc.||Freedom Scientific|
|Music Education Network for the Visually Impaired||Superior Software Inc. level one||All inPlay, games with vision|
|Stream Guys Streaming solutions||Station playlist creator||Codeamber.org|
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