For expert advice on buying a new or used car read Lemon-Aid.
"Consumer Car Guide" Phil Edmonston Best-seller for almost thirty years, Lemon-Aid new and used car/truck guides are unlike any other auto books on the market. Their main objective, to inform and protect consumers in an industry known for its dishonesty and exaggerated claims, remains unchanged.
David has interviewed Phil several times, and has become friends over the years.
Gary Bannerman (1,155)
Gary's site, www.bannerline.net was put together by Richard Pitt and his webmaster Doug Cook, both of whom are featured as Gary's associates. Gary and David have been friends and business associates for in excess of 25 years. His specialty since leaving the broadcasting business is media relations for all manner of corporate communications including web, multi-media (video/audio), reports, press relations and press releases, annual reports, corporate magazines (in-house and for public), meeting organization, conventions, congresses, and retreats.
Ozzie Jurock (857)
For the best in B.C. Real Estate contact Ozzie Jurock at 604-683-4142 or visit www.jurock.com
Ozzie Jurock is also one of Canada's leading business motivators with a distinguished 25 year career in the Canadian Real Estate Industry. He can be seen every Wednesday at noon on BCTV where he discusses the latest real estate news.
Richard Pitt - Pacific Data Capture (747)
Richard has been instrumental in our early and continued presence on the Internet. His company, Pacific Data Capture, has managed our internal and external computer services for well over 15 years, including our multi-office tax preparation system. On his business site, www.pacdat.net, you'll find an archive of some of the first web pages/webzine crafted in Canada - the Digital Rag, done while he was CEO of Canada's first commercial ISP, Wimsey.Com
As well as his own clientele, Richard works with Gary Bannerman (above) and others to help businesses create and manage their Internet and Web business presence.
His personal site, richard.pacdat.net, includes his thoughts on Canada's Blank Media Levy as well as Digital Rights Management and a host of other Computer, Internet, and daily personal life topics. You'll see some of his articles here beside David's and others'.