Note: This data is sent to me by way of an E-mail message rather than a more-advanced method of sending data from a Web page which uses something called a CGI (which is not supported by my Web service provider, Apple). That said, some operating system/browser combinations do not support sending a message from Web page forms using this less-advanced method. If you experience that problem please send your Guestbook entry in a regular E-mail. If you do it this way click here first to bring up a plain-text version of this entry form in a new window. Select all of the text on that page (Command-A on a Mac, Control-A on a PC), copy all of the text on that page (Command-C on a Mac, Control-C on a PC), close that window, click here to pre-address an E-mail message to me, paste your copied text into the body of the message (Command-V on a Mac, Control-V on a PC), fill in the blanks, and then click the <Send> button. If you want to add a photo or graphic to your entry attach it to this E-mail before you click <Send>. Any format is okay I can convert it to what Web browsers require. Alternately, you can print the plain text form out, fill in the blanks, and then fax it to me at: (734) 758-4553. There's always a work around.
If you are using a public-access computer, like those available at libraries or internet cafes, please be aware that for different reasons than those mentioned above these computers may not be set up to send your Guestbook entry when you click the <Send Your Message> button. Nor will they automatically pre-address an E-mail to me when the above link is clicked on. In this case send your Guestbook entry in a regular E-mail using a Web-based service such as Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, or one of the many other free services out there. Once you get logged on manually enter this E-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org [which is the one I use for Guestbook entries]), put Guestbook in the Subject line, paste your copied text into the body of the message, fill in the blanks, and then click the <Send> button. This method will work with any computer, knock on wood or computer chips in this case, Hmmm!