Hi!  Welcome to My Crazy Corner of the world!

My name is Michael Ross and I live in the city of Plano, Texas, USA just on the north side of Dallas, Texas.  I have been working with computers since basically the beginning of the PC and know them pretty much inside and out along with everything that goes along with them.  I have been in I.T. and I.T. management for over 30 years and one of the things that keeps me going with it is the fact that it changes constantly and I love the challenge of keeping up with all the new great ways that computers can help us.  But even with that said, I am a “Jack of all trades, and Master at a few” and I have many hobbies including Photography, Flying, Electronics, Music, Art, and whatever else may come along to catch my interest.  I am a bit of a “Maker” and have invented several things along the way, specifically in the world of Light Painting Photography.

This is a site that I set up for a place to publish some of the things I might be working on at the moment.

Recently my mother handed down a lot of old family photos with a few of them dating back to the mid 1940’s and even earlier.  I had a little photoshop experience so I decided to sit down and do some digital restoration work on the photos as I got them scanned in and digitized for other family members to see and future generations as well.  As I started doing this, I found out that one of my Cousins and one of my Aunts have been working on pulling information together and researching my mother’s side of the family.  So after some emailing back and fourth, I dedicated part of this website to be a centralized place to gather and organize all of the information they have along with the photos and stuff that I have and see if I could gather some other thoughts and memories of some of our late relatives in the process of it all.

I will be working on pulling some of this together for may Dad’s side of the family later as well.

If you would like to contact me via email, my address is MichaelRRoss@Verizon.net

Have a great day! 🙂