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Ron Price
(ronprice9@gmail.com)

6 Reece Street, Pipe Clay Bay
George Town, 69, Australia  

Home page: http://www.ronpriceepoch.com/

: yailahal

Founded: 1999

Website: http://www.ronpriceepoch.com/

Overview:
Everything I do with other people online is part of my particular type of social networking. My social networking is associated with three basic activities: (a) the creation of a personal webpage that serves as a home base, a central hub, for my writing, for teaching and consolidation, that is, community building, for service and social activism, as well as for feedback from others---should they wish; (b) the creation of a detailed personal profile which I post at over 8000 internet sites which readers at these sites can access, again, if they wish; and finally (c) posting my writing at these 8000+ sites, and interacting with others about my posts and theirs. In the process I promote my website, and my writing, at these 8000+ internet sites. 2. In the last decade, 2004 to 2015, I have created an extensive audience or readership. I address myself to a circle, a crowd or single individuals. I try to make of my interactions more than the typical ones found at sites like Facebook and twitter. The interactions or connections at such popular social networking sites often reduce friendship to a feeling or an image, a sense of connection to faraway or nearby friends about everyday things based, for the most part, on very short, pithy posts. Such connections involve posts that often contain little about one’s true difficulties in life. A world of privacy and an image is created. There is nothing wrong with that, with this type of site and networking style, but it is not my style, not my approach, not my MO, modus operandi, to use a who-dun-it term.

Memberships:
Professional Memberships and Eligibility * Secondary School Teachers Union of Western Australia: 1987 to 1999 Branch secretary for four of those years first at Hedland College in the Pilbara, and then at the Thornlie Campus-Polytechnic West.

Interests:
Reading and writing in the social sciences and humanities(the sub-list in these two general categories would be too long to post here; for example: philosophy and religion, history and psychology, sociology and media studies, etc.)