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I created the first version of this home page in December, 1995, to see if I could do it using one of the WYSIWYG html editors that had been recently released into the marketplace. It worked smoothly for the most part and I learned quite a bit about the process of publishing on the Web. I recently completed a major remodel of my site using Adobe GoLive (circa July, 2001). The redesign employs the use of QuickTime slideshows. My thinking is that the slide show experience is more interesting than scrolling down pages to see photo images. This will continue to be a work in progress. I hope you find my pages informative and entertaining as well as useful.


The following areas, except for my résumé and NetShaman Productions, my web development practice, are accessible by clicking on the related navigation button at the top of each page or via the text links at the bottom of each page:

The Maya

I have an interest in the Maya, their history, culture, and cosmology. This section includes information and commentary, a sampling of photographs and a few movies that I've taken during trips to various Maya sites including the following: Palenque in Chiapas; Uxmal, Sayil, Labna (the Maya Route), Chichen Itza, Yucatan and Tulum in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico; Antigua, Tikal, Lake Atitlan including Panajachel and nearby areas, the Church of Santo Thomás and the very colorful market at Chichicastenango. Also included are interesting links related to the Maya.


Being a former air-force brat who had the good fortune of living overseas, I've always had an insatiable travel bug. One of my favorite places to visit is Brazil. Brazil has a wonderful culture, people, and some of the most wondrous natural places on earth to visit. This section includes pictures from my fishing/camping trips to the Pantanal and the Rio São Francisco in central Bahia.


On a more personal note, I used to play in a high school band called Los Santos Del Demonio (LSD) in Tachikawa, Japan (I was an Air Force brat) in the late 60's. I've been able to locate former band members except for one, Bob Patterson (singer). Thanks to the Internet and my high school website (Yamato High School), I recently found our missing drummer, Carl Brown. So I'd really like to find Bob Patterson to complete the group once again. Click on the band image to see a QuickTime slideshow of the LSD band. Click here for help and detailed information on QuickTime installation requirements. Now you can also see three LSD Band videos on YouTube:

© Copyrights and acknowledgments

Except as individually noted, all photographs and graphics are my own and also copyright protected.

I wish to acknowledge Jorge Tello who did a great job in translating my graphic concepts into graphic realities on what I call the "cosmos" image which adorns my main page. Jorge did the graphics work on the main image of my home page.

All rights are reserved with respect to copyrighted material contained on these pages. Any unauthorized reproduction, distribution, or use of any such copyrighted material is prohibited.

Finally, some non-copyrighted material is used but appropriate acknowledgement given, e.g., the M16 Hubble telescope photograph that is part of the cover on my home page includes a colorized version of this photo. The original photo was produced by J.Hester and P. Scowen (AZ State Univ.), NASA.

Copyright © 1995-2003 Conrado Hinojosa. All Rights Reserved.

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