"Of Course They're Secrets
They're In The Manual!"

by Richard Cheshire

  Table Of Contents

intro.html
An quick introduction to the format of this "book" as published in HTML (HyperText Markup Language).

identity.html
An explaination of the identity of The Cheshire Catalyst.

tap.html
A brief background of the TAP Newsletter.

ozlegend.html
A legend providing a logical explaination as to why 'Cheshire' can be overheard to be called 'Ozzie' by old friends.

areacode.html
"How I Got My Own Area Code". True story!

crunch.html
A bit of background on the fellow known as "Captain Crunch".

bluebox.html
how a "Blue Box" used to work.

p-telex.html
a "primer" on how Telex used to work.

telex.htm
How Cheshire found access to the World Telex Network.

edi.html
Cheshire's views on why Electronic Commerce needs strong encryption.

sidebar.html
Various adventures meant to be used as "sidebars" for magazine articles.

Coffee Stories
Stories of "Cheshire and The Bean"

access.html
Articles on "Low Bandwidth Access to the Internet", the subject of my talk at Beyond Hope.

CheshiresLaw.html
A look at how Hackers look at problems.

astronaut.html
Looking to fly in space? Here's a practical application of "Cheshire's Law". It's my opinions on How To Become an Astronaut.

launchfaq.html
Here are answers to those Frequently Asked Questions about viewing a space launch from the Canaveral Spaceport area.

birthday.html
Cheshire's article in 2600 Magazine on "Your Internet Birthday".

idiots.html
Cheshire's article in 2600 Magazine on "Idiocy At The Telcos". Don't you think a Telephone Company should be found by Directory Assistance?

direct.htm
Notes from Cheshire's talk at H2K2, a phone phreak/hackers convention. His topic was a follow up to the article on Telco Idiocy, and was titled "A day In the Life Of A Directory Assistance Operator".

warstory.html
When the conversation turns out to be among Veterans, this is the story that Cheshire tells.

andrew.html
After Hurricane Andrew in 1992, Cheshire led a 10 person team into Homestead.

packet.html
Here's a brief intro to "Packet Radio", the data communications service of Amateur Radio.

women.html
Some of anecdotes about my relationships with women.

secrets.html This file is the reason for the Title of this book.
This file is Cheshire's "Windows® Secrets For Newbies". But this is stuff you probebly knew already.

internet.html
Just some background information for the Newbie just getting their feet wet on the Internet.

software.html
Cheshire reccommends software

ATTracing.Com
A phone phreak running a web site praising AT&T?

CingularRacing.Com
And he owns a Cingular Wireless cell phone, and likes it.

philosophy.html
My philosophies about Web Pages. Information Content is all.

"Of Course They're Secrets - They're In The Manual!" is published by:

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Cape Canaveral   FL
USA   32920-0445

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