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TBM Data Enterprises is the hub for both commercial and private websites and digital archiving projects.
Please visit the websites listed below. They reflect specific, current activities and interests.
Chiron Software has established a solid reputation for successful software development in varied business environments. This website provides an overview of their full-cycle software development services, including a portfolio of possibilities to improve performance and accuracy and to reduce overhead costs.
Niche In Life
showcases the talents of Dr. Velma P. Smith, a motivational speaker, a reciter of poetry and stories, and accomplished soprano and clarinetist. Her web site offers a sampling of her varied repertory and examples of previous bookings.
The How To Read Moby Dick
website originated in 1997 and is revised yearly. Judging from the emails and the hits on it, many visitors find it useful. As the title indicates, it is a guide for reading the American classic. It includes vocabulary, allusions by chapter number, reading guide questions and suggestions, and research suggestions.
Football programs, 1930s through 1969, are digitized as a Save Our Legacy project. They are important for researchers of football history, cultural history, and geneology. Each program is filled with pictures of people, places, and products. Our client wants to donate the complete digital collection to a nonprofit organization.
Under development. Tread On Trails is a collection of full length GoPro videos of riding bike trails in Bay Area California. Bikers can access links on the web site to full length videos and to the maps of the trails and data about the locations. The full length videos are on the Tread On Trails' YouTube channel. Although the web site is under development, it is efficient.
Save Our Legacy is the hub for the digital archiving of organizational, personal, and cultural documents and photos for historical preservation and sharing.
Titles include: 1)DeWitt's Colony
2) An Explanation to the Public Concerning the Affairs
of Texas, by Citizen Stephen F. Austin
(translated by Ethel Zivley Rather); and
3) Recognition of the State of Texas by the United States
Ethel Zivley Rather was a noted Texas researcher. These three monographs were published in 1904, 1905, and 1910, respectively.