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This is Bumm13's user page. I am putting this page up because someone on IRC made me. Ok, not really. :-) I started editing at Wikipedia on August 28, 2002 with a new article about the Apple Lisa. This makes me a rough equivalent to former Wikipedia user Hephaestos. Since then, I have written over 294 new articles (anonymously), making me the disputed "King of IP Contributors". My IPs have been welcomed to Wikipedia many times, click on this link to see some examples. For those who care, I live in the United States.

I hang out on #wikipedia IRC channel frequently. If you want to talk to me, that's where you'll find me.

Dammit, I'm a sysop now. All rants and pleas for assistance go here on my talk page. (Apparently, I was made an admin on March 25, 2005) :-)

Please do not put barn stars or any other religious symbolism here. Otherwise, I will feed them to my cat.

I am still interested by alphabets and characters from non-Latin alphabet languages, as in Unicode/UTF-8, but my "fetish" of the moment is classic animation. :D

New articles I started (all anonymously -- August 2002 - April 30, 2004)[edit]

Apple Lisa - Windows 1.0 - NLS - Apple IIe Card - Jeff Rulifson - Nolan Bushnell - Alan Kay - Butler Lampson - Xerox Alto - Magnavox Odyssey - Modifier key - Jolt Cola - DirecTV - Dish Network - Ku-Band - Direct broadcast satellite - CNN - ESPN - C-SPAN - Discovery Channel - Disney Channel - Fox Sports Networks - Nickelodeon - TBS Superstation - TNT (TV channel) - USA Network - The Weather Channel - Showtime (TV network) - Television receive-only - C-Band - Sketchpad - TX-0 - TX-2 - Wild card - Joker - Scepter - Jester - HyperTalk - Bill Atkinson - Microsoft Entertainment Pack - Central Washington University - Rodeo - Lynx - Cougar - EDVAC - Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania - John Mauchly - BINAC - Whirlwind (computer) - Magnetic-core memory - Light gun - Lumberjack - Teddy bear - Panther - Sun Belt Conference - NCAA Division I FBS independent schools - Big Sky Conference - Southwestern Athletic Conference - Pioneer Football League - Atlantic 10 Conference - Missouri Valley Football Conference - Ohio Valley Conference - Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference - Patriot League - Southern Conference - Southland Conference - Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference - Northeast Conference - Big South Conference - Great Northwest Athletic Conference - Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association - Gulf South Conference - Lone Star Conference - Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association - North Central Conference - Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference - Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference - South Atlantic Conference - Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference - Northeast-10 Conference - Satellite television - Lucky Charms - James H. Clark - Rod Stewart - Jeff Beck - Amusement park - Roller coaster - Sexagesimal - Tokyo Disney Resort - NFL Europe - 4DTV - DigiCipher 2 - Spot beam - Terrestrial television - North American broadcast television frequencies - Multichannel Multipoint Distribution Service - Air-ground radiotelephone service - University of Nevada, Las Vegas - University of Nevada, Reno - Florida State University - Clemson University - University of Maryland, College Park - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Wake Forest University - Boston College - Georgetown University - University of Connecticut - University of Pittsburgh - Big East Conference - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - Providence College - Temple University - St. John's University (New York) - Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - Seton Hall University - NCAA Division I FCS independent schools - Villanova University - University of Iowa - Michigan State University - Conference USA - House of Burgesses - Bulldog - District of Columbia (geography) - North American cable television frequencies - ARX (operating system) - Tape Operating System - OS/400 - Apple IIgs - Visual Pinball - Visual PinMAME - ProDOS - Apple DOS - RT-11 - OS/360 - OSF/1 - OS/8 - CTSS - Project MAC - J.C.R. Licklider - DOS/BATCH 11 - RDOS - Scott McNealy - Coherent (operating system) - Adventure (Atari 2600) - Apple SOS - MIPS RISC/os - Don Ho - Tex Schramm - Xeon - SkyOS - Game port - Microsoft SideWinder - Timeline of hypertext technology - File Retrieval and Editing System - Hypertext Editing System - Guide (hypertext) - Aspen Movie Map - Problem-Oriented Medical Information System - ZOG (hypertext) - The Interactive Encyclopedia System - NoteCards - Symbolics Document Examiner - Authorware - Canon Cat - Videodisc - University of Vermont - Hypermedia - Pan-American Highway - Pan-American Highway (North America) - Attica Prison riot - Willemstad - State of Franklin - Chehalis River - Stewart's Fountain Classics - Chehalis people - Cowlitz people - Cowlitz River - Chinookan languages - Stillaguamish people - Shoalwater Bay Tribe - Squaxin Island Tribe - Puyallup tribe - Makah people - Nisqually tribe - Quileute people - Quinault people - Tulalip - Suquamish tribe - First Nations - Baylor University - Skokomish tribe - Chimakum - Duwamish tribe - Sauk-Suiattle - S'Klallam (Jamestown) - Nooksack people - Spectres (album) - Jeppe Aakjær - Spades - University of Nebraska–Lincoln - University of Oklahoma - Oklahoma State University - Lummi - Swinomish people - Hoh - Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians - Siletz people - Siuslaw people - Coos people - Coquille people - Umpqua people - Jackpot, Nevada - ECHL - New Jersey Meadowlands - National Indoor Football League - Yahtzee - Telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) - Cayuse people - Blue Mountains (Oregon) - Pay Day (board game) - List of television stations in Hawaii - List of television stations in Delaware - List of television stations in Washington, D.C. - List of television stations in New Jersey - List of television stations in Nevada - List of television stations in Alaska - List of television stations in Idaho - List of television stations in Vermont - List of television stations in New Hampshire - List of television stations in Connecticut - List of television stations in Wyoming - List of television stations in Colorado - List of television stations in New Mexico - List of television stations in Kansas - List of television stations in South Dakota - List of television stations in North Dakota - Trinity Broadcasting Network - List of television stations in Texas - List of television stations in Tennessee - List of television stations in Missouri - List of television stations in Mississippi - List of television stations in North Carolina - Cable television headend - List of television stations in Louisiana - List of television stations in Virginia - List of television stations in Minnesota - List of television stations in West Virginia - List of television stations in Kentucky - List of television stations in South Carolina - List of television stations in Nebraska - Interstate 705 - Interstate 205 - Interstate 405 - Interstate 105 - Interstate 605 - Interstate 805 - Interstate 182 - Interstate 184 - Interstate 505 - Interstate 580 - Interstate 780 - Interstate 980 - Betty White - Interstate 680 - Brian Hyland - List of ABC affiliates - List of CBS affiliates - Jared - Super Video Graphics Array - 4Dwm - Wyse - Telnet 3270 - Baseball cap - Autotote - NetPositive - Windows Explorer - HotJava - Yakima Sun Kings - Gary Steelheads - Grand Rapids Hoops - Rockford Lightning - Sioux Falls Skyforce - Great Lakes Storm - Idaho Stampede - NBA Development League - Interstate 380 - Interstate 480 - Interstate 180 - Interstate 170 - Interstate 270 - Interstate 370 - Interstate 670 - Interstate 470 - Kirk Kerkorian - IBM Airline Control Program - Speak & Spell - Speak & Math - Beowawe, Nevada - South Carolina State University - University of San Diego - Southern Oregon University - Navy blue - West Coast Conference - Simon (game) - Roger the Engineer - PrimeStar - New Jersey Cardinals - Augusta, New Jersey - Lushootseed language - Ganzá - Cabasa - Rainstick - Ipu - Ahoko - Rakatak - Sakara - Manjira - Chimta - Esterilla - Glock-guitar - Paul Brown Stadium - EverBank Field - Bank of America Stadium - FirstEnergy Stadium - Heinz Field

New articles I started (as Bumm13)[edit]

Louisiana Superdome - Vertical flute - Geomungo - Xalam - Khim - Surbahar - Mizmar - Mijwiz - Arghul - Sick's Stadium - Norfolk State University - Middle Tennessee State University - University of Louisiana, Lafayette - California State University, Sacramento - Weber State University - Western Illinois University - Lode Runner - The Summit League - Eastern Illinois University - Stephen F. Austin State University - Nicholls State University - McNeese State University - Sam Houston State University - Toutle, Washington - Randle, Washington - Eureka, Nevada - Virginia City, Nevada - Las Vegas Valley - DTN - X*Press X*Change - Thomas & Mack Center - Virginia Squires - The Floridians - Warlords (video game) - Etch A Sketch - Visi On - HughesNet - StarBand - Nevada State College - Williams (game company) - Chicago Coin - Stern (game company) - Carolina Cougars - Interstate 390 - Interstate 590 - Interstate 790 - Interstate 990 - Summer sausage - St. Martin's University - Northwest Nazarene University - Western Oregon University - Alabama State University - University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff - Grambling State University - Mississippi Valley State University - Prairie View A&M University - Southern University - Savannah State University - UT-Chattanooga - Wofford College - Jacksonville University - Valparaiso University - Elon University - PERQ - Combat (video game) - Star Trek (text game) - Gun Fight - Demon Attack - O'Brien, Oregon - Mapleton, Oregon - Noti, Oregon - Pleasant Hill, Oregon - Manhattan College - List of PBS member stations - Hampton University - Dick Weber - Professional Bowlers Association - University of Nebraska at Omaha - Chicago State University - Pete Weber - Helenite - New Washoe City, Nevada - David's Midnight Magic - IRIX Interactive Desktop - Elan Graphics - Extreme Graphics - IMPACT (computer graphics) - Television encryption - Chopper Command - VTech CreatiVision - Interstate 820 - Tryon, Nebraska - Interstate 164 - Interstate 464 - Interstate 564 - Interstate 176 - Jarritos - Southern University System - Columbia blue - Jumex - The Outsiders (American band) - Tulcán - Azogues - Imlac PDS-1 - RCA Studio II - Metal for Muthas - Simtel - E.F. Band - Witchfynde - Black Cat Bones - Barbed Wire Sandwich - Sopwith Camel (band) - Manastash Ridge - SuperPaint - Executor (software) - PC Atari Emulator - Lock 'n' Chase - Video Pinball (Atari 2600) - Midnight Magic (Atari 2600) - AppleWin - Artillery (computer game) - Telmac TMC-600 - Highways in Ecuador - Highways in Peru - Mexican Federal Highway 15 - Flappy - CuteMX - Red Rock (beverage) - Nesbitt's - NewDos/80 - MikroMikko - Calcasieu Lake - NWOBHM '79 Revisited - NuGrape - Children's Discovery System - Almond Roca - BOXX Technologies - Lotus Foundations - Idaho State Highway 25 - Parametron - The Up - Magnavox Odyssey (series) - Game Plan (company) - HITAC - Matsushita JR series - Satellite subcarrier audio - Mexican Federal Highway 11 - Mexico FH 74 - Mexico FH 58 - Mexico FH 103 - Mexico FH 107 - Mexico FH 102 - Mexico FH 145 - Mexico FH 172 - Mexico FH 193 - Mexico FH 196 - Mexico FH 198 - Lea Riders Group - Hagfa Pinyim - Metaplexis

Articles started - Kangxi radicals[edit]

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Dot-maps[edit]

Yes, I make U.S. state city dot-maps. :D

I have finished the states of Washington, Nevada, Delaware, Oregon, Wisconsin, Northern California, and Nebraska. For Wisconsin, I made over 1,720 maps using a basic template map. Many of these maps have been traced by other users and converted into SVG format. For a complete list of cities and places I've done dot-maps for, click here.

For more information on WP dot-maps, see User:Seth Ilys/Dot Project.

I once made dot-maps for cities/places in the states of Australia but no longer do. I completed maps for cities in Western Australia and the Northern Territory.

The remainder of this user page is geek diatribe. You've been warned!

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I cannot talk about myself (Bumm13) without mentioning computers. Of course, without computers, I wouldn't know about Wikipedia. I remember using a Wyse terminal at my local library in 1985. My first computer usage was on an Apple //e with a single Disk ][ 5.25-inch floppy drive at school in late 1986. Our family purchased a Leading Edge Model D 8088 PC running DOS in 1988. So right there, the "computer trinity": Unix, Apple, and (shudder) commodity PC.

Since then, I have been fascinated with computers and how they work, etc. Unfortunately, my one shortcoming is that I cannot program. Anything! So I edit this online encyclopedia instead. Anyway, I discovered the World Wide Web (Internet) in 1996 and later Usenet, and now IRC. I guess I'm a writer, but oh well. Enjoy Wikipedia!

This is a rare "true" representation of teal blue on Wikipedia.