Name: Peter Anselmo

Email: Peter underscore Anselmo at yahoo dot com

Webpage: [WWW]

Bike Trials Video: [WWW]Click for Youtube

I'm a UCD alumni (Hooray!) with my BA in Geology. I am proud to be employed by the most awesome design company ever, Studio66. I handle all the in-house web programming using PHP, ColdFusion, JavaScript, and of course, HTML/CSS. My other interests include Climbing, Trials, Nonfiction computer books, Audio, and Computers.

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2006-10-03 09:22:18   Regarding the Bicycles page, it'd be nice to have pictures of all the types of bicycles. Would you want to upload a picture of your trials bike to the page? —KaiTing

2006-10-21 16:04:30   You should probably consider uploading your picture/logo as a jpeg rather than a GIF. GIF doesn't compress photographs that well and restricts your gamut to 256 colors. A correctly compressed jpeg will have a larger gamut and will probably be smaller. —WilliamLewis

2006-12-14 22:04:45   Pass the message on to Allie: Sometimes Aussies are born without tails, or with very small tails. Kinda strange, but I had one when I was a little kid (not a tail..a dog, you know). —PhilipNeustrom

2006-12-14 22:09:54   "Probably one of the best trials riders in Davis" according to my roommate Jason Antognini —KrisFricke

2006-12-14 23:21:09   Well, lucky for my status, there's not too many trials riders in Davis to compete with —PeterAnselmo

2007-03-18 01:00:19   Congrats! —DavidGrundler

2008-11-07 10:57:25   Why is the [WWW]comment you removed not relevant to the business? —JasonAller

2008-11-07 15:48:35   Howdy! Re: purves and all that, I think that someone who wants to find out more about their business is probably not going to think about checking the campaign contributions page. Since it is information that I could actually see affecting people's decisions on where to take their business, it seemed worthwhile to have it on the page. —JoePomidor

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