I retired 1 Jan '99 and during that time have mostly played golf 4-5 days a week and some days that is like work <g>.Because I retired from a career in automation I have taken on a number of 'jobs' , setting up small networks for local businesses, 'fixing' friends 'broken' computers and such. While 'plug and play' is a wonderful concept, when you plug it in and it don't play most people are lost. I have also worked at a local golf club in numerous positions (counter, maintenance, ranger, etc), mostly for dues and such.A current 'gig' is taking pictures of automobiles for posting to the dealer's websites. There are companies that specialize in this and they do a good job but are really pricey. Not sure how one gets into this as I just happened to know this particular dealer (golfing buddy) and was there when the outfit he was working with raised their prices 50% which might have been okay but they were also unresponsive to requests.All of these pretty much share a common thread and that is the ability to set my own schedule. I am also able to do some of it at home which is of course the best option.arahfool
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