What's good for the goose:
Updated, here is a photo of the pudgy little guy protesting on the right:
Rick Hobson lives at parents house
His email is firstname.lastname@example.org
His home number is 208-344-3325
His home file system is WildWolves.Homeip.Net Webserver
Born in 1959, Boise High class of 1978
Google map -
Clifford Gene & Nora Hobson
1148 Santa Maria Dr
Boise, Id 83712
Nora (7/31/1923 - 10/04/2009)
Brothers David(1943) & Bob(1947)
His work number is 208-429-1697
He works for Jon Marvel, Hailey, Idaho Wingnut
1320 West Franklin Street
Richard M. Hobson
1148 Santa Maria Drive
Boise, Idaho 83712
I am interested in obtaining work with animal activist or environmental education organizations who might need the skills of a competent desktop publisher/graphic designer. I have extensive Macintosh skills, and am comfortable with working with HTML on the World-Wide-Web. I would prefer to stay in Idaho, but will consider moving for the proper job.
I will also enjoy hearing from service bureaus, printshops or copy centers who might need Macintosh support.
The text of my resume follows. Please feel free to contact my references, or to write/email for more information. Thank you for your consideration.
1992 - 1996
Contact: Sarah Hainey (905)880-0479
Worked at Whale Conservation Institute as Graphic Designer/desktop publishing consultant. Responsible for design of in-house publications, catalogs, flyers and the Institute¹s newsletter Critical Habitat, distributed to over 2,000 addresses. maintained electronic mail contact with important individuals in the marine mammal field. Created and maintained electronic documents for the WCI on the ŒWorld Wide Web.¹
1990 - 1992
Contact: Linda Fitzgerald (208)342-3474
Worked at SpectraGraphics, a computer typesetting and printing firm. Learned further skills in desktop publishing and design, including training in the use of programs such as Aldus PageMaker, Quark Express, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Became proficient in creating computerized photograph halftones and performing touch-ups. Learned various printing procedures such as direct-to-plate and direct-to-film printing. Learned how to do color separations with Adobe Separator and Aldus Pre-print. Mixed photo-chemicals for plate and film processors, and was directly responsible for care and cleaning of printing equipment. Became familiar with creation and maintenance of small-scale Macintosh computer networks.
Contact: Suzanne Laverty (208)343-2248
Editor of the newsletter Packtracks /Member of the Board of Directors of the Wolf Recovery Foundation , now the Wolf Education and Research Center (Ketchum, ID).
Participated in a series of experiments conducted by NOAA at the Marine Resources Development Foundation (Key Largo, FL). Participants spent time under pressure living and working in an underwater habitat. Once on the surface, Doppler Sonar was used to study the rate at which nitrogen came out of solution in the blood. Three hour, twelve hour and Forty-eight hour stays were concluded. Participants who completed stays in the habitat of a length of twelve hours or greater were awarded Œaquanaut¹ status and presented with a certificate.
Contact: Joy Hampp (305)289-0002
Information Coordinator at the Dolphin Research Center (Grassy Key, FL). In charge of memberships, writing articles for and layout of the Dolphin Society Newsletter . Operated video and computer equipment, including a Macintosh SE equipped with desktop publishing and graphic software. Became versed with the workings of computer information networks, downloading information from online electronic information systems and maintaining contacts with the Center¹s supporters via electronic mail. Assisted in the care of 17 Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and three California sea lions. Participated in the care of stranded and sick animals. Successfully completed Dolphinlab , a week-long college-accredited course offered by the Dolphin Research Center.
Participated in a month-long internship with the Pacific Whale Foundation on the east coast of Australia. Duties included piloting a small power boat in moderate seas, radio monitoring, use of a surveyor¹s theodolite in tracking whales for a population survey and entering appropriate data into a small, portable computer.
Production Director, KBSU FM, the student-run radio station of Boise State University. Responsible for the creation of radio Œspots,¹ production of news and information programs.
Boise State University, Communication degree / BA.
Boise High School a three-year High School.
Certified Open-water Scuba diver (NAUI, YMCA), Computer operation and desktop publishing (Macintosh), Videotape recording and editing, photography. Audiotape recording and editing. HTML+ programming.
enter - Rick Hobson