Welcome! to the homepage of

Lewis M. Dreblow, Director
Computer & Network Services
Muskingum University
New Concord, Ohio 43762

(740) 826-8054 - Office - Email

Generally, homepages say something about the individual who creates them. So I offer my favorite image, which is a glass half full, and my favorite quotation, from The Prince.
In 2011, according to CNBC, I discovered that I have the 1st, 4th, 5th, and 8th most hated job.
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"There is no more delicate matter to take in hand, nor more dangerous to conduct, nor more doubtful of success, than to step up as a leader in the introduction of change. For he who innovates will have for his enemies all those who are well off under the existing order of things, and only lukewarm support in those who might be better off under the new."
(Machiavelli, The Prince, 1513)
The quest for independence from central IT services can mirror the behavior of a moody adolescent: A teenager wants to assert his or her independence by not following the rules of the house, but still expects the benefits of affiliation with family, as well as a helping hand should problems emerge.
Links   It's been many years since I put together my first homepage. In November of 1994, when we first started serving web pages, my homepage was one of the few on campus and thus I provided a broad range of links for people to follow. Now most people know how to find what they need on the Internet without someone else's pointers. The links offered now represent either places I need to access in a convenient way or places that represent personal interest. In the technology explosion period of 1998 - 2000 many technology companies were spending significant sums to generate flashy, eye catching advertisements. As a recipient of many trade magazines, I began to notice that certain advertisement were grabbing my attention. Doing so, I marked them and set them aside thinking that someday I would create the Attention Grabbing Advertisement web page. I hope you enjoy it, but be advised that the page consists of about 25 images which average 30K each!