Probably the easiest way to submit text is in the form
of email. You don't need to worry about formatting as that will be
done by the Webmaster as part of the process of converting your story
into a web page.
If you have access to a computer, but not an Internet
connection, you can send a copy of your text file on a disk via U.S.
875 E. Meadow Dr.
Palo Alto, CA 94303-4441
If none of these are available to you, you can always
send a written copy to the address above.
TIP: All of the text used on the OPHSA
web site is in normal upper and lower case as illustrated by this
page. If you send your text ALL CAPS, YOU FORCE THE WEBMASTER TO
CONVERT IT TO UPPER/LOWER CASE AND REQUIRE HIM TO GUESS WHAT REALLY
SHOULD BE CAPS AND WHAT SHOULD BE LOWER CASE. Besides, using all
caps is considered SHOUTING on the web and email and ain't very
The content can cover any events, thoughts, sights,
smells, or any other subject that you experienced that centers around OP
Harry. This might consider including what led up to your being
there, what happened while you were there, and what you experienced as
an aftermath after leaving OP Harry.
It's your story.
existing web site
If you already have a web site with your OP Harry
experience, you need only post the URL to the
Forum or send it to the OPHSA Webmaster and a link to your
site will be added to this web site.
If you would prefer to build your own web pages, feel
free to do so and then send them on here to be integrated into this web
site. You might want to check with the Webmaster on the
Forum before including any cutting-edge web technologies to see if the web
server used here supports them.
You retain ownership and all
rights under copyright law to your pictures and any words you
submit. By submitting them here you have agreed to give OPHSA the
non-exclusive, single-use right to
publish your work on this web site. You have not given or implied any
other rights to OPHSA or any other parties for any other purpose
whatsoever. All web
pages on this site contain a copyright notice specifying ownership
rights of each individual contributor and the Association, where