Our company, ElectricalFun Media, is developing an Internet presence to fill the spectrum of interest in
electrical science and technology.
Our “electricalfun times” news feature provides a listing of the latest, most relevant and important news
articles in the areas of electrical technology and discovery. These articles are carefully chosen daily for
quality and to provide the best educational value to our site visitors.
Adjacent to our news feature is our discussion forum where visitors may create an account and post questions
and comments to share and exchange ideas with like-minded enthusiasts. This forum is monitored for quality
and to insure that all users are respected.
WorkbenchFun.com is a developing companion site for hobbyists, students, and engineers who are interested in
designing and building things on a physical level. It will feature tips, projects, and related articles to
educate and share those interests.
ElectronCafé.com is our “virtual coffeehouse for technological minds and ideas.” This is where the intellectual,
theoretical, and philosophical aspects of science and technology are explored. We are publishing interview
articles with the best, brightest, and most interesting people in their respective fields. Mixed in with this
will be editorial articles and submitted articles, reviewed for quality, by participating enthusiasts.
We are off to a good start and the coming months will be even better and more fun with great new article guests and
video projects that we have planned.
We are confident that electricalfun.com is a great place for you to market and create visibility for your
products, services, or institution. Please consider becoming a sponsor and we will do our very best to insure
your satisfaction in our relationship!
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We can also offer more creative options. We will be happy to discuss your ideas and provide a quotation.
Contact Paul Huber at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 823-5806