Welcome to my contact page

Updated: Dec. 13/2017
This page identifies the different ways you can contact me.

IUN (ICQ User Number): 729816445

Note if you plan to contact me by ICQ leave your ICQ window open and your computer on and connected to the internet so you'll actually be reachable at whatever time I next get to the computer. ^_- I always leave it running so if you for some reason do see me offline either my internet is temporarily out or I'm installing software or replacing something on the computer and I'll be back.

ICQ will probably be the fastest way to reach me.

ICQ is currently owned by Mail.ru

If you are not yet signed up you can join at icq.com and download the current version or it will also work with Pidgin which is a universal chat client compatable with ICQ amoungst others.

Signing up will require that you have a cell phone with SMS to activate your account. You'll have to:

Unfortunately there is currently no way to set up an ICQ account without having an SMS capable cell phone.

Also it only lets you set up one account per cell phone number.

If you are one of the lucky people who signed up with ICQ before this was a requirement and your ICQ account runs fine I'd recommend that you don't attach your phone number to your ICQ account. The reason for this is you may need to help a friend who doesn't have a cell phone sign up (one of my friends had to do this for one of my other friends so it does happen) which you can't do if the cell number is already used on an existing account.

AIM (AOL Instant messanger): ve4gap

I will still be on AIM until Dec. 15/2017 when they shut it down. (Or longer if someone forgets to turn the server's off on the way out. ^_-) Basically I will be there until the very end.

Being that I don't have the programming skills to create my own chat platform to replace it (perhaps named something like Canadian Relay of Essential Short Text or maybe Canadian On-Line Great Advanced Text Engine ^_-) I have established an ICQ account to replace it.

Note if you plan to contact me by AIM leave your AIM window open and your computer on and connected to the internet so you'll actually be reachable at whatever time I next get to the computer. ^_- I always leave it running so if you for some reason do see me offline either my internet is temporarily out or I'm installing software or replacing something on the computer and I'll be back.

E-mail: glenap@moonie.ca

This is the best E-mail address to reach me, although I still can access the old Autobahn Access address (for now?) the moonie.ca address is the best choice as I have more control over that one by virtue of owning the domain name.

Phone: 204-997-4536

It's OK to call this number any time of the day or night 24/7. You are most likely to get me 'live' between midnight and 2 AM (central time) most days. If you are not able to call in that time window it may be more effective to use one of the above methods.

Also I don't return long distance phone calls due to cost. Since my current plan covers Manitoba wide I can call people back at any area code 204 and 431 number. Those of you who are not in Manitoba are best to either leave an online contact method in the voicemail and be sure to say it's what it's about or to try back to reach me live. If you leave a message I'll know what to expect it's about when you call back.

I do now have text messaging on this line, though due to character limits and the tediousness of typing on a touch screen an online method listed above may be a beter choice.

Snail Mail

My 'new' P.O. Box since mid-Dec. 2007:

Glen A. Pearce
P.O. Box 2225
Station Main
Winnipeg, MB
R3C 3R5
Canada

Just a reminder the old P.O. Box at the Nairn RPO is gone due to the RPO closing February 29, 2008. The outlet number (and thus box number) had been re-assigned to a new RPO operator (so somebody else may have since rented that box number). It's been long enough that Canada Post has actually retired the old postal code and given the new RPO operator a new postal code.

I have confirmation that Canada Post has leased back the space for the retail operation at Station Main from the new building owners (Winnipeg Police) so my 'new' address will be staying put for the foreseeable future even though Canada Post is moving their sorting plant to a new facility. Unlike the RPO I dealt with before Station Main is operated by Canada Post it's self rather than a franchise operator.

Also in late 2011 the PO Box lobby at Station Main recieved some renovations to accomodate Canada Post cramming their remaining retail operations into their 'lease back' zone of the building. Less space in front of the boxes, more space behind so they have the storage space for parcels. They had to re-arrange a bit since they no longer have the whole building to use as overflow. ^_- All of us who have active boxes kept our same box numbers, they just deleted some unused boxes when they installed the new ones so they now have a higher occupancy rate.

I have pre-paid my P.O. Box until Dec. 1/2019 so I'm not going anywhere. ^_-


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