Vox Tips & Tricks

Write your first post

Tell us a little about yourself. How’s your day going? What brought you here? What’s something you’re really excited about? If you need a little inspiration, answer the Question of the Day. Or introduce yourself to the Vox community. Click on compose to write your first post.

Display your favorite music, movies and books

Show us what you’re enjoying. You can add your favorite music, movies and books to your Vox with just a few clicks. Under the My Vox menu, click on Organize to start adding media.

Find inspiration by exploring

See what other Voxers are blogging about by visiting the Explore page. Join the conversation by commenting, leaving a [this is good] or adding people to your Neighborhood.

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2 Responses to Vox Tips & Tricks

  1. Dave Young says:

    Hi Bill, I don’t know if you know me, but I was a Senior Probation Officer (Retired in 2004). My name is Dave Young. My mother bought your book about San Diego Baseball and my grandfather, Alfred Vidal, played for the Neighborhood House. I have a lot of his news articles and a letter from the Hollywood Stars that I have on my computer. My Great Uncle, Henry “Peanuts” Savin played for the Padres as a catcher in the Pacific Coast League. I don’t think I have anything from him though. If you would would like, I could email the information I have to you. It was nice to see my Grandfather’s name in your book. Take care, Dave

    • Hi Dave,

      Sorry, but I don’t think we’ve met before. I am well aware of your baseball playing grandfather, Alfred Vidal, and great-uncle, “Peanuts” Savin. I know that Peanuts was a friend of Johnny Ritchey and Walter McCoy.

      I’m electronically challenged. I don’t have a cell phone or Facebook account. Obviously, I don’t check this blog very often.

      If you would like to leave your e-mail address, I will send a personal and more detailed response.

      Best regards, Bill Swank

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