Welcome to The WEB CELT!

Hello and welcome to The WEB CELT! My name is Paul MacArthur and I have created this site to share with you the technology, programming and knowledge that I have gained while running a popular Internet Radio Broadcast – Celtic Radio!

My hope is to create a site that contains help guides and programming examples covering a wide range of topics – such as PHP, Javascript, Linux, broadcasting, music, radio and more!

Beyond that I hope to take a little different road than a purely “technology” website would travel. “Every Day Ramblings” will be about my own life adventures and I will be including a special section called the “Guide to Life.” These sections will contain self-improvement articles, short-stories, science, religion, politics and anything else that does not fit under a category! 🙂

So, why The WEB CELT? – It just seems like such a natural fit given my interest and enthusiam in all things Celtic! Now we are not talking about witches or warlocks, we are talking about the ancient peoples of Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Isle of Man, Galicia, Cornwall and Brittany. These were the lands of the Gaels and where my interest started in this web adventure called “Internet Radio.”

I’ll try my best to categorize and organize the posts here, so as to make a useful and working website. Along the way, feel free to post comments or to just give me a shout if you have a question. I am more than willing to help you out with specific questions on programming,  music and radio technology. Who knows, maybe we will post your question and answers here!

Again thanks for stopping by and Welcome to The WEB CELT

About The Celtic Highlander

So, you might be wondering now how did Celtic Radio come to be? What is our inspiration? Celtic Radio was created to bring together a community of listeners, performers and musicians to share and converse in Celtic culture. Our inspiration for this endeavour is the music, but let’s face it, the radio waves and TV are ruled by an endless barrage of top 40 musicians and performers. Listen to your local AM or FM band and chances are you will not find many Celtic music stations, if you find any at all! How then can the devoted musicians that play at the Irish Festivals and Highland Games ever get heard beyond that venue? How can people discover Celtic music if there is no place to listen? Hence was born the idea of a free 24 hour Celtic Radio station available on the World Wide Web for all to enjoy.

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