Nayer is one of those women whose ideas have always been ahead of their time. She's in the blessed position of time catching up with her ideas.
"It is important to be at least computer literate. Second hand information in the information age is the new slavery. If you have to go to another for you daily data it will be old news by the time you get it, if you get it."
"Let's use computers and other technology so we can be free."
"We are limited only by our imaginations, which are vast."
Nayer's career began as a page at NBC in New York in '72. Her first computer job began at ABC Radio's WPLJ-FM where she quickly rose to the job of Director of Sales Operations. After a 13 year career in broadcast network support positions in New York City, she left Corporate America and taught folks how to use computers and other technology to enrich and empower their lives too.
Nayer with her friend Bernard Hirschenson became inventors of the CompUrest Keyboard Stand that got rid of her extensive computer injuries in 1991. Though CompUrest was never funded, it still keeps her computer injury free.
In the 90's she became the founder of and a conductor on the Computer Underground Railroad, a computer division of the original. Nayer and her friends helped over 3,000 people learn how to use a computer. She wrote the training manual www.computerhealth.org/htc and the groundbreaking article HOW TO BRIDGE THE DIGITAL DIVIDE.
The last decade has seen her and her companion Sherwood Akuna working with deep thinkers ignored by the main stream. Included are the dynamic thought books:
BLACK PEOPLE AND THEIR PLACE IN WORLD HISTORY (available at www.amazon.com), by Dr. Leroy Vaughn, MD, MBA, Historian. This book includes articles on little known but powerful historical facts, like America has already had at least 5 Black presidents and the empowering story of the bombing & burning of Oklahoma City's Black Wall Street, two chapters she's done webeos (web videos) on.
HEMP FOR VICTORY: A GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION (available at www.amazon.com) is by Richard M. Davis, founder and curator of the USA Hemp Museum, www.hempmuseum.org. The series focuses on using the outlawed hemp plant to solve many of our problems including global warming and clean energy. Working with the USA Hemp Museum, she is part of a team that makes webeos, many for the Willie Nelson Peace Research Institute www.willienelsonpri.com
DEPALMA, FREE ENERGY AND THE N MACHINE (vailable at www.lulu.com) by Bruce DePalma is a collection of his papers about his invention, the N Machine, a magnetic generator that works with a Faraday motor to produce free, clean energy. DePalma invented the N Machine in the 70's and the views of this MIT professor on science and saving the world make a good read. "Truth has a ring to it which is unmistakable to those in search of it."
PRELUDE TO INTIMACY is by Ira Einhorn, (available at www.amazon.com), who is in jail for a murder there is no scientific evidence he committed. Not a shred. He is a 60's-70's environmentalist who spoke against toxic energy & was convicted of murdering Holly Maddux in a kangaroo court. Einhorn's book is about his years on the run.
WHY I SURVIVE AIDS is by Niro Markoff. Markoff, who by working with her Healer Within, healed herself of AIDS back in 1986 and is still teaching folks how she did it. Her book, originally published by Simon & Schuster is out of print but old copies are available on amazon.com. Nayer posted the book on line as a free web book at www.computerhealth.org/asistent.htm.
Nayer is also a 9/11 Truth activist. Her research on World Trade Center Illness is posted www.geocities.com/cureworks2
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