About us - Morro Bay California's morro-bay.com
http://morro-bay.com/ is the Morro Bay, CA Guide to Nature, Education, Culture, Conservation, Politics, and Responsible Recreation - Including Visitor and Travel Resources.
Morro-Bay.com is Morro Bay's largest and most trafficked non-commercial web site, serving one-half million page-views per year from a repository of 20,000 documents. Its Mission is to provide unbiased and unique (mostly non-commercial) information in areas not easily found on other related Morro Bay web sites. The Editor of morro-bay.com is Mike Baird (e-mail: mike [at} mikebaird d o t com). Mike is a semi-retired Internet entrepreneur (he was the first engineering Vice President of ask.com). He is the author of "Engineering Your Start-up: A Guide for the High-Tech Entrepreneur" a 14-year classic best-seller-in-its-class (see eysu.org). Mike Baird has, since 2000, maintained morro-bay.com as a volunteer "community service" activity. Morro-bay.com is a non-commercial site, for your educational, cultural, and responsible recreational pleasure. Morro-bay.com promotes local conservation and charitable efforts.
Mike Baird maintains this website purely as an informal volunteer "community service" activity. Morro-bay.com is a non-commercial site, for your educational, cultural, and responsible recreational pleasure. Morro-bay.com promotes local conservation and other charitable efforts.
My Mission... is to provide unbiased and unique information in these areas, not easily found on other related Morro Bay web sites.
Your... ideas, suggestions, or criticisms are welcomed.
Category: Regional/U.S. States/California/Cities/Morro Bay/Travel and Transportation/Local Guides
Press Release May 10, 2001 Morro-bay.com is the new web site in town
Press Release June 6, 2001 Morro-bay.com sponsors Valencia Peak Hike, June 16, 2001
Blurb 7-26-05 for Chamber of Commerce...
Testimonial: 11-14-05 "We just returned from a wonderful four day stay in Morro Bay. We just wanted you to know that we used morro-bay.com quite a bit during last week's preparations. Thank you for such a fine resource. We brought our own kayaks, and paddled three mornings. We also hiked at Coon Creek in Montaņa de Oro. Thanks to morro-bay.com we decided to stay in Morro Bay, and we ate most of our meals there. If it weren't for your web site we probably would have stayed in San Luis Obispo. Mark & Sharon Wedegaertner -- Ukiah, CA"