Walter Antoniotti began teaching accounting, economics, and statistics 45 years ago for Daniel Webster College, Nashua, New Hampshire. He soon became an Associate Professor of Business Administration and Chairperson of the Aviation Management department. He finished as the Director of Admissions.

After one year of teaching high school mathematics at Milford Area High School  Walter became the Director of the Concord, N.H. evening campus of Franklin Pierce College. He later became the Director and then Dean of Continuing Education where he helped build one of New England's most successful Continuing Education programs. He finished his 25 years at Franklin Pierce College as Special Assistant for Program Development.

Today Walter is retired and spends his time trying to improve education using technology and a less academic approach for most students plus trying to convince people that the last three decades have been by far the best string of three the country has ever experienced

Walter Antoniotti has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio, and a Master's of Business Administration degree from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts.

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Walter  would like to thank the many students whose suggestions made Quick Notes Free Internet Books easier to use and understand and his " Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground " for making the series possible. After some financial success they are free on the Internet. See  Travels With Walter

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April passed the summer of 1989 right before I began writing Quick Notes. They took five years and more than five years to sell the paper. I put them on the Internet for free as I am a really nice guy.  Well a nice guy. Actually my name is middle name is GUY and put them on the NET opening to make money. Didn't work but as you can see I'm am Still good looking! It took a few months to try and adopt after April and finally on the third or so try I got Missy. She was about five and gave me ten good years.  



Blackie came in 1999 and passed in 2010. Fully trained, I taught her to have my personality. She didn't know what to do with the freedom but got used it. Still didn't bark. No barking allowed. Now I'm old but as you can see, still good looking.



Note the Polaroid. People thought it was instant.