If you haven't seen us on America Online, come on by to keyword: webdiner. We run the Web Diner Forum for AOL, teaching HTML in live online classes! Our goal is to get any AOL member who wants a page up to speed in a short time.
Since I received my Master's in Library Science, I have worked in the database and information fields as an operations manager, database manager, project manager, abstractor/indexer, and as a consultant. I have a major interest in the dissemination of information and this has enamoured me with the Internet and the Web. This led to the co-founding of Web Diner Inc.
I have come to realize that I am an evangelist for the Web. I believe everyone, especially small business owners, should have a website. It is a great way to be able to present your message in exactly the way you would like, when you would like, as often as you would like.
Our corporate website is The Web Diner where we have free art and tutorials available. We will constantly be updating our tutorials and are looking into developing more content to help small business owners. I plan to have an online small business column up by mid-96.
I co-designed the website for Laurie McCanna, and we worked on the following portfolio pieces together:Technical Library Form #1 Technical Library Form #2 As a personal touch, I've included some of my personal writings: Poems