Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow isn't the first web site I've developed.
I've developed internal documentation web pages for Rockwell Automation. They're ancient, kind of ugly, and behind the firewall where you probably can't get to them. In many ways, that's a good thing. Everybody has got to start somewhere, though.
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Spacelanes was my first serious attempt at HTML. Well, maybe serious isn't quite the right word. My crappy little web pages were languishing, when some subversive content decided to take them hostage.
Bitchy Design Queen is my personal soapbox. There have been only two installments to date: my critique and suggestions for novice web page designers and suggestions on how Minicon could solve its logistical problems (sadly no longer relevant, not because the con-com solved any of these problems, but because they decided to radically change the convention).
I'm currently not looking for other employment, but you're welcome to see my resume. My current work is with Lotus Notes system design and administration, but I've been a software developer, an e-mail specialist, I've written documentation, and I put out some pretty good web pages, if I do say so myself.
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