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W h o a m I ?
Live by the words in this column.

"...I want to thank anyone who spends part of their day creating.  I don't care if it's a book, a film, a painting, a dance, a piece of theater, a piece of music, anybody -- anybody who spends part of their day sharing their experience with us, I think this world would be unliveable without art, and I thank you."
--Steven Soderbergh at the 2001 Academy Awards (Oscars)

"The only truly happy people are children and the creative minority."
-- Jean Caldwell

"Great things are done when men and mountains meet."
-- William Blake
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W h a t I s T h i s ?
Welcome to Version 3.0 of my own personal website.  It has certainly been some time since I have fiddled with HTML.  Some of you may remember my old web sites and how terrible they looked.  The html code looked like version "negative 4.0" and the navigation was horrid.  Well this time, I have tried to build one with a consistent heirarchy that, hopefully, will make the updates much easier.  I have also cleaned up a lot of the html to keep it nice and tidy.  The code should also comply with the W3C's guidelines for increase accessibility to users with disabilities.  Unfortunately, I have not had a chance to learn more about meta tags so that area is fairly empty.
Sooo...what is the main purpose of all of this?  Very simple...expression.  Click around, watch the videos, read the news articles that I have read today, learn about me, learn about what I offer, but most importantly, learn about what you can offer the world.  Feel free to contact me about anything and remember to fill out the survey.

P h o t o s
My photo albums have been transferred to PhotoWorks (popularly known for it's retail division, Seattle FilmWorks).  Their services are as impressive and probably better than Ofoto.com.  They're not so greedy or in need of increasing their customer base, making all users sign up with an account to look at shared photo albums.  I wonder how much influence "big brother" Amazon.com had on that decision.  I guess you have to do what you have to do to grow your business.  Contact me if you have trouble logging in or can not see any of the photo albums.

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