I operate d12 Web Design and Development, which specializes in web sites for small businesses, organizations, and individuals. It’s mostly just me, but I have a couple of friends who work with me as consultants, so I tend to use “we” and “us” a lot.
I strive to show my clients how to leverage the power of a website to achieve their goals, and maintain both a blog and a wiki that show them how to do just that.
The power of the internet is that people can create interesting things, and then get together to share those things. The more people create and share great content, the better a place the internet will be.
I use and love open source software. Two open source packages that I use a lot are WordPress and GetSimple.
In addition to my working on my own things, I also contribute to various support and documentation efforts on the web.
I am a very busy person. I like it that way.
If you need to, you can contact me.
There are a number of other open source software packages that I like to use.
New theme (tentatively named “AzulFossa”) for GetSimple CMS
New podcast: Project Analog Echoes #1: The Lite-Brite Episode
New podcast: Silent Noise Project #7
Update blog post about custom menus in WordPress to reflect recent changes in WordPress 3.8
Items from 2014 are on the History page.