...is dedicated to webspinners and ebook writers everywhere.
I made the color code charts so I would have an easy, all-platform reference for
working on color values in HTML. It was intended for distribution as a zipped HTML archive type
"ebook", a copy of which will be online for viewing in the reading room at the Freebooks Project and available for download there.
I will be evaluating HTML ebook compliers and EXE versions will be available that have more than just the codes charts.
...I started writing web pages in 1998 when I had no phone and had to create my own content in order to have something at which to point my browser. I became Volunteer Webmaster for GorgeLink.Org in December, 2000
after getting bored enough to go through the area phone book and, as a joke, create "The Mid-Columbia River Gorge New Millenium Readiness Test", which became the foundation for the Mid-Columbia River Gorge Community Resources Directory at GorgeLink.Org.
...is a non-profit portal to the web content of businesses, organizations
and people in the Mid-Columbia River Gorge region of the Pacific Nothwest, USA. It started on the web in January, 2001
with a Gorge Community Resources Directory,
some Newspages and outsourced bulletin board and chat features.
...started February, 2003 to smooth out a DNS transfer for GorgeLink.Org and as an extension of internet services by GorgeLink to members, supplying POP3 email and space for webprojects.