Project: This company was started by my grandfather many years ago. He sold genealogy CDs, hand-made miniature grandfather clocks, and other crafts. In 2007 he handed it over to me. I have since automated paperback book ordering and digital downloads.

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Project: Texas Carnivals has been such a fun success! I started this website to cover events in other states and so that I could have a generic name to use in my writing. Previous Screenshots:

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Project: Website makeover, including product photography. I kept this website’s original logo, green textured background, and a few of the original images for a “familiar” feel to returning visitors. This project gave me an opportunity to improve my photography and photoshop skills. It was interesting to learn about their products and about the nutraceuticals industry.

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This is one of the many hobby-websites that I do in my free time. It was originally hand-coded, but once it reached a certain size and traffic level, I switched to WordPress.

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Project: Rebuild cluttered website. Most of the work I did for this company was in the backend, which means that it is not visible to the public. I am very grateful to AFS for giving me the opportunity to learn more about programming and databases and for letting me stay in practice with webserver management.…

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Major cutbacks at my day job will be leaving me with more spare time on my hands. This is the year that my fun hobby will become how I support my family. Price increases – sorry folks. I have been offering several services at near break-even rates. As I emphasize the importance of making this…

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I recently ran across the list of what I hoped to accomplish in 2012. It was discouraging to see how few of my goals had become reality. My lazy side said to re-use this list as my 2013 resolution. But my logical side said that it is time for a new plan of action ……

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Here is where I say farewell to my all-too-brown look of 2008. I liked it at first 🙂 Then I checked it out on some other peoples’ computers and realized that this beautiful hue can be quite ugly on the wrong screen. Screenshots of that design are below. Not sure how long it will take…

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