• When I was about 10 years old, my father was especially good with webpage-making, and let me in on some of his mad HTML skillz. Now, a little kid and HTML wasn't exactly the most popular combination back then (heck, I sure did love running around outside more), but somehow, we got along well enough that I soon started making little pages of my own to show off stories I'd written and drawings I made (of which I must say I am very thankful are no longer on the 'net). My friends at the time, too, joined in and started making their own personalized corners of the internet, and we had our own little circles of website glory.

  • One thing that never changed was my websites were always a collective of both things I created, and things I loved. The first fan-site I ever made was devoted to CatDog (one of my earliest obsessions ever!), and as you can see, is still existing and going strong today. Making webpages to me is not only a way of putting my name and identity out there, but also sharing bits of my life, my mind and my heart that I really would like to let the world in on, and not to mention time capsules: this is especially true of the fansites.


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