I have been surfing the web and developing content since the mid 1990's. I remember the time before Internet Explorer and Netscape when surfing the Internet was limited to Gopher, telnet, and FTP. It is amazing how much the times have changed.
a few days, I decided to put the book aside and see if I could come up with an example
of my own. I don't know where I got the idea to create a web version of the classic
I have a website dedicated to multimedia, website and eLearning projects that I am working on.
The website's name "Sir Bud" comes from my first dog Buddy who passed away in 2009.
The website includes links to several more of my projects.
Visit Sir Bud Productions (http://www.sirbudproductions.com/).
I created and maintain the Becvar.net website. It has links to some of the Becvar's
that I have found on the Internet. Like the Sir Bud Productions website, it is
still in development.
Visit Becvar.net (http://www.becvar.net/).
I created and maintain the website of Sir Toony Van Dukes the Clown. In 2008, I became
a clown and attended Moose Camp.
This was my first experience as a clown. Since then, I have continued my journey.
I am also an active member of the
Clown Forum. Sir Toony is
my whiteface clown.
Visit Sir Toony's Website (http://www.SirToonyVanDukes.com/).
I am the new webmaster for the Opera Guild of Northern Virginia (OGNV). The Opera Guild
introduces children to opera through outreach to parochial, private and public school systems,
OGNV helps assemble audiences for the Opera Theatre of Northern Virginia's annual children's
production and works with various non-profit groups to develop additional programs related to
bringing underprivileged, elderly and new immigrants into the community via a universal appreciation
for the arts.
Visit the Opera Guild of Northern Virginia (http://www.operaguildnova.org/).
In February 2009, I started a new website project that I call The Clown Network. The website is
designed to be a resource for professional clowns by providing links to clown organizations,
conferences, camps, and suppliers. It will also have information on related areas including
magic, face painting, balloon twisting, and juggling.
In addition to making this a website for clowns, I hope to use it as a way to learn PHP and MySQL. I think that using a database will greatly facility keeping the content on the website current. Visit The Clown Network (http://www.TheClownNetwork.com/).