|Until|| recently, I wrote for a living - software manuals, procedural manuals, intranet/internet websites, help-files. (I'm retired now.)
Like thousands of others, I wanted to write novels/screenplays/polemics. I bought a computer to write on and discovered a whole new range of displacement activities - to put off the moment when I'd have to try to fill a blank screen ("maybe I'd write better if the screen were light green...", "perhaps if I tried this new piece of software...", "maybe I could write a macro to do this...").
But with the Web, various projects began to converge with the "day-job", enabling me to indulge in the kind of writing I enjoy. I hope you will enjoy reading it.
The Webbery & Nettery section offers advice to businesses contemplating using the Internet and the Web.
I no longer present a CV - since I longer want a job.
Links to other interesting sites.
There's also a complete Table of Contents for the whole web-site