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Official launch of the new www.paulmarktag.com

Today, October 8, 2007, is the official launch date of my new web site. Jeniffer Thompson and her team from Monkey C Media worked with me to produce a web site that I am proud of. The development took several steps. First, we spend hours together (on the phone) looking at various web sites that I liked and didn’t like. Then, after we developed a backdrop that seemed appropriate for the themes of my book, she painstakingly created a site to which she adapted everything from my old site (and more) that I had developed myself. Please take note of the pages listed (to the right) after you click on Blog. I didn’t fully appreciate the flexibility I would have in creating new pages there myself. Many of the pages there are also linked to items on the home page.

Jeniffer did a great job and I would recommend her to others who might be considering a web design.

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2 Responses to “Official launch of the new www.paulmarktag.com”

  1. Monkey » Official launch of the new www.paulmarktag.com Says:

    [...] Check it out! While looking through the blogosphere we stumbled on an interesting post today.Here’s a quick excerpt Jeniffer Thompson and her team from Monkey C Media worked with me to produce a web site that I am proud of…. [...]

  2. Duncan C. Blanchard Says:

    I enjoyed your essay in the recent BAMS. It was interesting to read your account of why you left the NRL and how you got going on a career in writing fiction. I also got involved in writing for the general public. While I was working at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution I wrote “From Raindrops to Volcanoes.” It was published in 1967 in Doubleday’s Science Study Series. When I retired in 1989 from The Atmospheric Sciences Research Center at the University at Albany I wrote “The Snowflake Man.” In the May 2004 BAMS essay I told about the problems I had in getting my book written and then getting it published.
    Now to the NRL. You must have known my friend Bill Garrett. We worked on similar problems and were together at a number of conferences.
    You have a great web site. It should get lots of attention. I wish you well in your writing endeavors.

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