I’ve been blogging, intermittently, since 2000. My first blog was at wm.edu/~kasaka, back in the “edit, save, reload” days before most people actually called them “blogs” (thanks, Professor Whittenburg!).
I made my first client websites in the spring of 1997 (thanks, Angela Williams, Ann Marlow, and Sunny Greene!), and I created my first personal site at tjhsst.edu/~ksakas around the same time.
You can view a copy of my Sakas Consulting website, circa 2002, courtesy of the data scrapers at ZoomInfo. I’m now up to “22 years of computer experience” but I still occasionally refer to the time I “removed a [live] mouse from a client’s house on an otherwise routine house call.”
Ten years later, it’s now time to turn “intermittent” into “continuous.” Thanks for visiting!