My dream is to make a living as an independent Web publisher. Working since 1992, I've steadily expanded my Internet information efforts, and now I've reached that dream.
I am grateful to all the people who use my online works and books, and especially those who visit my Web site regularly.
I also wish to thank the funding sources for this Web site. I've been excited to see that as the Web has matured, there are opportunities for small publishers like myself to find a niche and earn a living online. I want to thank the affiliate programs that fund this site. I also want to thank all those who have purchased advertising on my site and those who have licensed my photography.
Thank you all--visitors and funders alike--you keep me working!
To do all my work, nearly every day, I use skills in mathematics to think logically and see relationships among things, human communication and technical communication for insight into how to create Web-based documents and other communication to serve my site's audience, computer science for understanding information technology and doing software development, and creative writing for a process of invention, revision, and intuitive (rather than logical) comparison and communication. I also use my skills to live simply and frugally so that I can be free to do the work I want.
You can find out more information about me in my biographical statement. I list books I've been reading, all-time favorites, and my social network profiles on my personal page. You can learn about my last name or other things on my FAQ. If you have a question about my site, you can search december.com or, if you have a general question, you can search the Web. See this information about email from and to december.com. Thanks for your interest!