ROVIN' AND RAVIN' WITH MIKE
Copyright © 2004 by Michael Segers, Brought to you by Peanut.org
Have you built your website yet?
All the links in these articles were checked and revised if necessary July 2004.
The Internet is not just for passive observers. With no expense and little time or trouble, you can be the proud proprietor of your own little spot in cyberspace. These articles, from Rovin' and Ravin', an ongoing series of articles brought to you by the first community freenet in Georgia, can serve as an introductory textbook on what you need, where you can find it (free!), and how to use it to get your own website online. Start with this three-part series:
"Who Wants to Be a Web-master?"
Find free web space and even register a domain name.
"Who Still Wants to Be a Web-master?"
Find the tools you need to create a web page and to get it to your home on the Internet.
"Web-masters (and Mistresses) of the Universe"
Add pictures, sounds, e-mail, guest books, and other free features to your site.
Then, you are ready to fine-tune your site:
Understand Internet addresses.
Use your scanner and digital camera.
Use pictures on your page.
Add a little sound to a web page.
Make them ask "How'd you do that?
Get 'em while they're free!
Celebrate good things and good people:
Save and share your website
in an e-book (again, for free).
Create an online family heirloom.
"Translate" the language of cyberspace, so you can sound as if you know more than you do.
Surprise yourself with this great, easy effect.
Check these other great resources.
(These are on other sites.)
try this at home--or anywhere else!
Join the guide and an online community.
Consult this computer & Internet dictionary.
free software to create your pages.
Download free software to get your page online.
Right-click to download a free e-book.
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Photo (above) Copyright © 2004 by Kenneth Leland; used by permission