any many many many corrections and versions later does a website see the light of day. It's unlike anything else I've made. There is only the computer (mostly) and the screen. Things you thought looked alright yesterday don't look quite the same today - there is always room for making it better and better - there is always more to do. I feel what I used to feel when I began doing print layouts, it's a puzzle but the base is logic not emotion as much as art. I find websites fun yet they require a clinical approach (compared to illustrations, sculpture, printmaking, music, cooking and writing in my opinion.) Here's my first live website - there are a few more in the stages before going online. More websites coming up soon! Including a new version of the one you are reading! It's still got some bugs and missing things but do check out Nafco's website.