... Search and see if there is not some place where you may invest your humanity.
-- Albert Schweitzer
Welcome to PlanetandPeople.com
With over a decade of experience in web development, this project began as a means to serve the nonprofit community, reaching out to the issues that I care most deeply about: the Earth and all living things dependent thereupon. My goal is to help organizations, businesses, and individuals interested in starting a website use technology appropriately to further their cause.
I provide services to clients within the Lexington, KY and the Bluegrass area, as well as national and international organizations.
My specialties include search engine optimization and web accessibility and usability, striving for standards compliance with Section 508 of the Americans With Disabilities Act. I can help you make your website accessible to all.
Feel free to contact me about your project needs, including web design, re-design, and maintenance, graphic design, blog creation, online book publishing, Second Life nonprofit and business setup, outreach services, writing, photography, and more! I also have specially-priced package deals available. Services typically rendered within 48 hours, and new website creations can generally be ready within 1-2 weeks.
Working as a freelance consultant, I am excited about the work that I do and invite you to explore this website to learn more about my services.
And to explore my photography, click here...
N-Ten: The Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network
The Electronic Frontier Foundation
Founder of: Kentucky Explorers, Ethnographers of Second Life Social Workers of Second Life, Appalachian Advocates, Pat Metheny Fanclub, Ryuichi Sakamoto Fanclub, RUSH (musical group) Fanclub.
Owner of: Botanica Garden Center
Member of: University of Kentucky, Kuurian Expedition at Indiana University, Second Life Press Club, The Ethics Group, Techsoup.org, Nonprofit Commons, Nonprofit Global Network, NTEN, Techsoup.org, Science Center, Geishas, Thinkers, Psychology and Behavioral Science, Spaceflight Museum Happenings
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