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If you have questions or comments about this site, please email me at atjacob@facstaff.wisc.edu.

Picture of Tony JacobFor those interested, I've been "doing" web stuff for about 6 years, on and off. I've designed 3 sites: the University of Wisconsin-Madison's General Chemistry site (major revisions by other web gurus have since been made), this College Level One web site (part of the National Institute for Science Education, NISE, program), and the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Chemistry Department's Chemistry Learning Center web site.

On the technical side of things, I used an Apple Macintosh for nearly all my work (a PowerMac 7600, 120 MHz, at home and either a PowerMac 7200, 200 MHz, or PowerMac G3, 300 MHz, at work). I had between 64 and 96 megabytes of RAM on these computers and usually a 6.4 GB hard drive. On the softer side of things, I've used Adobe Photoshop 5.5, Macromedia Fireworks 3.0, BoxTop GIFmation 2.1 (came free with my animated clip art), and a variety of other shareware and freeware. I used Microsoft Word 6.0 as an editor for most of the web pages' html code, and occassionally used Adobe PageMill 3.0, Macromedia Fireworks 3.0, and Bare Bones BBEdit Lite 4.0 (freeware) to lesser degrees. I used Adobe Acrobat 3.0 to converted files to the pdf (portable document file) format, and Microsoft Word 98 for Windows to convert to the PC Word files. Finally, the database work was done with Microsoft Visual InterDev and placed on a SQL server.

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