Welcome to my home
page. I have gathered information about myself, my Human Computer Interaction
(HCI) related education, and my job and placed them here for you to explore
and enjoy. Did you know that there are more than 20 million people
who access the Web? This Web Site is an example of the many ways that people
are learning more about the world around them. The World Wide Web is an
exciting new way to communicate.
Please drop me a line before you leave my site.
You can do this by clicking on the e-mail button at the bottom of this
page (leaving me an electronic mail message) or by filling out the form
in my guestbook. Browse to your heart's content and most of all, "Have
Fun!". Thank you for dropping by!
This site is likely to change daily.
Readers, especially peers are encouraged to check this site frequently.
The latest revision date of each applicable file is noted within brackets
This section contains general information
(brief resume/biography) about the author.
HCI Section Index
This is the main section of this home page that
contains HCI-related links, bibliography, definitions, analysis and evaluation
methods, articles review, etc.
Articles Review [04/20/97]
This section contains lessons learned by the author
in developing this home page. Also a 'Design Report'. Dates when specific
lessons have been learned are provided (within brackets).
The following peers reviewed this home page. To
review their comments or visit their home page, please click on the following
Useful Information for Cliff's
of a Programmer (Humor) [08/20/98]
(Systems/Software Development Life-Cycle) [08/20/98]
12 Rules for DBMSs [08/20/98]
Normalization Rules [08/20/98]
12 Rules for Distributed Databases [08/20/98]
Suggestions, Comments, Feedback
For more information, or if you have comments,
suggestions and/or feedback to this home page please contact:
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Revised: January 31, 1997
Last revision date: April 27, 1997
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