An Information Toolkit


The whole may be greater than the sum, but when a computer stops working, it's just parts. Not very many parts but they're complex, dynamic, interconnected, interdependent and sometimes proprietary.
The Internet excels at exchanging text while computers are capable of discerning millions of colors; the use of graphics is appropriate and desireable. Until all access is broadband, good Web design will require that file size be a consideration. This section deals with the manipulation of digital graphics and while some are much larger, it begins with a picture worth just 31 words.
It's undisputed: Microsoft operates on more computers than any other system; Windows makes the world go around. If your copy isn't pulling its own weight or if it isn't pulling at all, there are links on this page to help kick it up a notch.
Sales of Microsoft Office software account for half of the company's income and arguably half of the operating system's usefulness besides its being a paradigm of business software. Links here to tips, tricks, tutorials and techsupport.
The Network
Local Area, Wide Area, Intra, Inter, Virtual and Private, the network has always been full of itself. It exists as a concept but its design, installation, management and administration is referenced here.
HyperText Markup Language: The lingua franca of the Internet is the how of a thousand links, today. Documenting it is like trying to cage smoke, as hard as trying to keep your computer current. Nothing is written in stone, standards are merely recommendations and the code is as variable as the content. But you wouldn't be reading this if it didn't work.

Details: Where the devil hides. (In the Webwork).