Genealogy: I started family research in 1983 to
help my grandmother. But in the process of learning how to track dead
people through their records, I got hooked.
Web Design: I began learning webmaking in 2005 and
used my genealogy research as the content so I could 'practice' and learn
codes. I ended up with 7 web sites, including two sites that the
original webmaster allowed me to take over and re-design.
Creative and Academic Writing: I've always enjoyed
writing stories and poems, but I also feel challenged when doing writing
that requires source documentation. Genealogy uses different methods
to give sources than academic writing, but at heart it is similar.
Disability Issues: I've always been passionate about
disability concerns. The current ADA does not address all the
problems a disabled person faces each day.
Television: I tend to 'listen' to television like a
radio. So I rarely 'watch' TV, but it's on as background noise while I
work on webpages. I detest most 'sitcoms'--I don't think they're
funny, though I love to watch skillful comedians. I mostly watch
crime dramas...always grateful 'Justice' can be sought.
This page was last updated on Sunday, December 20, 2015 05:22
Judith Ann Florian
Girard, Ohio 44420
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