FAQ's about Classic websites:
Jill Probst— Immersed in the world of computers since the mid '60's when I was hired by the Navy to develop command & control programs, I spent two decades in computer systems performance and management [making things work] for Univac, Shell, ICL, and Bechtel. During the ICL years in the UK, I helped start an antiques business that has been a focus (obsession?) since 1980, CharlesEdwin.com.
When the Internet emerged with its technical challenges and marketing potential, my systems background proved to be a good fit and I moved into website design as soon as the Internet came to central Virginia. This was 1996. My first clients were antiques dealers and local organizations, and soon there were so many others I added client hosting on my own semi-dedicated servers -- to be sure performance was a good as it should be.
With years of experience running two small businesses of my own, I can relate to the concerns of my clients about their image, marketing exposure, and maximizing the return on their website investment.