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Kenneth J. Newquist


Creating a One-Page Wonder

(September 2003)

Some think of a Web site, and imagine a huge, sprawling technomonstrosity hell bent on consuming all of their time and resources. Looking at the sheer intimidation factor - be it time, money or skill - they end up abandoning the idea of a Web site as being cost prohibitive. But it doesn't have to be like that...

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The Joys of Ego Surfing

(July 2003)

The Matrix has you... and you don't even know it. The surface of your ego has been skimmed from countless sources - Web pages you posted, stories you've written, disparaging words uttered by critics, the glowing praise of reviewers, and the unexpected contributions of literary clones who share your name.

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Database Evangelism: Why You Must Convert

(May 2002)

Technology is wonderful. Databases are made with Technology. Therefore Databases are wonderful. But if you're a hard sell you can find out the reasons that Databases are wonderful, and how they can help your Speculative Fiction business endeavors...

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D20: giving fans the keys to the asylum

(May 2001)

An overview of the D20 movement - how it began, and why it's a good thing...

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Build a Chat Room

(April 2001)

Pros and Cons of building what was supposed to be the Internet's 'killer app' but now can be seen to be a useful web site enhancement, like message boards and newsletters. Find out if a chat room could be a useful tool for you...

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Nuketown After the Redesign

(February 2001)

In 1996 Kenneth Newquist created Nuketown, a speculative fiction e-zine and news source. In the year 2000 Nuketown was redesigned - here is the story in the editor's own words...

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A Survey of Nuketown

(December 2000)

In April 2000, in order to get a better sense of the direction that a redesign for Nuketown (a speculative fiction e-zine) should take, GreenTentacles conducted a survey on the Nuketown site - here is the story of the survey in the editor's own words...

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The 2nd Wave of the Net Revolution

(November 2000)

Ken Newquist reacts to the current trend of reporting on the 'impending' Net Economy Crash... [mirrored from the October edition of Nuketown.com]

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