Natanya Pitts-Moultis is a writer, trainer, and WebMaster. Her responsibilities at LANWrights include the development and maintenance of the company Web site, research and writing on Web- and HTML-related books, and development of related Internet- and networking training materials. "The Official BBEdit Book" (principal author: Bob LeVitus, ZD Press, 1997) is her authorial debut, but her ghostwriting credits include "Webmaster Macintosh," with Bob LeVitus and Jeff Evans, and the "Hip Pocket Guide to HTML 3.2" by Ed Tittel and James Michael Stewart. A 2nd edition of the "Hip Pocket Guide," with Natanya as an accredited author, has recently been completed for IDG for release later in December, 1997. Natanya is also the principal author of "HTML Style Sheets Design Guide," from Coriolis, released in December, 1997.
In February, 1997 Ms. Pitts-Moultis began teaching HTML and Web design classes at Austin Community College (ACC). Her courses, which include classes on "Beginning HTML," "Intermediate HTML," and a variety of advanced HTML topics (including Frames, Shockwave, and Animation techniques), have become so popular it looks like she has a guarantee of lifetime employment!
At present, Natanya's involved in converting her ACC classroom materials from conventional PowerPoint presentations, to an HTML- and Java-based implementation for Web-based delivery. The only way she can reach more students is to extend her reach into the "virtual classroom." To that end, she's spearheading LANWright's push into Web-based training, and repurposing of existing materials.
Natanya graduated from the University of Texas in 1993 with a BA in Latin and is a certified Social Studies and Journalism teacher. Prior to her employment at LANWrights in 1996, Natanya was the WebMaster for Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, an educational research institution and think tank, where she also mastered educational CDs, and helped affiliate institutions with their Web sites.
When Natanya's not attached at the hip, or rather wrist, to her computer, Natanya enjoys two-steppin', reading, working out, and complicating her husband's life.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
C.C. Sanders is a writer, Internet researcher, and multimedia content developer who has contributed to over twelve Internet-related titles since 1995, including Sams.net's "Macromedia Web Publishing Unleashed", Wiley's "Web Graphics Sourcebook", and numerous IDG titles, including "More HTML For Dummies" and "The Intranet Bible". She is an author of Osborne/McGraw-Hill's "Building VRML Worlds", from which her introductory chapters were excerpted as Web Informant magazine's January, 1997 cover story. "Building VRML Worlds" was recently published in Italian as "VRML: Aggiornato Alla Versione 2.0."
During 1997, C.C. also wrote a monthly column for Web Publisher magazine; her interviews with Web designers and artists included profiles of designers such as Entropy8 creator Auriea Harvey, Word art director Yoshi Sodeoka, and Salon artistic director, Mignon Khargie. Web Publisher's August, 1997 issue, "Virtual Future", featured her second VRML magazine cover of the year, an interview with VRML creators Mark Pesce and Tony Parisi. Sanders was also a judge for Web Publisher's 1997 design competition.
A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Indiana University, Sanders holds degrees in French and Comparative Literature (with a focus in the 20th century interrelationship of the arts). From 1995 to 1996, C.C. pursued graduate studies in electronic music composition and the relationship between architecture, music, computers, and virtual reality at the University of Texas at Austin. In addition to her ongoing involvement with synesthesic composition, Sanders' recent musical projects include original musical composition for Dell Computer's "Points of Light" training CD-ROM, and performances as the cellist for the band Melanie Louise. Her Web site can be visited at www.vcomm.com/ccsanders.Email: email@example.com
Having graduated with a Fellowship in Advanced Engineering Study from MIT (Cambridge, MA), Ramesh has a total of 8 years' work experience in the IT industry. Ramesh has worked extensively with Internet, Microsoft, Sybase, and Powersoft technologies. He has been involved with many interesting projects in a variety of roles, technical lead for some projects, providing as an on- or off-site consultant on others, while doing programming and coding for yet other projects. In addition, Ramesh has authored seven books on a variety of programming-related topics, including Java, J++, ActiveX, Active Server Pages, and PowerBuilder. He has also been a technical editor for a dozen books on similar topics, and has written numerous articles for publications that include the PowerBuilder Developer's Journal and an Omnis-focused newsletter. You can reach Ramesh via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit his Web page at http://home.att.net/~rksoftware.