- Mike now works in the operations group as a System
Administrator at Yahoo! in Santa Clara, CA.
- Entertainment Asylum
- A previous member of our team on this incredibly cool
site, which is the ultimate place for anything that is entertainment.
- Your home on the web! Mike worked in the
Operations Department there. Join GeoCities
- The Official
#iiam Chat Page! - This is
another site we host. The "#iiam" IRC
channel was run on the Internet in a Mall IRC
server. When Earthlink bought out IIAM, many of
the channel's "regulars" stopped
visiting the room, and it has since "dried
up." However, the pages are still here...so
- KDDB Country
- We actually designed this site a couple
years back, and then recently redesigned it.
However, they decided to switch to a different
provider after the second facelift, and the new
provider used their own design instead of the one
we made for them. These are the pages we created
for the second design, still on our server.
Impossible - The Web Adventure - Kerry
worked for the freelance company who created this
very popular site, which corresponded to the
release of that movie. The site, hosted by Apple
Computers, has since been removed.
- The Z Axis
- A gaming site we created on the GeoCities site.
Home at GeoCities - The page
Mike uses at work. It was created to aid him in
doing his day-to-day work at GeoCities.
in a Mall - One of Mike's first
"real" internet jobs. Internet in a
Mall was a national ISP, providing excellent,
affordable dial-up internet access and web
hosting. They went bankrupt, and were purchased
(assimilated...) by Earthlink Network. Mike was
the "Webmaster" for that company, and
Kerry was the "Webmistress." Together,
they designed the entire site, did all of the
graphic design, and set up all the new personal
and commercial ("Virtual Hosting") web
accounts. We must say that we always hated the
design of this site, but we made them what they
- Internet in a School
- Kerry created this section of the
"Internet in a Mall" web site herself.
This special section was to promote the schools
to whom IIAM gave free internet access.
- KZOZ FM
- This radio station is owned and
operated by the same company as the KDDB site (as
listed above). It, coincidently, also has the
- Pujol Motors
- Another site we created (or began
creating...) which was never used. It seemed that
the person who started us working on the project
later lot all interest (or just motivation), and
the site was never completed...
- Kerry worked on this site for a short time,
while she was working at the freelance design
firm who did the Mission Impossible site.