From time to time we host pages or websites here for friends. It's useful when a site project is just in formation, or when friends went a place to store files for reference from other Interneet offerings.
- ALA International. Among the most profound approaches to management learning is Action Learning, perfected in the UK by Reginald Revans and George Bolden. Based on principles of experiential learning, organizational development programs focus on live progress at real-time projects featuring system accountability and promising direct results. The folks behind this website have been at the process for a long time and with profound results in many corners of the world.
- River Basin Management. One of my very good friends, Washington Mutayoba, heads a World Development Bank project in Tanzania for water and sanitation in the northern reaches of his country. As times he's spent months in the "field" living with the nomatic Massai people. He also serves in the Ministry of Water and Sanitation for his country.
- Genealogy Found. Sandy Kinter is a good personal friend who has helped me build some patience and learn some tricks at uncovering one's roots. Recently I've been helping her start a website in order to share some of her greatest finds, and hopefully to find some part-time work helping others.
- Lynx 58 Steve was Senior Class President of a proud class that graduated from Lincoln High School in Seattle, Washington. Here's a little website that he put up a long time ago in an effort to keep the old gang together.