I originally launched my web-related service offerings in 1998, when I began providing low-level consulting services to local professionals, teaching them about the web and what they could do with it.


After securing a respectable clientele, I decided to branch out in order to offer my services to a wider audience, and I subsequently created a more public home on the web to further the cause in 2005 with the launch of a web services firm called PALSYS.


Since that time, my work has been focused not only on technical development, but also content creation; while it is easily lost behind the media-driven face of the modern web, the written (or typed) word is still the real language that powers information exchange, and I am in the business of promoting words in general.


I am now an online publisher of engaging, enjoyable content on a variety of subjects, working to fill the web with the kind of words that people want to read. My content is published on both websites that I own and those of my clients, helping them to rank well in search engines, draw new traffic, and create new subscribers.


So what is it that I can do for you, exactly? Well, besides being something of a magician with the English language, I also boast sturdy HTML, CSS and PHP skills, along with extensive experience in social media, search engine optimization, and other forms of marketing, allowing me to offer you well-rounded assistance with nearly any project, web-based or otherwise.

#AncientHistory Tag

The question of when humans first migrated to the Americas is an interesting one whose answer will provide excellent insight into the migration paths of early humans, as well as the human history of the Americas. Given its great importance, it's no wonder that the search for answers has lead to some debate among archaeologists. The Clovis Culture The generally accepted theory of human migration over the...

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On September 28, 551 BCE, Confucius, one of the best known philosophers in modern times, was born. Known for his reflections on culture, society, government, and philosophy, Confucius was a Chinese teacher, editor, politician, and philosopher that lived during the Spring and Autumn period of Chinese history. Though credited with a wide variety of written works, Confucius is perhaps most recognized for authoring the Five Classics, though...

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On August 31 of the year 161 CE, Marcus Aurelius Commodus Antoninus Augustus, commonly referred to as Commodus, was born in Lanuvium, near Rome. The son of Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius and that man's first cousin, Faustina the Younger, Commodus was destined to take over the Roman Empire before his twentieth birthday. Commodus' birth is particularly notable for his being the first Roman Emperor to...

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On February 27 in the year 380, the Edict of Thessalonica was issued in Rome, making Nicene Christianity the official state religion of the empire and setting a course that would guide the religion of the west for the more than 1,600 years since. Also known as Cunctos populos, the edict was issued by Theodosius I, Gratian, and Valentinian II, following the baptism of Theodosius by...

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Ancient spaceships, non-electrical technology, energy creation and utilization through geometry, and mental alchemy - the mind can certainly wander when it comes to imagining the possibilities of ancient technology. The concept of technologically advanced civilizations in ancient or prehistoric times is a controversial one, generally favoured by "unqualified" archaeologists and investigators rather than polite academia, and this has lead to a strong stigma attached to historical...

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Scholars have been highly interested in the how's and why's of the fall of the Roman Empire for many hundreds of years and the 18th century saw the rise of a methodology that allowed for real, provable results in the quest for those answers. English historian Edward Gibbon published his six-part The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire from 1776 through...

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After seeing it referenced around the web, both in those dark corners where things must be taken with a grain of salt and in those slightly less dim corners where things are at least netizen-reviewed, I recently set aside two hours to watch Carl Munck's "The Code." The video itself is a presentation of the culmination of the research conducted by one man, Carl Munck, into...

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