cmsharpe.com is the personal website of Cheryl Sharpe. You can find a brief introduction on the main page. Here is a more-thorough, but still concise, description of the site….
According to my diary, my original website was created on September 1, 1997. All I remember about it was that it was black text on a gray background. How exciting.
The site was taken down for a short time between my original ISP and the second one, around the end of 1997 and beginning of 1998, but has been continuously on-line ever since. Somewhere along the way, I changed its name from whatever it was (probably “Cheryl’s Home Page” or something to that effect) to “Cheryl’s Spot on the Web.” I later discovered that someone else has a “Cheryl’s Spot on the Web,” too, so I added “The Original” and “Established September 1, 1997″ on my previous site (still available here), since it appeared that mine was several years older. On May 14, 2004, I initiated the current site, after procuring the “cmsharpe.com” address and a host (Lunarpages).
Since this is a personal website, the content strongly reflects my personal interests – geography, meteorology, travel, computers, photography, etc. There is a photo gallery, a Looney Tunes section (according to site usage logs, this is the most popular destination for visitors who don’t know me personally), weather and news sections, and other miscellaneous items on the site. There has been a slow migration of links and other content from my old site to the new one, but I’ve put more time into the new features of the current site, since the old site is still quite accessible (both on my ISP’s system and on cmsharpe.com).
Questions and comments are welcome. There is an e-mail link on most pages, including the home page. You may also comment on the Blog and most of the photo gallery (see the main blog for more information and updates on this). I do, however, reserve the right to edit or delete inappropriate comments. Spammers, as you may guess from the previous sentence, are absolutely not welcome here. For the rest of you, I hope you find (or found) what you came here for.
CMS – Aug 22 2006