Like Victor Frankenstein, you've inadvertently created a monster, but unlike the tragic genius himself it's not too late for you to turn your modern Prometheus into something much more human-friendly - and this is the book that will tell you how. All of the mistakes have been made before - by other people - and you can learn from their failures. Don't delay, pick up this book and find out how to avoid creating the website equivalent of a triangular wheel (they certainly stand out - but do they work? ) If you're not an internet geek, don't worry this book is aimed at complete novices. You don't even need to have a website yet! If you ever plan on having your own website, you need to know what's inside this book.
Steve Fenton brilliantly juggles his three major alter-egos, software developer, music journalist and humorist. For this reason, the biography is similarly divided into three major paragraphs.
Between 2002 and 2012, Steve Fenton was involved in niche music magazine 'The Mag' and transformed the magazine from a local eight-page printed magazine into an international online magazine that topped the world-wide independent and alternative category on Alexa. The first few years were collated into a book to celebrate the ten-year anniversary in 'The Mag - The Early Years'.
Steve Fenton was also responsible for The Odford English Dictionary since its inception some 15 years ago. The ever increasing collection of humorous wordplay has accepted contributions from the general public since its inception and has been abridged into a collection of nearly 500 funny definitions in 'The Odford English Dictionary'. Further editions are planned to show case some of the altered words, phrases and Latin translations collected over the years.
Steve lives at home with his wife, daughter and ill-behaved cat.