I finally found some time to redesign my personal homepage, which has been in desperate need of an update. My homepage has been online in various forms and various URL's since around 1995.
The first version of my homepage was hosted by a BBS service I used to dial into called the Jungle. In 1997 I transferred my homepage to Seton Hall's web servers, when I stared my undergraduate studies. My website at the time was called The Gothic Pit, and was essentially a collection of links to bands I liked and animated gifs. This of course was the height of HTML design at the time.
In 2000 I redesigned my homepage to focus on my programming and computer security projects. The page is actually still (somehow) online, although the formatting doesn't look nice in modern web browsers.
In 2001 when I started grad school at the University of Pittsburgh, I again transferred my homepage to the computer science department's web servers. This site mainly focused on my graduate work.
In 2006 I registered the domain mike-gualtieri.com, but this website has been largely inactive until now.
My current plan for this website is to discuss various issues in computing that I find interesting, and host a variety of personal projects I work on.
Posted: Aug 06, 2010
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