B52.net is made up of a loosely-knit group of creative professionals who have been making websites together since the 20th Century
Pete Gray is the chief coder and project co-ordinator. He started coding with 6502 assembler language back in '78. His personal website is nothing like a B52.net site - it contains thousands of files and has a whole whack of vintage java content dating back to 1997.
Cindy McGlynn is a writer, researcher, editor, photographer, and design consultant who writes HTML. She has a journalism degree and often appears in the Globe and Mail. Her website, Grapegirl.com is a perfect example of a B52.net website.
Robert Clarke is a graphic artist and cartoonist. He made the B52.net logo, and lots of the other graphics that appear on our sites. His website is waiting to be spun into a true B52.net site.
Steve Bellerby is a teacher, educator, hang-glider, and so much more. He does a lot of our photography, and finds us great deals on computer hardware when we need it. He does not have a B52.net web site.
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