Karen Kreps has played a pioneering role in interactive media, having
helped to launch Prodigy and Austin360. Now she's an independent developer,
owner of Net Ingenuity. She's a content expert who can scope out a large
project and attend to its final details. Works hard, plays hard.
From the world of New York Publishing to Austin Cyber Limits, Karen Kreps
has played a pioneering role in interactive media. She's a content person
who can scope out a large project and attend to its final details. Works
hard, plays hard.
Graduated in 1997 from Southwest Texas State University with a B.S. in
Computer Science and a B.A. in Medieval Studies. I currently work for
Austin Community College and the Community Action Network as a Web Graphics
Designer. I also do freelance web development work. In my spare time I
enjoy spending time with my 4-year old son: reading, playing and having
Kathy is a modern renaissance woman who will happily learn any new artistic
or technological tool and tackle any challenge with zeal.
I work as a technical writer at National Instruments. I enjoy reading,
writing, getting involved in the community, and playing with my pets (2
dogs and 2 cats). I also foster dogs for Blue
(aka Kierstin Jayne)
Herdomain member since 1999.
Currently the new assistant editor at The Flick Report, a commercial,
real estate journal for central and south texas (job found through Herdomain!).
Tenacious advocate of animal rescue, closet poet, law & order. Fanatic,
tequila connaisseur, scrabble player, mah jong solitaire novice and orthodontia
Lara is a licensed commercial real estate agent with a specialization
in tenant representation for the high tech community. Her wide array of
experience includes founder of Jelly
Bean Productions; co-founder of Alternate Audio, now known as IoStudios;
Past Vice President of IICS-Austin; '97 Spring Fundraising Chair of Austin
Free-Net; and '96-'97 SXSW Interactive
Open House Coordinator & Volunteer. Currently, she hangs her hat at the
Don Cox Company.
Lisa is a Leo who likes grrrl movements, music, and travel. She currently
works as a linguist of sorts at Cycorp and plays music for fun. After playing guitar
in the band *Floater* for a year, she learned that it is the drummer who
gets all the action. So she bought a drum set and formed *Veronica* with
two other rockin' girls. They put out a couple records posthumously. Currently
she is in a lounge band *velour fantasia* with some fellow webgrrls. She
just started working with stephanie on Feminology - Women's Resources
on the Net and is interested in becoming involved with other Webgrrls
in e-zine, film, or music projects.
Graduated from UT with a CS degree back in 1999. As well as being a freelance
web programmer, over the past years, I became a realtor, a landlord, and
a taekwando black belt. Being a realtor has been a fun relief from sitting
behind a computer all day. At home, I enjoy playing vintage pianos, sampling
neat sounds, and writing stories with my husband as well as hanging out
with our cats.
Lisa provides consulting and contract services to nonprofits in Austin
and around the world, mostly relating to technology and information management.
Many of her clients and partners are faith-based organizations. She is
amazed and delighted that she gets to call Austin home.
Contract staffing consultant specializing in software development, currently
studying Visual Basic. Will be happy to share leads with other recruiters
and do all it takes to make my candidates and clients happy. Anyone interested
in forming strong alliances in this business, GET IN TOUCH!
Former life? Journalist, zine editor, web site editor-in-chief for many
sites -- including House of Blues and Houston Press -- book editor, essayist,
columnist, feature writer, record and book buyer (vinyl days) and researcher/content
creator/content expert in Interactive since about 1990, begun w/temping
in the new media division of a little company called Warner Brothers in
Burbank. Fun while it lasted. Bopped around Hollywood, writing television
pilots, riding multiple-platform interactive wave, writing documentary
CD ROMs, entertainment blurbs for LA Times site, proposals for convergent
television/internet pilots (uh, 1995 was not a hot year for that) and
longing for Texas soil and soul.
Back in Austin Sept 99, just in time for dot.com bomb
drop. Been there, done that. Somehow snagged copywriter gig at startup,
downsized in April, enrolled in massage school.
MFA Creative/Writing Poetics.
creative work? Book, solo CD, and lit arts web site, http://www.bodyofwords.com
-- as seen at the MOCA, L.A. and finalist in the GII awards, 98. And of
course, the fabulous Gynomite project, details at http://www.gynomite.com.
Currently teaching yoga classes and writing and performance classes for
women. Trying to specialize in igniting and sustaining creativity and
stress relief of the neck, shoulders, arms and back. Have been studying
and practicing hatha yoga for over 11 years. Book projects, some freelance
publishing lit on the web, somewhat addicted to (other people's) bloggin',
learning the subtle art of finding daily joy.
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