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jonathangeke - Pronunciation Key (k)
transitive verb geked, gek·ing, gekes
  1. 1. To supplement technology with effort.
  2. 2. To obtain with great effort through technology or intelligence.

From eke meaning to increase and geek meaning a person who is accomplished in technical pursuits

Example: We're just trying to geke out a living on the web.

G E K E . N E T is the design & web services outlet for Jonathan Cook, who is also known by the handle/nick/pseudonym phalen180 or phalen orion.

G E K E . N E T was created in April, 2002 in order to separate those services from other web projects; previously designs created by Jonathan had been credited under the name oneinfin8tyzero collective, which may have caused some confusion, since other members of the group were rarely involved.

Jonathan has been programming in Visual Basic since 1996, and creating and managing websites using HTML and JavaScript/JScript since 1997, including several sites with hundreds of pages of content.

Since 1999, he has been combining his knowledge of Visual Basic with his knowledge of web design to create ASP-based (Advanced Server Pages) web solutions. In addition, in the past year, an emphasis has been placed on creating designs using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and standards compliant HTML and XHTML.

We believe it is important to design with web standards in mind; While we attempt to create designs which will "degrade" and remain usable in 4.x version browsers and on CSS/DOM incompatible browsers, it is our intention to only support 'styled' content on standards-compliant browsers such as Internet Explorer 6 and Mozilla FireFox.

Please visit the PORTFOLIO section to view examples of our design work and the PROGRAMMING PORTFOLIO to see screenshots of some of our programming work.

Expert in the following areas:

We are also available for general network and project consultation in the Southern California (greater Los Angeles & Orange County) area.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.

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design by G E K E . N E T
best viewed in 1024x768 screen resolution using a standards compliant browser
logo based on a public domain drawing of a hand making the sign of the cross, no disrespect is intended
all other contents and code copyright © 2002-2005 jonathan cook

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