I have noticed that some of the personal projects I work on either fail to be documented or, if I do document the projects, the Word or text document remain on my hard drive for only me to see even though the instructions may be useful to others. For example, this set of instructions for rooting a Barnes & Noble Color Nook.
Eventually I found a need to create a font file so that I could type the calligraphy characters associated with the basic notes a typical shakuhachi can play. For discussion and documentation on how to create font files, click Font Files.
One of the more eye-opening web technologies I discovered and used to create a web-based tool for my shakuhachi website was AJAX. For more information on AJAX and how I used it, click AJAX.
This website you are now viewing is a project worth mentioning. I am using a WYSIWYG web development tool call NetObjects Fusion Essentials. For my thoughts on the experience click Personal Website.