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Behind the Scenes
by Roswell Camp
Hi there. My name's Ros. I'm the son of the author, and I'm also the webmaster. I'm the one who answers fan email, and I manage the Facebook presence, the Google+ presence, and Twitter. The author doesn't do any of those things (aside from an occasional post on Facebook). He just doesn't have the time.
I've been running the website since 1993, back in the days of Trumpet Winsock and the NCSA Mosaic web browser. It started as a side-project for what I was doing at the time, and just grew from there. It was never supposed to be a full-time job, but that's what it ended up being.
Since I'm only one who does any work on the website (I'm not counting the people at Yahoo!, which hosts the site; I'm just talking about the design and stuff) these credits are really just about me. It's a vanity page. Still, people sometimes write in to ask what software I use, or what hardware I use, and I'm putting that here, along with some other thank-yous.
If you want to know why the website looks the way it does, check out the Website Design page. And if you're wondering about my (occasionally weird and/or nonstandard) use of grammar, go to the Website Grammar page. This page is just for listing names and tools and stuff.
Design, Layout, Graphics, HTML, PERL Programming, Non-Quoted-Content, and basically everything else on the site that wasn't directly gleaned from a book or review or letter:
People the Aforementioned Design Team/Person Wishes to Thank:
10 February 2017
The Prey series, the Virgil Flowers series, the Kidd series, The Singular Menace, The Night Crew, Dead Watch, The Eye and the Heart: The Watercolors of John Stuart Ingle, and Plastic Surgery: The Kindest Cut are copyrighted by John Sandford. All excerpts are used with permission.
All original content on the website (excluding some other specifically disclaimed text) is copyright © 1997-2016 by Roswell Anthony Camp. Please do not steal anything from these pages. If you want to borrow something, write and ask first. Help keep moofs happy.