Developed a LAMP server for the Car Talk radio show in 1995.
It was one of the first websites to use the commercial version of Apache/SSL (Stronghold).
US News & World Report selected CarTalk.com as one the world's best websites in its March, 1996 issue.
In 1996, I started one of the Web's first cloud companies, Server.com,
which provided a suite of web-based apps listed below.
The first app was a Personal Information Manager which
I announced on comp.infosystems.www.announce on Oct 16, 1996.
It got some press, Yahoo made it a "Site of the Day" in July of '97, but it was never very popular.
In 1997, I developed several webapps-
newsletter, forum, calendar, and guestbook managers and a form builder.
In 2001, I expanded the form builder into a full-fledged online database manager.
In 2002, I developed a suite of integrated apps for private use-
email, calendars, databases, and forums which I still use.
In 2002, I developed one of the first online RSS readers.
At the time, I was following Dave Winer's blog and he was very enthusiastic
about his desktop RSS reader, NetNewsWire.
Unfortunately, his reader ran on MacOS and I was running Windows.
So, I developed this app without ever having seen an RSS reader before.
I thought that by bundling a suite of services,
I'd be able to replicate Microsoft's success with desktop software.
They were popular, especially the DiscussionApps.
Traffic reached 100 million monthly pageviews in 2001.
Net magazine called Server.com one of 100 websites that changed the Net forever (Aug, 2002).
Unfortunately not many folks Googled "suite of webapps"
and I was eclipsed by more narrowly focused competitors.