What to bring to the workshop

Here’s a list of items to bring to the workshop.

  • Laptop computer
    If you have a laptop computer with wireless access to the Internet, bring it. The price for this workshop assumes that you’ll be bringing your own computer. (I may have one laptop computers to spare; let me know when you register. First come-first served).
  • Domain Name registrar account information
    When you register your domain name, you’ll be creating an account with the registrar; you’ll choose a username and password. Bring that information with you to the workshop.
  • Remote email login information.
    Can you login to your email account using a web browser or otherwise check email when you’re not located at your usual place of computing? You’ll need to be able to access your email during the process of setting up your website. (If not, let me know head of time; we’ll find a way to work around it.)
  • Credit card.
    You’ll be signing up for web hosting during the workshop; they take payment by credit cards (the entire annual fee is due at once for this particular host arrangement).
  • Text, photos, illustrations
    Anything that you’ve already worked on for your site. Text might include your bio, your description of your product, your stories, your work philosophy. (You get the idea). If you have image files–photos or illustrations that you want to put on your site, bring them!

About this site

Formerly “All Things Bryce” this site is home to the professional consulting business of Susan A. Kitchens, AuntiAlias & Associates.

What is AuntiAlias, anyhow?

AuntiAlias is a pun on the word antialias. In computer graphics, anti-aliasing is the process of adding what seems to be blurry in-between pixels to smooth the image so it won't appear so "jaggy." The pun came about in the early days of Bryce, the 3D landscape software. Bryce's final rendering pass is anti-aliasing. On the software's support boards, I'd sign my posts as "Auntie Alias." I thought, "Hey, I'll make that into a screen name!" The 10-character limit resulted in this spelling you see here: auntialias.

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