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Mandarin Design, where are you?

Has anyone any update available on this site? It is one of the best I've
found for style advice and techniques. Net Solutions indicates it's up
for renewal.

http://www.mandarindesign.com/

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Amer Neely
w: www.softouch.on.ca/
b: www.softouch.on.ca/blog/
Perl | MySQL programming for all data entry forms.
"We make web sites work!"
Dec 11 '06 #1
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jim
Amer,
In doing some web sleuthing, I found out that the site was
owned/operated by Michelle Goodrich, aka, "Mandarin Meg". She worked
for the State of Calif. as a software developer.
She sounded like an avid coder and enjoyed the profession and hobby as
well. I started to email you with her email address until I found some
sad news. I ran across a memorial blog in her name, as she passed
away this last summer (June 2006).

=== Bio/Funeral Notice ===
http://www.legacy.com/SacBee/DeathNo...sonID=18281230

GOODRICH, Michelle Elizabeth
Born November 21, 1953. Entered into rest on June 25, 2006. She is
survived by her loving Rob Wooliscroft, and her daughters Karyn (Mike
Wilbur) and Lanissa (Willie Spencer). Grandmother of Nathan, Anna,
Samuel, Abby, Sara and Ryan. She was a generous and talented person who
was many things to many people. "Michelle" to her friends, "Micki" to
those who knew her longest, "Grandma Micki" to the grandbabies and
"Mandarin Meg" to bloggers worldwide. She started her career with the
State of California, and this career path led to her passion for the
web and helping thousands create their sites. She was known throughout
the world for her helpful tips and assistance on her Mandarinde
sign.com. Michelle loved to create things - whether a blog, a painting
or music. She was an avid gardener who could and would make everything
grow. There was no need to call a florist, as you could go pick in her
garden. She never turned away from a stranger and was always friendly
and helpful. She would give you all she had to give at any time. She
was truly loved and will be deeply missed. Family and friends are
invited to attend funeral services on Friday, June 30, 2006 at 3:00 PM
at River Cities Funeral Chapel, 910 Soule Street, West Sacramento, CA.
95691. There is no "Lieu of flowers", Mom just loved flowers too much.
Published in the Sacramento Bee from 6/28/2006 - 6/29/2006.

Dec 12 '06 #2
jim wrote:
Amer,
In doing some web sleuthing, I found out that the site was
owned/operated by Michelle Goodrich, aka, "Mandarin Meg". She worked
for the State of Calif. as a software developer.
She sounded like an avid coder and enjoyed the profession and hobby as
well. I started to email you with her email address until I found some
sad news. I ran across a memorial blog in her name, as she passed
away this last summer (June 2006).
And yet, some good things will last forever...

http://web.archive.org/web/200604280...com/index.html

BugBear
Dec 12 '06 #3
jim wrote:
Amer,
In doing some web sleuthing, I found out that the site was
owned/operated by Michelle Goodrich, aka, "Mandarin Meg". She worked
for the State of Calif. as a software developer.
She sounded like an avid coder and enjoyed the profession and hobby as
well. I started to email you with her email address until I found some
sad news. I ran across a memorial blog in her name, as she passed
away this last summer (June 2006).

=== Bio/Funeral Notice ===
http://www.legacy.com/SacBee/DeathNo...sonID=18281230

GOODRICH, Michelle Elizabeth
Born November 21, 1953. Entered into rest on June 25, 2006. She is
survived by her loving Rob Wooliscroft, and her daughters Karyn (Mike
Wilbur) and Lanissa (Willie Spencer). Grandmother of Nathan, Anna,
Samuel, Abby, Sara and Ryan. She was a generous and talented person who
was many things to many people. "Michelle" to her friends, "Micki" to
those who knew her longest, "Grandma Micki" to the grandbabies and
"Mandarin Meg" to bloggers worldwide. She started her career with the
State of California, and this career path led to her passion for the
web and helping thousands create their sites. She was known throughout
the world for her helpful tips and assistance on her Mandarinde
sign.com. Michelle loved to create things - whether a blog, a painting
or music. She was an avid gardener who could and would make everything
grow. There was no need to call a florist, as you could go pick in her
garden. She never turned away from a stranger and was always friendly
and helpful. She would give you all she had to give at any time. She
was truly loved and will be deeply missed. Family and friends are
invited to attend funeral services on Friday, June 30, 2006 at 3:00 PM
at River Cities Funeral Chapel, 910 Soule Street, West Sacramento, CA.
95691. There is no "Lieu of flowers", Mom just loved flowers too much.
Published in the Sacramento Bee from 6/28/2006 - 6/29/2006.
WOW. There certainly is a little less light around now. Thanks for the
update.

ps. See the next post?

--
Amer Neely
w: www.softouch.on.ca/
b: www.softouch.on.ca/blog/
Perl | MySQL programming for all data entry forms.
"We make web sites work!"
Dec 14 '06 #4
bugbear wrote:
jim wrote:
>Amer,
In doing some web sleuthing, I found out that the site was
owned/operated by Michelle Goodrich, aka, "Mandarin Meg". She worked
for the State of Calif. as a software developer.
She sounded like an avid coder and enjoyed the profession and hobby as
well. I started to email you with her email address until I found some
sad news. I ran across a memorial blog in her name, as she passed
away this last summer (June 2006).

And yet, some good things will last forever...

http://web.archive.org/web/200604280...com/index.html
BugBear
Another WOW. I had forgotten about this one. Excellent! Thank you.

--
Amer Neely
w: www.softouch.on.ca/
b: www.softouch.on.ca/blog/
Perl | MySQL programming for all data entry forms.
"We make web sites work!"
Dec 14 '06 #5

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