halfgk.com is my personal sandbox for .NET and other forms of Web development.

Symbols of an open book (open book) link with a how-to form that explains code used for specific features. I plan on introducing more features, particularly of interest to other developers, as I can.

It's a pleasure to meet you.

latest news 

Click the image of the open book to learn how this feature was coded.
2019.08.18on family life: UPDATE: Family Update: Downward Dog
A Year On

on family life: On Kiddo's Relationships
Teen Angst? Or Something Else?

2019.08.17on texas life: Where Did Summer Go?An image of the national landmark Texas Pool. Image credit: texaspool.org
Two Weeks until September? What the what!?

on family life: Mom is SlippingImage of an elderly woman and her caretaker. Image credit: GIS
So, it begins


this week in halfgk history for 8/18 - 8/24

2018.08.18on family life: UPDATE: Family Update: Downward Dog

2017.08.24on fitness: August Stridekick Challenge UPDATE

on music: What I'm Listening To Now

2017.08.22system maintenance: The ticker on this page is now dynamically generated based on the content in latest news. Consider this the closing ceremonies of our tenth anniversary year - we turn 11 this week!

2017.08.19on fitness: August Stridekick Challenge UPDATE

2014.08.22on giving: Ma-Oretha in Liberia

on giving: Alberto in Guatemala

on giving: Diego in Guatemala

on gaming: Wolfenstein: The New Order

system maintenance: Well, we can't control everything, can we? When K2 took down the Underground, I lost the links to my space and the files. I am now hosting the files.

2014.08.21on giving: Giving through Kiva

2010.08.23on music: Best of the Hair Bands (well, the ones I could stand, anyway)

2009.08.23on gaming: What's next? WOLFENSTEIN!

2009.08.22system maintenance: Brought the original RSS Feed page up to par with the newer code, effectively restoring RSS. Also tightened up the menu rollover effects, and found two amazing new images for the contact and search features. Special thanks to Steve Keefer for permission to use his artwork!

pictured at left:  Skyscrapers in Las Colinas