Far, far more than you really wanted to know about the site and its author.
I've modified the YUI font-reset-grids library.
See Toggling Element Visibility and all will be made clear
See Vertical Dividers with YUI Grids for an explanation.
Possibly. Please see my Right and Permissions page for the grisly details.
Drop me a line via the Contact Form.
Thanks! My ThinkGeek Wish List is always open.
Yep, that's me. See my moribund SFF.net page for details.
Right here. Click open the Fiction section, on the right-side navigation stack.
Guilty. See Speculations for more.
Yes. Sorry, the Mindsack is no longer open for business, although I hope someday to re-imagine the basic concept, which was sound.
Yes! If you're a former co-worker, please drop me a line.
Nope, sorry, that's a different Kent Brewster, and I have no idea who he is, where he might be right now, or which "SMC Bookstore" we're talking about. I must confess a certain admiration for his skillz with the laydeez, however; over the years I've received at least a half-dozen hopeful hey-is-that-you? notes from different women from his past.
That would be Billy Kent Brewster, no relation.
None of the above, sorry.
No, that was my dad, Keith Brewster, who also wrote for Commodore and Tandy right about the time home computers started to take off.
Nope. That would be Dad again. (I was, um, six years old at the time.)
I like to think so, but ... sorry, I really have no idea. My great-aunt Louise spent a very long time trying to run down a connection but never came up with anything really solid. Brewster's a fairly common name in certain parts of the UK, along the lines of Smith or Cooper.
If you have questions or comments, please leave them in my Contact Me page. Thanks!