* Thanks to my fiancee, for allowing me the time to work on the things
that I love without fuss. In return, I always try to put down the things I
love now and then to show her how much she means to me, and I always allow her
the time to do the things that SHE loves...because that's the way it's
supposed to be.
* Kudos to my cats for knocking things over, breaking things, ripping
things to shreds, waking me up in the middle of the night, getting underfoot,
walking across my keyboard at the most inopportune times and then accidentally
(or is it on purpose) walking over the SAVE button, and for making me to stop
to pet them now and then - to remind me to take time out to realize some things.
* Much grateful thanks to Derek H, of UF CNS, for all of his help in
getting us up and running. Derek rocks. He's always there, answers every
email, gets things done. This is a cool guy.
* Thanks to University of Fla. Listserv
for all their help and for allowing us the space on their server.
* Thanks to Danny Lloyd, author of Weather Message (aka WxMesg)
software. Danny is always there, reads every email, responds right away,
takes suggestions for improvements and implements them if he thinks they're
* The SKYWARN logo itself, of course, is trademarked by the US
Department of Commerce and is used and even modified with their permission
with the understanding that they retain right to the logo in all its forms.
* The 3-D Alachua County SKYWARN logo, 3-D Alachua County SKYWARN
banner, 3-D `piano-key' bubble buttons, 3-D image edge-bevelling by Todd L.
Sherman using Adobe Photoshop 5.0, the full capabilities of which
I'm still in the process of learning.
* Thanks also to Michael Masters of the Middle Tennessee
SKYWARN Group for allowing the permission use of their animated,
rotating SKYWARN pog, here. Very talented work. Visit their web page to see
just how good these guys are at HTML editing.
* SKYWARN icon in the MSIE Favorites and in MSIE addressbar
created using 10-day shareware trial version of IconForge,
by Cursor Arts.
* The frame breakout script (prevents others from holding your site
inside their own frames) comes from
Website Abstraction, with my grateful thanks. I hate it when other
people so "hijack" other sites like that. (It also has the added nice side
effect of preventing other sites from placing banner spam ads/logos above
your site, too - since they no longer have control of your site.) Visit the