Nathan Smith has been designing websites since late last century, and enjoys hand-coding HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. At his day job, he is an information architect for EMC, a worldwide IT corporation. In his spare time, Nathan does freelance work through his side business, SonSpring, and is finishing up an M.Div degree from Asbury Theological Seminary via correspondence. In 2005, he started the Godbit Project to help churches and ministries make better use of web standards. An advocate of open source software, Nathan coauthored a book on PHP-driven content management, entitled Textpattern Solutions. Friends and family have described him as mildy amusing, but in reality he is somewhat dull.

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