Bill Michael has programmed Apple ][ since 1980, Macs since 1984, and does "big systems" work when necessary to put bread on the table and new Macs on his desk.

Bill is currently doing PowerHouse programming on a Compaq Alpha VMS box for International Paper, and running, a support site for Mac FutureBasic programmers, on the side.

His past Mac-related work includes several in-house apps for Rockwell International, including a quality charting system and an automated robotic warehouse using Macs for all human-used displays; a game "Mr. Hex in Louisiana" for the Evangeline Project; the utility package "Function Junction III", and a beginning programming CBT, "Simple GWorlds".

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