Stuff About James S. Huggins
This is the blatant, self-promotion section of the site. It gives you some of my professional information together
with a smattering of personal information - information "about" me. If you need any information that
isn't here, please feel free to ask.
My contact information is shown both at
the right and also at the bottom of all pages. My phone rings at my desk and is covered by voice mail. My email
address is hidden from spam bots but is also easy to use
As I mentioned earlier, this page attempts to distinguish between "professional" and "personal".
Unfortunately this distinction isn't a thin, crisp black line; it is a wide, fuzzy gray one.
That said, if there is something you think should be on this page that is not, please let me know.
Resumes: All my resumes. Both my
traditional format short resume and my longer more detailed Professional and Personal History in HTML, PDF and
Plain Text formats.
Less detail than the resume, in a narrative format.
Articles: Information on, copies
of and/or links to my published articles and to articles about me (including my one and only quote in the
Wall Street Journal). It also points to a corporate Press Release about me from a prior employer.
Personal Biography: Like
the professional bio, but ... personal.
Memberships: Information about
all the organizations I belong to, including their logos, their history and purpose, and a link to their home
Awards: I like it when my website
won awards. So I set up some pages to show them off.
Books: When I speak professionally/publicly,
I enjoy quoting from some books, citing a few others and mentioning a few more. After my presentations I am
frequently asked about these books. So, I began a page to make it easier: easier for me and easier for others
too. And, having a book page let's me add a few favorite books I'd like to recommend, even though I haven't
quoted, cited or even mentioned them in a speech.
Guestbook: I resisted having a guestbook for a long time. I finally found one I could "integrate"
into my site. Feel free to record your name. Adding your name will not place you onto any distribution list
for future emails.
In addition to quoting others (see "Quotations" below), I created some of my own. My colleagues began calling these "Hugginisms".
Geek Code: Robert A. Hayden developed a "code" to permit geeks to classify themselves as to their
geekiness. This is my code.
Art: This page provides information about my personal art, It addresses both the visual art and the
literary art, on this site.
In the preparation of my presentations and articles, I collect quotations. This section presents those I
have used, as well as some favorites that haven't yet made it into my personal work.
I used to publish an irregular journal. It was called Snippets. Snippets contained information about new pages on my site and
about major revisions on my site. It contained bulletins on the issues I was tracking (like the Search
engine Disputes). It contained references to stories on the net that I found interesting. And it contained
an occasional comment or two by me. Snippets was published irregularly: usually at least once a week (but
sometimes a little less) and only very rarely more than once a day (but sometimes). This page told you
how to subscribe (and still does). All that said, Snippets is virtually dead now and has been replaced by my
blog My Ephemerae. You can "subscribe" to my blog on the blog page. If you have any questions, just let me
Personal websites need two classic pages: (a) quotations, and (b) a pet. Spot is my pet.
James S. Huggins
11150 Beamer Road #109-R2X
Houston, Texas 77089-2331
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