This site is created using more software packages and techniques than anyone should probably bother wasting on a personal (ie: non-income producing) website. Some of the software used: FrontPage, Dreamweaver, Photoshop CS4, Ulead COOL 3d Studio.

Please note that naebunny-dot-net is optimized for Firefox using a 1024x768 screen resolution.  800x600 users shouldn't find it too horrible, and anything over 1024 x 768 will be just fine. Internet Explorer users should switch to Firefox -- it's free, it's fast, it's safe, and best of all: it's not Microsoft. C'mon, people, what are you waiting for?

Any photos from 2005 or beyond are generally taken using a Minolta DiMage S414 4.0 megapixel digital camera. Movies are filmed with a Sony DCRTRV 350. We still use the SanDisk reader for the memory cards, and when we need a scanner, we've got our trusty MicroTek ScanMaker 4850.

We believe in giving credit where credit is due!  If you find graphics or information on this site which you believe to be the property of someone else and/or copyrighted elsewhere which is not properly attributed, please let us know immediately. With the exception of news-type photos, lack of attribute should be considered a reliable statement that the item in question is owned by and any copyright is held by yours truly. All work owned by others is reprinted with their permission, or used within their guidelines, or is believed to be in the public domain. We encourage you to support the efforts of writers, digital artists and creators across the web by insuring that YOUR site is above reproach, and helping to spread the word. To learn more about the piracy of online art and related issues, please visit The Scoop.

We're running it all on four FreeBSD servers from our basement in beautiful Beavercreek, Greene County, Ohio. Like the software used to create it, the hardware used to run it is overkill. Derwood builds all of our servers and systems, built and maintains the network and handles the execution of all spammers and trolls who cross one of our lines. 

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